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Has your tot reached the magical milestone of starting solids? Non-toxic Expert, Aida Garcia-Toldedo shares her insights on how to avoid potentially toxic chemicals lurking in your family’s kitchen and baby’s feeding products.

When feeding their little ones, many parents understand the importance of choosing organic baby food to avoid exposure to pesticides and added hormones, but many might not realize that the tools used to cook and serve a child’s food can also be a source of harmful chemicals.

Many parents limit themselves to lower quality plastic dishware for children, not realizing that there are many safe, non-toxic and stylish alternatives that are widely available to serve food in.

In this article, we’ll go over:

  • Baby & toddler feeding: toxic chemicals & materials to avoid
  • Safer baby & toddler feeding product materials
  • Cooking tools: what to avoid
  • Safer cookware options
  • Our non-toxic baby & toddler feeding product picks

Scroll down to learn more.


Just because something says ‘BPA-Free’ does not mean that it doesn’t contain a whole slew other other potentially harmful chemicals.

At The Tot, we never use or recommend anything that hasn’t passed the Tot Safety Test. This means I’ve reviewed third-party testing, certifications, ingredients and the composition of every product on the site and deemed it safe.

When it comes to food storage containers, drink bottles, dinnerware, utensils and cookware, it’s EXTRA important to consider what something is made of because the materials are coming in direct contact with food and liquid.

Generally speaking, for hot or acidic meals, you should avoid plastic or melamine plates, as the heat (from the baby food itself, as well as from reheating or even from the dishwasher) can cause the plastic to leach chemicals like phthalates, BPA, and other endocrine disrupting chemicals.

Here’s a list of chemicals we avoid in baby feeding products and why:


PVC, also known as polyvinyl chloride, or vinyl, is an incredibly toxic chemical that is harmful to our bodies and to the environment right from the production phase through to disposal. It contains additives like phthalates, lead, cadmium, organotin that are quite toxic and have been linked to asthma, allergies, reproductive problems and cancer.


Harmful phthalates

Many phthalates are known endocrine disruptors associated with asthma, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, breast cancer, obesity, type II diabetes, neurodevelopmental issues, behavioral issues, autism spectrum disorders, altered reproductive development and male fertility issues.


BPA + BPS (bisphenols)

Bisphenols mimic the hormone estrogen and have been linked to prostate cancer, breast cancer, female infertility, and obesity. BPA is an especially dangerous endocrine disruptor since even small amounts of this chemical have been shown to cause serious reproductive damage, especially when the exposure occurs in utero.


Lead and other heavy metals

Exposure to heavy metals can cause nerve damage, learning and behavioral problems, reproductive damage and irreversible brain damage.


PFAS chemicals

PFAS (poly-fluoroalkyl substances) are a large family of different chemicals that have been shown to cause developmental and other adverse effects in laboratory animals.

Click here to view the full list of ingredients we avoid.




Great alternatives to plastic for baby plates, spoons, sippy cups and storage include:

  • Food-grade silicone (dishwasher safe)

  • Wood (with a non-toxic finish)

  • Eco-friendly bamboo

  • Stainless steel (dishwasher safe)

  • Glass (dishwasher safe; for little kids consider a silicon sleeve to protect glass)

  • Bamboo fiber with food-grade melamine (not to be confused with the other plastic melamine option.)




Non-stick cookware is a staple in the majority of kitchens across the world today. While the convenience of non-stick is clear, the technology behind it is not so clear.

Non-stick teflon pans: Up until recently, the go-to chemical used to make non-stick pans was the ‘Teflon chemical’ (Perfluorooctanoic acid or PFOA for short). This chemical is so toxic that the company that makes it agreed to phase it out of its products. It is a carcinogen (causes cancer), and prenatal exposure to perfluorinated chemicals may affect the immune system in early childhood.

If you have older non-stick pans at home they probably contain PFOA. Stop using these pans to cook or reheat your children’s meals. If you have to use them, make sure you use medium to low heat, since the higher heat temperatures are what cause the chemical to be released into the air and food. Also, make sure the pan has no scratches.  Once it is scratched you should throw the pan away immediately.

New non-stick technology: There are various new chemicals and technologies being used in newer non-stick pans. Because these technologies are so new, proper long-term studies are needed to confirm if they are, indeed, completely safe. When cooking for a younger child, it is a good idea to err on the side of caution and avoid anything that has not been proven to be completely safe.


