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Peter Rabbit Organics | Fruit and vegetable pouches
Made with organic fruits and vegetables, our pouches are perfect for kids on-the-go! Come and explore our 11 great flavors and find a favorite!
Apple, Carrot and Pumpkin
Not just for Halloween: our Apple, Carrot & Pumpkin pouches are great any time of the year. We don’t recommend bobbing for them or trying to carve them though! Perfect for toddlers but suitable for everyone from 6 months old. Scroll down for ingredients and nutritional information... Need allergen information? Download our allergen statement here.
Banana, Mango and Orange
A tropical taste that is great in the summer or winter, sunshine or cold! Sure to put a sunny smile on your little one’s face. Perfect for toddlers but suitable for everyone from 6 months old. Scroll down for ingredients and nutritional information... Need allergen information? Download our allergen statement here.
Banana, Raspberry and Blueberry
A firm winner among young berry lovers! Smooth with a berry ‘zing', it’s a delicious and nutritious snack combo that kids love! Perfect for toddlers but suitable for everyone from 6 months old. Scroll down for ingredients and nutritional information... Need allergen information? Download our allergen statement here.
Apple, Sweet Potato & Corn
The smooth taste of sweet potato and corn isn’t just for dinner time! This hearty blend is perfect as an afternoon snack or when they’ve built up an appetite from play. Perfect for toddlers but suitable for everyone from 6 months old. Scroll down for ingredients and nutritional information... Need allergen information? Download our allergen statement here.
Pear, Carrot and Beet
From the veggie patch comes this tasty mix of fruit and root vegetables. Perfect for popping in a lunch box or pulling out of a bag at snack time! Perfect for toddlers but suitable for everyone from 6 months old. Scroll down for ingredients and nutritional information... Need allergen information? Download our allergen statement here.
Apple, Pea and Spinach
Making greens yummy not yucky! This great little combo gets in the good stuff while keeping kids smiling. Perfect for toddlers but suitable for everyone from 6 months old. Scroll down for ingredients and nutritional information... Need allergen information? Download our allergen statement here.
Banana, Mango, Broccoli & Kale
We love greens almost as much as Peter Rabbit does! Our Banana, Mango, Broccoli & Kale snack pouch is a winning combination of delightful fruits with wholesome greens. Perfect for toddlers but suitable for everyone from 6 months old. Scroll down for ingredients and nutritional information... Need allergen information? Download our allergen statement here.
Apple and Peach
Perfectly peachy – little ones will love this delicate and light blend of Apple and Peach. Plus no mess for parents cutting up fruit! Perfect for toddlers but suitable for everyone from 6 months old. Scroll down for ingredients and nutritional information... Need allergen information? Download our allergen statement here.
Apple and Grape
The classic combo that is great anytime of the day! It’s just the right after school snack that will keep active kids satisfied until dinner time. Perfect for toddlers but suitable for everyone from 6 months old. Scroll down for ingredients and nutritional information... Need allergen information? Download our allergen statement here.
Apple, Carrot & Squash
It’s no surprise that we like carrots around here... This brilliant blend of Apple, Carrot and Squash is an ideal snack for a group of hungry little adventurers. Perfect for toddlers but suitable for everyone from 6 months old. Scroll down for ingredients and nutritional information... Need allergen information? Download our allergen statement here.
Strawberry and Banana
Strawberry. Banana. What’s not to love!? Maybe that is why this simple combo is such a firm favorite with youngsters and the young at heart. Delicious anytime, anywhere. Perfect for toddlers but suitable for everyone from 6 months old. Scroll down for ingredients and nutritional information... Need allergen information? Download our allergen statement here.Our Ingredients all natural
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4 Reasons Peter Rabbit Organics Baby Food Rocks
When Peter Rabbit Organics was first started, the Peter Rabbit team made 3 promises.
These promises were that everything they made would always be 100% organic, 100% healthy, and 100% delicious.
I can tell you from personal experience that they have kept all of these promises! That is why I was excited to partner with the Pumpkin Tree, the brand that makes Peter Rabbit baby food to review the pouches!
My original plan was to do baby led solids when W was 6 months old. We started doing some baby led things, but I was still giving him purees and I discovered that he was a fan of the organic baby food. He would eat pretty much anything (except baby turkey!) but he definitely prefers the organic baby food, especially those with blended flavors.
