FAQs PAGE

When is my baby ready to join Little Foodie Club?

We recommend starting your baby on Little Foodie Club after initial weaning has taken place and your baby is able to keep solid food in his or her mouth and then swallow it. Most babies are ready around six months.

 

How can I tell if my baby can handle more textured foods?

Babies are typically ready for chunkier solid foods when they are approximately eight months old. To handle these more advanced foods, your baby needs to be able to sit well unassisted. The mouth skills required to accept and handle chunks well are reliant on steadiness and coordination of the body. When babies sit well, it is a sign that they have the physical ability to learn new skills with their mouths.

 

What if my child has food allergies?

Our purées are free of nuts, eggs and soy but some include gluten and dairy. With every subscription we require information on any allergies your child may have. We will accommodate special dietary needs as best as we can.

 

Do you offer vegetarian or vegan meal plans?

Our regular meal plans do contain meat and dairy in order to supply babies with much needed iron, vitamin B12, protein and calcium. However, vegetarian or vegan plans are available upon request. Just let us know!

 

Why can't I buy single pots of food?

Little Foodie Club is a journey - by signing up to our subscription your baby will be exposed to a curated meal plan that has been carefully developed to include an evolving variety of flavors, tastes, textures and ingredients that will expand his palate and impact his ability to eat healthily and try new foods for the rest of his life. We don't offer single pots because each recipe forms part of a bigger meal plan.

 

Why is your food frozen and not fresh?

We thought long and hard about this and came to the conclusion that frozen is best for a number of reasons. Here are three of them:

Quality: We flash freeze our purées immediately after cooking locking in all of the freshness, nutrients and flavor so there is no negative impact on the quality of the food whatsoever.

Safety: LA is a hot city and we don’t want to take any chances on our food being exposed to temperature abuse.

Convenience: By receiving the food frozen, we leave it up to you whether you want to feed it to your baby immediately or save it for a later day. In the freezer, our purées last up to three months.

 

What if my baby doesn’t like the food?

It is completely normal for babies to reject certain (or all) foods at first. The most important thing for you as a parent is not to give up and keep trying. Experts suggest that it takes babies up to 15 times of trying something to decide if they like it or not so keep at it! Also, try not to allow meal times to stress you out. If your baby gets the feeling that you’re tense, she or he may get more anxious and less interested in eating. Keep the tone as light as possible, and do what you can to make eating a fun part of your baby’s day.