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Pipin Pear Organic Chilled Baby Food



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After eight mazing years, we have made the sad and difficult decision to cease production of our much-loved Chilled Pipin Pear product. Due to the challenging trading environment and high price increases we are experiencing across the board, we simply cannot continue to manufacture and sell our lovely dishes for a price that would be reasonable to charge parents.

From December 2022, our chilled pots of delicious and nutritious Pipin Pear baby and toddler meals and our private label Mamia pots will no longer be available in stores. We are so sorry for the inconvenience this will cause to the many families who love and rely on our meals.

I would personally like to thank all of you, our fantastic customers, for all the love and support you have given us over the years. From our very humble beginnings trying out recipes for my own two children in the summer of 2014, to launching in stores nationwide in 2015, it has been an extraordinary adventure. Hearing from parents how much their little ones loved our meals meant the world to me. Creating the best alternative to home cooked meals in the market is something that I was, and will continue to be, incredibly proud of.

We are delighted to confirm that we will continue to sell and grow our Freggie Bites snack range and we’re very excited to add some new products in the months ahead.

I know there are a small number of children with particular dietary preferences and needs who will only eat our meals. If their parents would like to contact us, we will try and help you as best we can.

Finally, I would like to thank all the AMAZING team past and present in Pipin Pear, TCFG, Bord Bia, LEO Waterford, the retailers and all who have worked so hard to create our wonderful range and nurtured it like it was their own, working with you never felt like work. It has been one hell of a rollercoaster ride with highs and lows but with so much laughter and great memories made along the way.

From the bottom of my heart!

Best wishes,

Irene Queally x


Pipin Pear

[email protected] Pipin Pear, Suite G16, City Enterprise Centre, Waterford Business Park, Waterford, Ireland, X91 TR79. T: +353 (0) 51 356 356

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    Organic Baby Food

    We stock a wide range of organic baby foods, including baby food formulas, baby porridge, baby snacks and baby fruit purees. They are made from organically grown ingredients and vitamins and minerals which are necessary for your baby's development. Take a closer look at our range of baby formulas to find one which is best suited to your baby’s delicate nutritional needs.

    We stock only the very best, most trusted brands to help ensure all your baby’s nutritional needs are meet, including Holle Organic, Ella's Kitchen, Hipp Organic and Organix.

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    "Hello, Holle!". Organic baby food from Switzerland appeared in Moldova

    Moms and dads, we have good news for you - the premiere of a new premium brand of organic baby food for Moldova Holle . Everything you need to know about the new product is in this material. Let's put it on the shelves, go through the composition and we will be ready to offer our baby a tasty and healthy novelty.


    Holle is from Switzerland. The first baby food under this brand was released in 1933, making Holle one of the first producers of organic baby food in Europe. Until 1960, Holle was available only in Switzerland, but every year the “coverage” grew, and already in 2000, Holle was eaten with appetite by kids in Spain, Portugal, Greece, Great Britain, Ireland, Iceland, Asia, Australia and New Zealand .

    Quality standards

    Holle - organic food. That is, farmers do not use pesticides or chemical fertilizers to grow Holle's food raw materials. All fruits, vegetables and grains are only biodynamically or organically grown. Every product that is produced under the Holle brand is constantly tested to meet very strict safety and nutritional requirements. nine0009

    Holle baby products never contain artificial flavors, colors or preservatives, or refined sugar. Each of Holle's baby food products, in accordance with EU regulations, does not contain genetically modified ingredients.

    Holle food quality is confirmed by important certificates: Demeter and green leaf - European Organic Food Certification Mark.

    Today Holle is the only manufacturer in Europe to offer an almost complete range of Demeter quality baby food. Products bearing this label are grown according to strict biodynamic standards - in harmony with nature. As a result, fruits, vegetables and cereals retain more nutrients, and the products of chemical breakdown do not get into the finished product. nine0009

    This makes Holle baby food as healthy and safe as possible for babies, even those with allergies.


    Holle has been producing baby food for over 85 years, and today the brand's range includes more than 80 products in a wide variety of categories:

    • milk formulas including those with goat's milk;

    • organic cereals. Their Holle releases in the form of small, easily soluble flakes, which are prepared from whole grains. These cereals can be prepared in many ways to diversify the child's diet; nine0009

    • cereal for babies over 4 months and muesli for breakfast for little champions over 10 months;

    • purees - vegetable, meat and variety menus with small pieces that stimulate the baby to learn to chew food;

    • pouches with fruit, vegetable puree and cereals. Convenient snacks while walking and traveling;

    • nine0002 healthy snacks for active kids – bread sticks with vegetables and spices, fortified cookies, fruit bars.