This is how Peter Rabbit Organics came into our lives! It’s become a staple since then!
1. Peter Rabbit Squeezable Fruit is Wholesome
One thing I love about Peter Rabbit Organic Pouches is that they cover a ton of the things I look for when feeding my children including:
- Made with 100% organic fruits and vegetables
- Free from ascorbic acid
- Gluten free
- Packaged in BPA-free packaging
- Not diluted with water
I can feel good about the simple snacks my kids are eating!
2.Great for Toddlers & Kids (& Adults!)
Another great thing that I love about Peter Rabbit Baby Food is that it’s not just baby food these days. Back when Weston was younger, it was a great option to have. But now the Peter Rabbit Organics pouches are designed to work well for ages 6 months and up!
Yes, they’re even great for the adults sometimes! I’ll admit to having enjoyed my fair share from time to time.
When you see the flavors that Peter Rabbit squeezable fruit is availabe in, you find yourself sharing them with your kids too!
3. Amazing Flavor Variety
Peter Rabbit Organics pouches come in 11 different varieties!
The fruit snacks are 100% fruit and the veggie blends only contain 100% fruit and vegetables. There is absolutely nothing else added to these! If you read the back of the pouches you will see the list of ingredients. No added sugar, salt, or water!
Which flavor would you try first?
- Banana, Raspberry & Blueberry
- Banana, Mango & Orange
- Apple, Carrot & Pumpkin
- Strawberry & Banana
- Apple, Carrot & Squash
- Apple & Grape
- Apple & Peach
- Banana, Mango, Broccoli & Kale
- Apple, Pea & Spinach
- Pear, Carrot & Beet
- Apple, Sweet Potato & Corn
I have to admit that my favorites are Apple & Grape, Apple & Peach, and Banana, Mango & Orange.
When my kids were younger (about six months to eighteen months), they were willing to eat almost any variety of the Peter Rabbit pouches. Now that they’re older, they tend to stick to the fruit blends.
Peter Rabbit Organics, Strawberry and Banana, 4.0-Ounces Pouches, (Pack of 10)Peter Rabbit Organics Apple, Pea and Spinach Puree, 4.4-Ounce Pouches (Pack of 10)Peter Rabbit Organics Pear, Carrot and Beet 4.4 Ounce Pouches (Pack of 10)Peter Rabbit Organics Fruits – Raspberry Blueberry & Banana – 4 oz – 10 pk
4. The Convenience Factor is Real
I love the pouches for a few reasons.
- BPA-free pouches
- Works with Boon Dispensing Spoon
- No chilling needed
These four qualities make Peter Rabbit pouches great for any busy family!
The first is that I can toss them in a container on our pantry shelf and they take up less room than all of those baby food jars did. It works great now that my kids are older. They can grab a snack and go.
One of my favorite aspects of the Peter Rabbits Organics pouches is that they work with the Boon Dispensing Spoon. The spoon was designed for Plum Organics and fits on the end of the pouches, but the wonderful thing is that it also fits on the Peter Rabbit Organics pouches!
This makes taking these pouches on the go even more convenient, no matter how young or old your kids are!
Boon Dispensing Spoon for Plum Organics – Purple/Green – 2 ct – 2 pk
The Boon spoon was wonderful for us because Weston loved to grab for any bowls and spoons that got near him. The spoon helped keep things a bit cleaner because the only part he could get his hands on was the spoon itself.
If you’re exploring pre-made baby food options or you’re looking for some variety in fruit and veggie pouches, I highly recommend Peter Rabbit Organics!
As I mentioned before, I tried all of the flavors with Weston and would happily enjoy them as a snack of my own!
Weston tried all of the veggie blends and enjoyed them all! That wasn’t our experience with all of the baby food we tried, so I took that as proof that the Peter Rabbit pouches are pretty tasty!
What more could you ask for if you’re not making your baby food or fruit pouches yourself? Not much!
To learn more about our baby food experience, check out our review of Ella’s Kitchen pouches too!
Where to Buy Peter Rabbit Organics
You can purchase Peter Rabbit Organics baby food pouches in stores nationwide or online at Amazon. com!
You can find a complete list of where to buy as well as a store locator on the Where to Buy page of the Pumpkin Tree Snacks website.
