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Lune + Wild, delivering Seasonal Baby + Children's Meals

Handmade Baby & Children's Food, Delivered.

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Save time, without compromise.

Deliciously different, handmade Baby + Children's food.

Made with only Organic, seasonal and fresh ingredients.

Delivered in recyclable packaging. Serve in moments!


Childhood favourites with a delicious + nutritious twist. Loved by little ones.

Weaning to Pre-School

Tailored to every stage

Freshly Handmade

100% Organic ingredients

Home Delivered

Ready to serve in moments

How it works

1. Pick your meals + healthy snacks
2. Choose your delivery day
3. Meals arrive frozen ready to heat & serve

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New! Finger Foods + Healthy Snacks

Nutritious, and expertly balanced with our Paediatric Dietitians. Try our new range of delicious muffins, falafels and oatie bites

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Hassle-free mealtimes

Vegetables galore, pies, pastas and more! With the season's finest Organic ingredients, we make childhood classics with a delicious twist.

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Healthy Variety

Surprise your little one with a wide variety, helping develop their curiosity + confidence with food. Starting with a broad palette is proven to help avoid later fussiness!

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Developed with Paediatric Dietitians

Expertly balanced to help your child thrive. Our recipes are science-backed. We pair the right proteins, vitamins + essential fats to support healthy growth.

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Less waste, more control

We deliver frozen so the meals last longer. You choose the portion size, so nothing goes to waste.

Our packaging is recyclable or home compostable, delivered by zero-emmission bicycle or van.

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From our customers


"Great value, delicious food delivered promptly. Love it and more importantly so does my baby!"


"With Lune + Wild I get time back to myself. With little effort you get a lot of benefit."


"Nutritious, delicious and so convenient. I love the variety and my daughter has always enjoyed the flavours and textures"

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What are your delivery days? Tuesdays + Thursdays. Order by midday the day before.

Where do you deliver to? All of mainland UK.

Do I need to be home? No, the meals will be left in a safe place or with a neighbour.

Are the meals frozen? Yes! They arrive in insulated biodegradable packaging.

How do I prepare the meals? Heat in the microwave or a pan.

If I subscribe, how do I cancel? Log in and manage your subscription anytime. There are no ties. You are in control.

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No time to cook?

No fuss. No mess. Healthy meals ready in minutes.

What's on the menu?

A parent's checklist is long enough. We'll take mealtime off your plate with our diverse range of 40 nutrient-rich meals, fabulous finger foods, and mega breakfast bowls for every stage.

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Select the bundle that best suits your little one's preferences and stage of development

we create

Once you've selected your bundle, our chefs will prep your meals and build your box.

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Yay - your box of fresh frozen meals is delivered! Change or pause your subscription at any time.

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It's never been about the food alone.

When you join the Mamamade community, we provide a judgement-free zone filled with helpful resources. Access information from top nutritionists, parenting experts, wellbeing professionals and your very own weaning coach.

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Supporting your child's development at every stage with customised nutritional advice from leading experts.


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Loved by parents

I’m obsessed. I’ve had a few boxes from Mamamade now and have never had a single fault with any. We’re so busy sometimes that the chore of cooking dinner is too much, so I grab a mamamade meaI and don’t have the guilt of it being a ready meal - because it’s all healthy! These meals have saved my sanity on many occasions.

Shannon on Trustpilot

Delicious, convenient and eco-friendly. Our daughter has loved the Mamamade boxes of late, especially the pasta meals. We love how convenient these meals are, and easily microwavable from frozen. I particularly love the sustainable/recyclable packaging. Would love to see more options coming out in the near future!

Dave on Trustpilot

Time saver, flavoursome, tastes fresh, healthy, reasonably priced and a flexible subscription - what’s not to love! I started my son’s weaning journey with Mamamade and we are loving it - it’s really encouraging his taste buds and ability to chew. I find the pots particularly good when I’m out and about with him.

Nikki T on Trustpilot

Life changer for a busy mum of 4! I have to say I’m so pleased with my order from Mamamade. I have 4 children and so time isn’t something I have in abundance, this makes life so much easier as I always have something tasty and nutritious I can grab from the freezer and quickly heat up for the baby on days when I’m running to and from school/clubs/play dates. So pleased I came across you guys!

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asked questions

Yes! Since the earliest days of Mamamade, we've worked so hard to offer families a wide range of meals that would suit the full spectrum of preferences and dietary requirements.

Today, our meals are made in a dedicated facility that is completely free from milk, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, fish, shellfish, and soya.

Please be aware that we have introduced gluten into a select number of our toddler meals to offer parents more choice. Our kitchen currently handles a spice mix that contains mustard - this spice mix is only used in our Veggie Millet Bites. We also use celery in some of our meals. Although our chefs take great care when preparing all of our meals, we don't have separate areas in our kitchen, so there is still a small risk of cross-contamination with these allergens.