    From the very beginning of its existence, Holle has been relying on naturalness. Products do not contain artificial colors, flavors and preservatives.

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    A wide range of Holle baby food is available at Farmacia Familiei and Goose & Goose . Ask consultants and offer your child the best.

    7. Organic Future — RBC

    New technologies that are not fully understood and are increasingly being introduced into the food industry cause a wary attitude of people who are responsible for their health. To protect themselves from new food technologies, they are ready to carefully study the labels in stores, or even switch to organic food, which is gaining popularity every year. Even the price does not scare away the adherents of a healthy lifestyle - on average, organic products are 30-140% more expensive than their traditional counterparts. In Europe, even a slogan has appeared that reflects the mood of citizens - Don't panic, just organic (No panic, only organic). nine0009

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    It is possible that in the future organic products will become food for the elite, while the rest will chew synthetic dishes.

    Health from the garden

    Most of the time mankind ate organic products, and only in the 20th century did synthetic chemicals appear on the food market. Thanks to all the achievements of chemistry, genetics and engineering, it was possible to reduce the problem of hunger. nine0009

    Today, organic vegetables are grown, as they were decades ago, without chemical fertilizers, pesticides, and even more so without the use of gene manipulations. Soil fertility is maintained using environmentally friendly methods, natural organic compounds are used as fertilizers. To obtain organic meat, eggs and milk, animals are not given antibiotics and growth hormones.

    Globally, this sector of the agricultural economy is growing at about 23% annually. In terms of consumption of organic products in the world, the United States leads, followed by the European Union, followed by Australia and Japan. nine0009

    In America, organic products are marked with a special mark that a farmer can put on his products if he has a certificate of conformity. Interest in organics is great among producers - especially baby food. In a country notorious for fast food, research related to the production of organic products is funded by the government.

    In Russia, especially in megacities, interest in farm products has also been noticeable in recent years. Organic fans flock mainly on the Internet, where they order organic products. nine0009

    Exaggerated benefits

    Most scientists tend to believe that the benefits of organic products are somewhat exaggerated. Researchers at Cornell University have shown that although they are perceived emotionally by the people who eat them as healthier because they are more expensive and grown with minimal use of chemicals, often this is just autosuggestion. The researchers conducted a small experiment: they put the label "organic" on non-organic products, while the subjects believed this and even spoke of such products as more delicious. The British Health Food Foundation has not found higher content of vitamins, minerals and other useful trace elements in organic food. At the same time, organic products are susceptible to infection with viruses and various diseases: for example, the infamous E. coli was found in organic lettuce, and salmonella in organic tomatoes. nine0009

    No meat

    Another type of eating behavior is vegetarianism, or the refusal to eat animal food. Vegetarians believe their diet will allow them to live 25 years longer than meat eaters. In addition, among the reasons that make people refuse animal food, the reluctance to hurt animals, medical reasons, religious beliefs, or even attempts to save money in this way.

    There are many directions of vegetarianism: the most determined become raw foodists, refusing food that has undergone heat treatment. Fruitarians eat only fruits and nuts. There are also more moderate areas that are not exactly vegetarian. For example, Pallotarians allow themselves to eat bird meat, while Flexiarians allow themselves to eat meat in moderation. There are strict vegetarians - vegans - do not consume milk and eggs. There are those who leave them in their diet - according to doctors, this is a more acceptable option, since the lack of animal protein affects the metabolism. For some people, vegetarianism is completely contraindicated. nine0009

    Medical research conducted by scientists around the world has shown that vegetarians suffer less from cardiovascular disease and all types of cancer except bowel cancer, have less diabetes and are less at risk of obesity.

    By the way, more than 10% of the world's population are vegetarians. Many great ones didn't eat meat: Plato, Socrates, Leonardo da Vinci, Franz Kafka, Paul McCartney, Isaac Newton and Leo Tolstoy. At the same time, there is no consensus in the scientific world about the benefits of vegetarianism. There are more and more new studies proving the harm of giving up animal food. Supporters of this nutrition system refuse meat, which contains animal protein and a number of amino acids that are essential for humans. Refusal to consume meat products leads to a deficiency of vitamin D and B (in particular B12), as well as phosphorus, potassium, zinc, iodine and iron.

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