Due to its physical resemblance to stainless steel, aluminum is often mistaken for a safer cooking material. Unfortunately, pans made of aluminum can release heavy metals into food- aluminum is considered a neurotoxin (high exposures to it has been linked to Alzheimers).  Acidic foods, such as tomato sauce, high heat and wear and tear cause more aluminum to leach from this cookware into the food.

Although the amount of aluminum that a pan would give off is actually very low, as always with young children I prefer to err on the side of caution and when possible simply choose a safer option.


Lucky for parents everywhere, there are many tried and tested pots and pans that will not leach chemicals into your family’s food:

  • Cast iron: When properly seasoned, cast iron is virtually non-stick. An added bonus is that cast iron pans add iron to the food you are cooking and can last decades, making them a great investment.

  • Stainless steel: Widely available, stainless steel is another great option for cooking that will not leach any chemicals into your tot’s meals.  Many stainless steel pan users complain about their food sticking to their pans. However, although it does take a bit of practice, there are easy ways to avoid having your food stick when cooking such as ensuring you are cooking on a high heat to seal the food so it doesn’t stick and ensuring the pan is properly oiled and seasoned just before adding the food. An extra bonus is that stainless steel is dishwasher safe!


Babies are far more susceptible than adults to the dangerous effects of toxins and chemicals. Because they spend so much time exploring their new environment, babies spend a lot of time crawling on the floor and putting all sorts of things in their mouths. As they a result, they will naturally absorb and ingest whatever is around them.

By switching to safer baby products, from clothes and toys to meal time, personal care and cleaning products, you will lessen their exposure some potentially dangerous chemicals that can have serious long-term health effects.




All Tot Safety Test Approved, the below products are all free of:

  • Harmful phthalates
  • BPA + BPA
  • PVC
  • Added formaldehyde
  • Heavy metals

Scroll down to see my favorite non-toxic baby & toddler mealtime picks.



The Tot Feeding Sets: Baby-led Weaning (6m +)








The Tot Feeding Sets: Starting Solids Stage 1 & 2 (6 – 9m)







The Tot Feeding Sets: Stage 3 Solids Self Feeding (9 – 12m)








The Tot Feeding Sets: On-The-Go (1 year +)








The Tot Feeding Sets: Mastering Mealtimes (18m +)








Mushie Silicone Baby Bib


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EZPZ Silicone Tiny Spoon Set



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January Moon Bamboo & Silicone Fork & Spoon Set



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EZPZ Silicone Happy Mat



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Avanchy Le Petite Baby Set



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Avanchy Bamboo Classic Plate


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Avanchy Bamboo Stay Put Suction Toddler Plate & Spoon

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Avanchy Stainless Steel Toddler Plate



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Austin Baby Collection Silicone Bento Box Set – Camper



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EKOBO Bamboo Fiber Bambino Baby Feeding Set



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EKOBO Bamboo Fiber Bambino Dinner Set – Coral







EKOBO Bamboo Fiber Bambino Dinner Set – Royal Blue







PlanetBox Stainless Steel Rover Lunchbox


$55. 95




Zip Top Silicone Snack Containers







Thinkbaby Sippy of Steel






  • We know that choosing safe and non-toxic baby products can be confusing and overwhelming. There are so many issues to consider – BPA-free, lead-free, toxic dyes, flame retardants, organic cotton vs. regular cotton, so our Tot Expert & Green Living Consultant, Aida Garcia-Toledo has answered some of your pressing questions about choosing safer products for your family in The Tot Q&A on the best non-toxic baby products.

Best Natural Baby Feeding Products: Non-Toxic and Safe

We all know there’s A LOT that our little ones need than what meets the eye.

One of the things that we need to consider as parents are safe and non-toxic feeding products for our kids for feeding time.

The right baby item is not only best for your little one but also a GREAT investment for you and the environment!

Let’s get to the best baby feeding products!

The Best Natural Baby Feeding Gear

Best Baby Spoons and Utensils

1) Avanchy Baby Feeding Spoons

This product offers a bamboo handle and a smooth silicone spoon that’s super soft and smooth on your little one’s gums.

Plus, it’s eco-friendly!

The silicon part is lead and BPA-free, meaning no biologically harmful chemical materials

2) Munchkin White Hot Infant Safety Spoons

We love how the colorful parts of the baby spoons guide parents by turning white if the food is too hot for your children. Hence, the name of the baby spoon.

The shape of the spoon was made to be great for little mouths. Plus, the soft tips are gentle on teething toddler gums.