You can find more information on our gluten inclusion here.

We are updating all Mamamade packaging to reflect the above, however, if you have a meal with old packaging, please rest assured that our meals have always been produced in a facility that is free from the allergens listed above.

Our meals stay fresh in your freezer for up to 4 months. By flash-freezing all meals, we're able to keep your food fresh, safe and nutrient-dense.

Once cooked, they can be refrigerated and heated again once in 24 hours.

We know every baby is ready for different textures at different times, so these are simply guidelines - to make it easier for you to decide what's right for your child.

All of our meals are suitable from 6 months, and offering your baby a later stage meal is not unsafe for them if your child doesn't struggle with the texture.

Stage 1: Smooth single and multi-ingredient purees. These are great for little ones just getting started with solids (4+ months)

Stage 2: Textured mixes designed to be pureed, mashed or left whole (6+ months)

Stage 3: Chunkier, more complex mixes designed to be pureed, mashed or left whole (7+ months)

Finger Foods: Nutrient-dense bites and sticks (7+ months) 

With our 40 flavours using 80+ ingredients, we encourage you to work your way through our entire menu!

You'll be able to pick new bundles each time via Your Account section.

All changes must be made before 48 hours ahead of your delivery day. After this time your order is already in process and cannot be changed. 

You can also build a custom box - just navigate to 'build a box' under 'SHOP'

Yes, of course! You can skip any delivery, or pause or cancel your plan at any time by logging into Your Account.

Our meals are delivered in temperature-controlled boxes. We use liners made of denim offcuts and keep everything frozen with dry ice.  Our insulation is designed to keep your food frozen for up to 30 hours in transit, so don't worry if you're not at home to receive your box.

Once it arrives, you can return, compost or recycle all of our materials — all of our packaging is widely accepted by councils across the country.

We use dry ice, which evaporates en route - so don't be concerned if the pouches seem empty!

Babies aren't going to like everything you give them, and that's totally normal (and totally frustrating!). In fact, it can take up to 20 tries of something before a baby learns a new taste. Mamamade has the most variety of any baby food delivery service, and our chefs are constantly working to release more. So whilst we encourage repeated exposure and a bit of patience, if there's something your baby truly doesn't like, we can change it up whilst keeping things interesting for both of you! For more tips on introducing new flavours, be sure to check out our blog

We currently deliver across mainland UK - although unfortunately there are some postcodes in Scotland that we aren't quite able to reach (we're working on it!). Have a look at our shipping policy for the full list of excluded postcodes.

Baby Puree TN VED codes 2022: 1602100010, 2007, 2008999900

🔥 Suppliers of baby puree


Examples of companies producing products

  1. Hans Zipperle A.G.
  2. Fructa Costa Rica.
  3. ZUEGG Limited Liability Company RUSSIA
  4. Tomates del Guadiana, S. Coop.
  5. Tymbark - MWS Sp.z.o.o , S.P.K.

💁 Logistics companies and customs brokers

You can call or send a request for the calculation of your cargo (baby puree) to the following companies:

Company "ProfiVED": Customs clearance, Outsourcing of foreign economic activity, Logistics, Certification of goods
Consulting: Uliana Ustinova, foreign trade specialist, over 7 years of experience Consultation in the office in Moscow: Ryazanskiy prospekt, 8A, building 14, BC Ryazanskiy
email: [email protected]
tel: +7 (495) 926-79-66

Grishina Olga

Import Bureau: https://buroimporta. ru
email: [email protected]
tel: +7 (495) 419-26-52


Import to Russia:
email: [email protected]
tel: +7 (499) 702-62-33

If you are a broker yourself or you have good logistics prices. Send your conditions, reviews, recommendations and we will add you: [email protected]

🇬🇧Baby Puree export

You can read an article or order a consultation on the export of your product through the largest company that allows you to find buyers for your products - buyer's catalog ExportV - baby puree buyers

    Examples of conformity of goods to the code of the commodity nomenclature of foreign economic activity (2022)

