New savory purees developed by practicing neurosurgeon could expand children's palates with an introduction to familiar flavors and savory spices
November 3, 2021
With the launch of Bone Broth — inspired by soups and stews — Cerebelly is responding to parents' requests for more variety and are now able to offer their children Cerebelly's full portfolio of products more often for a longer period of time throughout key developmental milestones.
Happy Family Organics announces a series of commitments with Partnership for a Healthier America, joining the Veggies Early & Often campaign, inspiring healthy eating habits for little ones
April 29, 2021
Coinciding with this launch, Happy Family Organics is the largest baby food brand to date to announce it is joining Partnership for a Healthier America's (PHA) Veggies Early & Often campaign, making a series of commitments that include doubling its vegetable-forward products over the next three years.
First offerings from new frozen line featuring full servings of vegetables and whole grains
November 11, 2020
Gerber announced its entry into the frozen aisle with the launch of new frozen products from Freshful Start™, a premium, organic, simple-ingredient line of foods made with veggies and whole grains. Freshful Start™ bowls come in three varieties – Tomato Basil, Mac & Cheese and Southwest Style – and are designed for toddlers 12 months and up.
Online hub dedicated to raising awareness and educating new parents on the benefits of early introduction
May 1, 2020
FARE (Food Allergy Research & Education), a food allergy advocacy organization and a private funder of food allergy research, launched a new resource geared at raising awareness of the benefits of introducing a variety of new foods to babies and educating people on how they might be able to help reduce the risk of developing food allergies.
Activity in baby snacks, desserts and meals is firmly centered on natural and unadulterated formulations
April 22, 2020
While early stage infant nutrition is firmly focused on the developmental needs of babies, it is evident that parents’ interests shift as their children grow and that adult themes become increasingly important in post-weaning categories.