These utensils are BPA-free and phthalate-free. And, they’re dishwasher safe, too, making this more of a breeze for parents to handle.

3) BEABA First Stage Baby Utensil Set

You’d definitely want to add these to your baby gear since they’re gentle on the baby’s gums and teeth and have no rough metal edges.

They’re also lead-free, phthalate-free, and BPA-free. Plus, they’re plastic-free and dishwasher-safe too.

4) Bambu Baby Feeding Spoons

If you’re one of those people that opt for natural and earth-friendly materials, go for the Bambu Baby’s feeding spoons.

With fine bamboo finished with organic flaxseed oil, these baby spoons are free of any dyes or harmful chemicals.

5) OXO Tot Training Fork and Spoon Set

A set that helps train your child to use both a spoon and fork teaches more, and it’s always great along the way!

It’s hard not to love this set. It has soft, non-slip handles that are easy for tiny hands to hold. The fork isn’t sharp, but it’s still effective!

They’re BPA-free, phthalate-free, and PVC-free. Plus, they’re dishwasher safe.

Best Baby Bowls and Plates

1) Avanchy Spill Proof Stay Put Suction Bowl

The bowl is made of environment-friendly, biodegradable bamboo. Its bottom is made from BPA-free silicone, and it’s a suction base that easily attaches to any flat surface.

Note that it isn’t dishwasher friendly, though.

2) WeeSprout Silicone Divided Plates

These handy plates are microwave-, dishwasher-, oven-, and freezer-safe.

They’re made of 100% silicone that’s free of BPA. They’re perfect for the different foods you’ll start introducing to your baby.

3) Bobo&Boo Bamboo Bowls

This colorful bowl is made from sustainable bamboo.

These adorable dishes are free from any BPA, PVC,  phthalates, and lead. We also love that they’re shatterproof, dishwasher-friendly, and super durable!

4) ezpz Mini Mat

This one-piece plate-placemat combo has suction that sticks to any flat surface.

We love that it’s made from 100% food-grade silicone. It’s also free of any BPA, BPS, PVC, lead, and phthalate. Plus, it’s dishwasher-friendly!

5) Munchkin Multi Bowl

It might be on your list to stock up on safe, plastic baby bowls.

This bowl makes it easy for your child to transition to spoon-feeding with bigger bowls, to when they can help themselves.

These plastic bowls are free of BPA and are dishwasher safe. We always love that for baby dishes.

Baby Food Storage Containers

For a full list, you can check out our Non-Toxic Baby Food Containers buying guide.

1) Zip Top Silicone Snack Containers

This is definitely your pick if you’re looking for something cute and completely free of BPA, lead, PVC, latex, and phthalate.

These cute containers are not only free of chemicals, but also friendly for freezers, microwaves, and dishwashers. It’s all we want and more.

2) Squeasy Snacker Reusable Baby Food Pouch

This reusable pouch is non-toxic and free from any harmful chemicals.

While the container itself is made from easy-use silicone, its cap is made from safe, food-grade materials.

3) Wean Green Glass Baby Storage Containers

You can never go wrong with these secure glass containers.

They’re leak-proof and non-toxic, so you can put just about any puree or food inside them. They’re totally easy to fit in your diaper bag!

Organic Baby Bottles

We have a full review on the best organic baby bottles, but here’s a quick list of the types of bottles you should consider:

Glass Bottles

Premium-grade borosilicate glass is IDEAL when it comes to glass bottles. They’re shock-resistant, non-toxic, and easy to clean.

We recommend glass bottles as the best option for your baby!

Stainless Steel Bottles

After glass bottles, our second recommendation would be stainless steel.

These are completely plastic-free and usually have a safe, silicone nipple.

These bottles are sustainable and can be a great alternative if glass bottles are too heavy for your baby!

Silicone Bottles

Lastly, one of our absolute favorite baby essentials is non-plastic bottles for babies made from 100% food-grade silicone.

They’re lightweight, easy to use, and won’t be damaged if it falls from your baby’s hands!

These bottles are easier to grip for your baby, too, so that’s a plus.

Washing Baby Bottles

NOTE: The best way to wash a baby bottle is to use 100% non-toxic dishwashing cleanser.

This is to make sure they’re squeaky clean without any harsh chemicals harming your bottles and babies!


These two bibs are free of any harmful toxins, and they’re absolutely adorable.

They keep anything from ruining your little one’s clothes.