    Product name on declaration TN VED code
    Peach puree. Not suitable for baby food 2007
    banana puree, organic product (article 20649) Aseptic filling products, raw materials for the production of baby food. 2008999900
    Peach puree. Not intended for baby food 2007
    Raw material for the production of baby food: concentrated apple puree 30%, packed in aseptic metallized bags, net weight from 3.0 kilograms to 300.0 kilograms, 2007999701
    Fruit puree with sugar for industrial processing: "Pear", with a mass fraction of sugar 1.5%, intended for the production of dairy products, including baby food, in sealed containers 2008405900
    Peach, apricot, pear, mango puree. Not intended for baby food 2007
    Fruit puree (mousse) with different flavors: banana, strawberry, apple, raspberry, carrot, wild strawberry, peach, cherry, pear, apple-carrot-banana, banana-apple, apple-banana-strawberry-carrot. Not suitable for baby food 2007
    Fruit puree (mousse) with different flavors: banana, strawberry, apple, raspberry, carrot, wild strawberry, peach, cherry, pear, apple-carrot-banana, banana-apple, apple-banana-strawberry-carrot. Not suitable for baby food 2007
    Peach, apricot, pear, mango puree. Not suitable for baby food 2007
    Apricot puree concentrated with dry matter content from 30 to 32%, harvest 2013, not for baby food, packed in aseptic bags, in metal barrels (metal drums) with a net weight of up to 260 2007995002
    Vegetable-based puree "Children's" and "Home" frozen in assortment: pumpkin, pumpkin with boyarka, pumpkin-cowberry, pumpkin with viburnum, pumpkin-cranberry, pumpkin with carrots, pumpkin-sea buckthorn, pumpkin 0811
    Fruit puree: apple and apple, apple and peach, apple and strawberry, not intended for baby food 2007
    Assorted fruit puree: mango puree (unsweetened), pineapple puree with chunks and juice, not for baby food 2007999300
    Puree: pumpkin with sugar, pumpkin and apple with sugar sterilized (not for baby food) 2005999000
    Squash puree for baby food 2005100010
    Sterilized ketchups based on tomato products: "Tomato", "Gourmet", "Sweet", "Spicy", "Children's", "Garlic" of the highest category without the addition of fruit and vegetable purees with a mass fraction of soluble solids not 2103200000
    Apple puree, not for baby food, packed in glass jars weighing from 50 to 1000 grams 2007995001
    Apple-peach, apple-banana, apple-pear, apple-prune, apple, apple, strawberry, blackcurrant puree, not for baby food, packed in cardboard, plastic, combined packages, 2007109990
    Technological equipment for the food industry: technological lines for fruit processing for the production of purees, direct-pressed juices for baby food 8438600000
    Apple, pear, apricot, peach, plum, cherry, strawberry puree. Not suitable for baby food 2007
    Fruit puree: apple puree, plum puree, not for baby food 2007
    Raw material for the production of baby food: apple puree 11%, packed in aseptic metallized bags, net weight from 3.0 kilograms to 300.0 kilograms, 2007999701
    baby food for young children, vegetable-based puree with fish "Hipp": "Fish and potatoes", "Fish with vegetables" in glass. ban. net weight 125g, for children over eight months old 2104200010
    Children's plastic tableware, including in sets: "Baby puree and food" set (polypropylene) 3924100000

    Food: why go to the jar? |


    Should you feed your child industrial baby food or cook it yourself? When is it necessary to start accustoming a child to adult food and how to do it? These questions are of concern to many young mothers, not only when the time for the first feeding comes up, but also later, when the babies get older. We will try to understand some of the nuances of choosing industrial baby food and cooking food for babies at home.

    The first question mothers face when they need their first complementary foods is whether to buy cereals and mashed potatoes in the store or cook them on their own. Of course, the main thing at the same time is the benefits of products for the baby. Manufacturers claim that commercially prepared, vitamin-enriched meals are better than home-cooked foods, and many pediatricians support them in this. But in the minds of most parents there is a stereotype: a jar is preservatives and a lot of different not very useful additives. Indeed, it is difficult to imagine how useful mashed potatoes can be, which is stored for two years, and even at a temperature of 25 degrees.

    In fact, the long shelf life of baby food is ensured by sterilization and packaging features. With proper storage, they can be used without fear, but it’s often impossible to find out how and where the jars were stored before they hit the counter. Moreover, some unscrupulous sellers interrupt expiration dates in order to sell expired goods - such mashed potatoes or porridge will definitely not bring any benefit to the baby. It remains to hope for the decency of the seller or cook it yourself, so as not to expose the baby to unnecessary risk.

    “Industrial nutrition for young children makes life very easy for moms. Firstly, instant porridges, they only need to be diluted, and secondly, they are well homogenized and designed specifically for a small age. But from ten months, of course, it is advisable to include porridge in the traditional version in the child’s diet in order to teach the baby to chew food, stimulate chewing, ”explains Tatiana Tabak, head of the department of gastroenterology of the Chelyabinsk children's hospital No. 9.

    However, no one forbids mothers to cook cereals for a young baby on their own, especially since today there are so many helpers in the form of double boilers, blenders and other equipment in the home kitchen. The main condition is to observe the dosages to obtain porridge of the required consistency and rinse the cereal before sending it to the pan. Up to a year, it is better to offer the baby low-allergenic cereals - rice, buckwheat, corn.

