We cook food for ourselves to ensure it’s fresh and nutritious, so why not do the same for your baby, while reducing waste at the same time?
According to studies, by the time a baby turns one year old, he or she will have eaten around 600 jars of baby food. With four million babies being born in the United States every year, that’s well over 2 billion baby food jars.
Since baby food is sold in durable, reusable glass jars, packaging and transporting it is expensive. In reality, most of those jars are tossed in the trash instead of being reused or even recycled.
With the Beaba Babycook Baby Food Maker, it’s easy to prepare homemade meals for the little ones using fresh fruits, vegetables meat and fish. This compact countertop appliance contains a steamer, blender, warmer and defroster in one, and it’s constructed from materials free of potentially harmful chemicals.
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