1) Simka Rose Bib
2) Mushie Baby Bib

You can also go through our Guide on How Many Bibs Babies Need to help you decide how many you’ll need to stock up on.

Why Choose Eco-Friendly Baby Products for Your Children?

The reason why we love eco-friendly products for children is that they’re usually free of harmful chemicals and are great for kids and the environment.

You’ll be doing your darling angels a favor, and the Earth too!

Are Wooden Spoons Safe for Babies?

Yes, they are completely safe and non-toxic.

There are loads of different wooden materials out there that are durable and extremely safe for children.

Some of these include bamboo, maple, beechwood, and other nice hardwoods.

Are Plastic Spoons Safe for Toddlers?

They are generally not safe for your baby because they can break easily in their mouth and cause injury.

Some plastic spoons could also have BPA, which is a BIG concern, especially if your baby will be putting these spoons in their mouth.

MOMMY TIP: Best to always pack an extra spoon or two for your little dear just in case you’re on the go.

Can Babies Chew on Spoons?

Little toddlers normally start teething at around 6 months old.

This means they start preparing their gums for their teeth to spurt out and chew on anything and everything, including tools and utensils.

Since plastic may break easily, we’ve listed these awesome and cute products that you can opt for instead.

Are Silicone Plates Safe for Little Kids?

The FDA has approved food-grade silicone as safe for babies, which means it will not react with other materials or release hazardous compounds when heated.

Silicone plates are safe for little children!

What Is the Safest Dinnerware to Use?

Mealtime with little children isn’t just a meal, but a challenge where you need some tools and tricks up your sleeve.

With that being said, the safest dinnerware when eating with little ones would be wood or silicone since they don’t break easily and are free of any harmful toxins.

Is Stainless Steel Safe for Toddlers?

Stainless steel might be too hard for your baby’s gums.

They’re safe to use for sure, especially for baby bottles. However, your baby might experience some sensitivity when using stainless steel utensils.

We recommend going for a more gum-friendlier alternative like wooden ones.

Is Porcelain Dinnerware Non-Toxic?

Dinnerware made from ceramic, porcelain, or china can contain a lead or cadmium glaze.

This means that you and your kids are at risk of those toxins.

Always be sure to check with your manufacturer before purchasing any dinnerware!

Frequently Asked Questions About Baby Feeding

When Can I Introduce Baby Spoons?

You can introduce your little kiddos to baby spoons at around the 6-month mark, which is when baby feeding normally transitions to solid food intake.

How Do I Spoon Feed My Baby?

Spoon-feeding your baby is quite simple:

  1. Sit your baby up on your lap, or better yet, sit them down securely on a baby chair. Make sure your baby’s upper back and neck have adequate support.
  2. Bring the spoon to the tip of your baby’s mouth so that the food touches your baby’s lips. Your baby should naturally eat whatever is on the spoon.
  3. Gently pull the spoon away from your baby’s mouth once they take a spoonful of the food.
  4. Repeat!

Before you do this, it’s important to make sure your baby is in the right mood for feeding time.

If they’re acting fussy, try to calm them down before feeding them. Trust us, you do NOT want to feed a baby in a bad mood (messes everywhere — yikes!)

On another note, do NOT pour the food into your baby’s mouth. This way, they learn how to open their mouths for the spoon themselves.

When Should Babies Spoon Feed Themselves?

Little toddlers can start to use a spoon by themselves at around 10 to 12 months old.

They’ll get better at using tools like spoons and forks with practice, so don’t shy away from letting them hold their own utensils!

Questions About Baby Food

How Do I Handle Expired Baby Food?

The general rule of thumb is that if your baby’s food is expired, you AND your baby should not consume it.

Always check the dates of the products you get and plan and portion your food.

We wrote more about this in our Guide on Expired Baby Food.

What Foods Cause Diaper Rashes?

This will depend on your baby’s sensitivity or allergic reactions when transitioning to solid foods.

Although, some of the following have been known to cause diaper rash:

  • Tomatoes
  • Strawberries
  • Pineapple
  • Citrus Fruits
  • Carrots

For more information on this, you can check out our guide on Diaper Rashes in Toddlers and Food.

Is Maple Syrup Safe for Babies?

The quick answer is NO. Maple syrup is not safe for your baby at such a young age.

It should only be introduced when they are used to solid food. But even so, pediatricians do not recommend it.

Questions About Organic Baby Formula

Is Goat Milk Formula Safe?