    But vegetable and fruit purees are preferable to store-bought ones, especially in winter and early spring, doctors say. “By using commercially produced purees to feed children, we can give the child a wide range of vegetables and fruits, especially at a time of the year when their supply is very scarce. You can offer the baby and parsnips, and green beans, and green peas. The only thing is that you need to choose these jars correctly, - warns Tatyana Alekseevna. – Industrial purees are prepared with different degrees of grinding for each age. Homogenized purees are designed for the age of four months, at six months the baby can already be offered pureed puree, and from ten months - chopped with small pieces of vegetables and fruits. In jars, which are recommended from ten months, there are already good pieces, which again teach the child to chew. Unfortunately, a mother often takes a jar, looks at the composition of the products, and if it is indicated that it is recommended for children from five months, she buys it for her older child. It is not right. Children need to take food that is appropriate for their age.”

    “When we started complementary foods, I was in favor of jars. I have seen enough advertisements, beautiful pictures in fashionable children's magazines, - says mother one and a half year old Ilyusha Anna . - For a couple of weeks, I honestly tried to cram canned cauliflower, pumpkin, potatoes into my child. Writhed, spat out. I had already decided that my son did not like vegetables. But then I decided to buy the same products, only natural ones. And you know, gobbles up both cheeks! I buy frozen cauliflower, broccoli, spinach, beans. I froze pumpkin, zucchini. There are always potatoes, carrots, and buying them in winter is not a problem. He eats this with pleasure. And diversifying the menu, having different ingredients, is very easy. For lunch, for example, zucchini, broccoli and spinach with meat, and for an afternoon snack, pumpkin and apple. I cook all the vegetables in a double boiler, it turns out delicious.

    If you wish, it is really easy to prepare a vegetable dinner for your baby. To do this, you need to choose beautiful fruits without spots and cracks and rinse thoroughly under running water without soap. It is better to cook them for a couple, since when cooking, many useful substances pass into water, or bake. In this case, the loss of vitamins will be minimal. It is also possible to use frozen products: all useful substances are perfectly preserved in them. The finished vegetable must be chopped with a blender or rubbed through a sieve. You should not chop the vegetables that you give your child for the first time with a fork or a crush: the child’s body, most likely, will not be able to digest such mashed potatoes. Nothing is usually added to the first purees, especially sugar and salt, but in some cases it is possible to bring the puree to the desired consistency with breast milk or formula. Later, you can add a little vegetable oil.

    Babies up to a year old can be introduced into the diet of zucchini, broccoli, cauliflower, kohlrabi, green beans, pumpkin, potatoes, carrots. Closer to the year - corn and peas. It must also be remembered that mashed potatoes, beloved in our country, are a rather heavy dish, so it is advisable to mix potatoes with other vegetables. And one more thing: it is not recommended to warm up homemade purees, it is better for the baby to receive them freshly prepared.

    As for fruits, they start with apples and pears. They can be given fresh - first scraped, then cut into pieces, added to porridge. In the form of mashed potatoes and baked fruits, any kid will also like it. Compotes are very useful, but it is better to postpone acquaintance with freshly squeezed juice for up to a year and a half and give it only in a diluted form.

    Another question that worries many parents is at what age should a child be transferred to regular food? “I'm already exhausted. Everything I cook in the steamer goes into the bucket! One and a half years and a full mouth of teeth - and eats only canned food. I tried to give food in pieces, and crushed in a blender, and just from my plate - my mouth was locked and hysterical. How much longer can you hold on the banks? - asks young mother Olga Li .

    “Introduce ordinary food, but well pureed, preferably from a year old. Up to two years, only chopped food is recommended, Tatyana Tabak advises. - You can’t give a child meat in pieces - he simply won’t chew it. For this age, minced meat is used with three passes through a fine grate of a meat grinder. Soups are only pureed. From two years old, you can already have soups with small vegetables, salads from raw vegetables, beef tongue, cut into small strips. And acquaintance with minced meat and goulash is better to postpone until three years. Until the same age, it is not advisable for children to give fresh pastries, it is better to replace them with dry cookies, and up to a year - with children's cookies.

    As for milk and dairy products, which are so necessary for a baby, up to three years of age, doctors recommend using milk mixtures rather than whole milk, at least for city dwellers. For children under six months, the first formula is produced, with a low protein content, safe for the kidneys and liver of a small child, in the second and third formulas its content is higher. Why is it undesirable to use whole milk? In the milk in the package, we only know the content of fats, proteins and carbohydrates, and what other vitamins are in it, what the cow ate, where she lived - it is not clear, therefore there is a risk. Children's milk is filtered for proteins, fats, carbohydrates, 15 vitamins and several microelements are also introduced there - this is fortified milk, which is more useful only fresh milk. However, the townspeople do not have the opportunity to drink it, only pasteurized is available here, in which there are practically no vitamins left.

    Cooking or buying canned food? Should I give my baby formula or whole milk? Transfer a child to an adult table from a year or from two years? Definitive answers to these questions will never be found.

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