Going for nutritious milk formulas as alternatives is your best bet if you can’t breastfeed your child.

With that, goat milk baby formulas are a great alternative if your baby has an intolerance to cow’s milk.

Not only is it safe for your little angels, but it’s also packed with essential nutrients!

What Baby Formula Is Good for Sensitive Tummies?

Gerber has been around since the 1920s.  They are a well-known brand that produces a variety of baby formulas and baby food.

There are two choices of formulas that your little kiddies with sensitive tummies can have: Gerber Gentle and Gerber Soothe.


Whatever product you choose for your little dears, baby feeding gear that’s great for both your baby and the environment.

We appreciate parents who put not only the best interest of their baby first, but also how they impact the environment.


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Benefits of organic baby food - Articles about baby food from pediatricians and MAMAKO experts

Components of food products are building blocks for all organs and tissues of the human body, so the state of health is determined by the quality, digestibility, biological and energy value of food. It creates the prerequisites for the proper development of the body and its functioning in the future.

Specialists, scientists, physicians associate the increase in the incidence of children over the past century with changes in diet. From the first years of life, a child's body is extremely susceptible to various undesirable and harmful components, such as toxins, allergens, which are often food additives of chemical origin. nine0003

The popularity of natural and organic products has exploded in the last decade as more consumers recognize their health benefits. The supply is formed by demand, therefore, food products appear on the market every year, which are characterized by a high degree of safety, attractive consumer properties, the presence of well-digestible proteins and micronutrients, minerals and vitamins that are important for the formation of a healthy body.

It is a balanced and healthy diet based on optimally selected food products that will provide children with full development, good physical shape and mood, and the formation of rational eating habits.

Baby food is generally characterized by high nutritional value and good taste, safety, balanced composition. But the variety of terms on the label, such as "natural", "ecological", "farm", "organic", indicating the beneficial properties of the content, often confuse consumers, and in some cases are contradictory and misleading. nine0003

What is the difference between these definitions, what do they mean, what are the characteristics of food products? What are the benefits of additional quality criteria, such as being labeled "organic"?

natural products are products that consist of natural, natural ingredients and do not contain chemical additives or impurities. At the same time, the term “natural product” can be interpreted in a completely different way, since the presence of this phrase on the package does not guarantee the absence of chemical additives in its contents: the manufacturer is not obliged to track the sources of raw materials, materials, and the technological process for preparing such products. nine0003

Farm products are grown and produced on privately owned farms and in most cases non-industrial. The term "farm products" has gained a lot of popularity in recent years: it began to be often placed on labels. But sometimes the use of the "farm product" status is speculative, as the packaging doesn't say how the ingredients were produced. Due to the fact that there are no legislative acts on the quality of farm products, it is possible that they can be produced using herbicides, chemical fertilizers, growth hormones, and so on. nine0003

The composition of organic products excludes the presence of additives of artificial origin, such as preservatives, dyes, flavors, flavor enhancers, as well as the use of genetically modified organisms. The raw materials used in the production of organic food are grown without the use of pesticides, herbicides, chemical fertilizers, antibiotics, hormones, growth regulators. It is believed that the consequence of compliance with such conditions is the absence of chemical additives in organic raw materials. This gives the products an improved taste, a more pronounced aroma, and ensures their complete chemical composition. nine0003

The dominant difference that distinguishes organic products is the strict requirements for the quality of their ingredients, production technology, as well as the conditions under which the raw materials for their production were obtained:

  • organic products are produced in environmentally friendly regions, natural conditions, away from megacities, highways, industrial areas. Ecological agriculture helps to preserve the environment and provide future generations with a healthy and comfortable life; nine0033
  • only genetically modified and untreated seeds are used in the cultivation of cereals, legumes, vegetables, fruits and other organic products. Plants grow naturally. Chemical fertilizers, herbicides, pesticides, hormones, growth stimulants are not used in organic agriculture;
  • finished organic products do not contain flavors, dyes, emulsifiers, stabilizers, preservatives and other additives of artificial origin; nine0033
  • in order to confirm the status of "organic", the food product is subjected to mandatory regulatory and systematic quality control "from grain to counter". Quality control is carried out by authorized state services - accredited certification bodies, as well as laboratories of the manufacturer itself;

A food product that has successfully passed the entire quality control cycle, and this is confirmed by certification bodies, receives the appropriate certificate, and a special “organic” mark is applied to its packaging: this distinguishes it from other products. nine0003

Therefore, a specific mark and label for organic products is used in relation to the production process and products, confirming that they have been produced and processed in an environmentally friendly way, and that all principles of organic production have been respected "from farm to consumer's table. " The sign and the label are elements that confirm the quality of the production process, and not just the product itself.

Therefore, certified organic products are products that are produced, processed, packaged in strict compliance with technical specifications or state standards and then certified as "organic". The definition means that the product is produced with the exception of toxic effects on the environment, does not contain agrochemicals, pesticides, in its production did not use genetically modified seeds or products, hormones, chemicals, it is free from transgenic organisms and so on. nine0003

Organic products can be obtained on your own farm, that is, by self-breeding animals, growing vegetables, fruits, grain crops, which is accompanied by soil quality control and excludes the use of chemical fertilizers, hormones to accelerate the growth of plants and animals and protect them from diseases. Compliance with all the necessary conditions is a rather complicated process.

The second way to produce organic food is to buy organic raw materials. nine0003

As a result of fulfilling all the listed requirements and production conditions, organic products do not contain traces of pesticides, chemical additives, mycotoxins and other things, which makes it possible to limit the impact of such substances on the body of children. Infants are more susceptible than adults to the possible negative effects of various undesirable components.

Organic products are distinguished by their taste and higher nutritional value: on average, they contain 20-50% more vitamins, minerals, and biologically active substances compared to products produced using traditional technologies. nine0003

For example, organic baby cereals have advantages over conventional ones: a more balanced amino acid composition, a higher content of vitamins and minerals than with traditional methods of growing grain crops, which means that the composition and taste of organic cereals are much better and richer . At the same time, the range of organic cereals harmoniously complements the always available conventional baby food cereals, which are characterized by excellent taste, high nutritional value and safety due to strict requirements for baby food in the world and Russia, careful selection of raw materials and materials, strict technical and chemical control of technological production process. nine0003

Thus, organic and traditional baby food is a unique case when “healthy” does not mean “tasteless”, and the properties “healthy” and “tasty” harmoniously combine, complement and balance each other.

* Breast milk is the best food for babies. WHO recommends exclusive breastfeeding for the first 6 months of a child's life and continued breastfeeding after complementary foods are introduced until the age of 2 years. Before introducing new products into the baby's diet, you should consult with a specialist. The material is for informational purposes and cannot replace the advice of a healthcare professional. For feeding children from birth. nine0061

Organic or ordinary food products: is there a difference -

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Buildsuits usually begin with the age of 6 months: it is at this age that the digestive system of the child is ready to accept foods other than breast milk. Products for the introduction of the first complementary foods should be chosen very carefully. One of the safest options is monocomponent purees. Today, parents can find such products marked “organic” or “BIO” on store shelves: these labels mean that the food consists only of natural ingredients and does not contain any dyes, preservatives, flavors or GMOs. Such monocomponent purees contain only one vegetable, for example, broccoli or cauliflower, which are the safest for a child trying an unfamiliar product for the first time. nine0003

What's the difference?

The main difference and the main plus of bio-products is the method of production. The fruits, vegetables and cereals that go into their preparation are grown according to the principles of organic farming, that is, without the use of pesticides, growth regulators, artificial fertilizers and pest control chemicals. In conventional agriculture today, the use of such substances, unfortunately, is quite common. Their traces remain in the final product, so such food can harm the child, who is still very sensitive at an early age. nine0003

Organic purees, cereals, soups and drinks are safer for the baby, while retaining their natural rich taste and the maximum amount of nutrients. We do not know how the fruits and vegetables sold in the store or market were grown, so making your own purée for the first feeding becomes unsafe. Confident in the safety of home food can only be those parents who themselves grow zucchini, cabbage, carrots and other products and are confident in their quality (like Jamie Oliver). nine0003

Organic food is grown only in environmentally friendly conditions, therefore it minimizes the risk of harmful substances entering the child's body and reduces the likelihood of food allergies in the crumbs.


Strict control

Baby food goes through multi-level stages of quality control, and organic products go through even more checks by specialists. Experts observe its production at all stages: from choosing the soil to tasting the purees, cereals, soups and drinks themselves. Only after passing all the trials and tests, organic food receives the Organic or BIO labels, which guarantee the quality, safety and environmental friendliness of the product that will be included in the menu of a small child. Strict checks, environmentally friendly production, the absence of dubious components in the composition - all this makes organic nutrition a suitable option for the first complementary foods, and introducing a child to new foods is healthy and safe.

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