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What to read to kids from one to four: a list of literature | Motherhood
When you think about what would be so interesting to read to your treasure after a year (and up to 3-4 years), usually such a small, standard list comes to mind. As a rule, it contains:
• small forms of folklore (rhymes, songs, jokes),
• poems by A. Barto, S. Mikhalkov, S. Marshak, K. Chukovsky, D. Kharms, Yu. Moritz, B. Zakhoder, V. Levin, V. Berestov, I. Tokmakova, E. Moshkovskaya, Z. Aleksandrova , E. Blaginina, G. Sapgir, V. Lunin, E. Uspensky, R. Mucha, as well as Russian classical poets (A. Fet, F. Tyutchev, A. Pleshcheev and others),
• various fairy tales (Russian folk tales, Ch. Perrot, Grimm brothers, based on Disney cartoons, etc. ),
• all kinds of collections "The Best Works for Children" (1-2-3 years old), "One Hundred Favorite Poems for Kids", "My First Encyclopedia", "Big Book of Fairy Tales", "Games with Fairy Tales", "First Lessons for a Baby" and etc.
And then the thought somehow does not go very well, you start to rack your brains. After all, when all of the above has already been read more than once, you want something like that, new, right?
Well, if you really want to, there is absolutely no reason to deny yourself pleasure. Are you still unfamiliar with Olivia the pig, Puff the train, Peter the rabbit and Muffin the donkey? Not? Then we go to you!
Here's an additional list of great books for toddlers ages 1 to 3-4. With him, any apartment can easily turn into a reading room.
V. Suteev "Tales and Pictures" is a book that has been living in the world for many, many years.
T. Kryukova “Little Hedgehog”, “Rooney the Kangaroo”, “Puff the Train”, “Beep the Car”, “Dinosaur Looking for Mom” are good educational books by a well-known children's writer.
A. Ivanov “About Khoma and Gopher”.
V. Chizhikov "Peter and the Potap Bear" - easy, understandable text, bright lively pictures, what else is needed to make 2-3-year-olds glow with delight?
A. Usachev “Smart dog Sonya”, “About Baba Yaga”, etc. Usachev is one of the most popular authors in Russian children's literature, very resourceful and talented.
M. Plyatskovsky “Daisies in January”, “Diary of a Grasshopper Kuzi” and other fairy tales, poems and songs - very kind, sincere.
G.Oster "Kitten named Woof", "Bad advice", "38 parrots", "The Adventures of Pif". Several generations have grown up on fairy tales, poems, cartoons by Grigory Oster.
G. Tsyferov "The Train from Romashkovo", "How the Frog Looked for Dad", "The Little Giant", etc. Wonderful fairy tales and wonderful characters.
E. Charushin "Tyupa, Tomka and Magpie" - funny stories about animals
V. Bianki "Tales for little ones".
S. Kozlov "Hedgehog in the Fog", "Tales about the Hedgehog and the Bear Cub", "Lion Cub and Turtle". Touching, magical tales familiar to us from childhood.
V. Krotov Ignatius Worm series – stories about an extraordinary talking worm who helps his friends understand very important things.
S. Sedov "Tales about mothers", "Tales about kings". Sedov has very unusual, lively stories.
S. Prokofieva Masha and Oika, The Adventures of the Yellow Suitcase, etc.
T. Aleksandrova Kuzka the Brownie.
A. Kurlyandsky "About the parrot Kesha".
V. Postnikov "The Adventures of Pencil and Samodelkin".
E. Pasternak "The adventures of toys in the most ordinary apartment" - a story about toys come to life and about little things in the big world that adults no longer notice.
K. Ushinsky Stories and fairy tales.
B. Potter stunning author's illustrations.
J. Harris Tales from Uncle Remus. Who doesn't know J. Harris and his Brer Rabbit with Brer Fox?
S. McBratney "Do you know how much I love you?" - touching, tender text and amazing illustrations.
E. Carl Very Hungry Caterpillar.
A. Preisn “About a kid who could count to ten”.
Z. Miler, E. Petishka, G. Doskochilova Mole series – books based on the popular Czech animated series starring Mole.
V. Bush "Plikh and Plyukh" - a playful tale in verse, translated by D. Kharms.
E. Blyton Tim the famous duckling.
M. Ketchpool How to Move the Hippo, A. Stewart "Rabbit Ears", M. Marshall "Lion Cub Lost!" blue panda! - witty, cheerful tales with meaning. Excellent illustrations.
W. Thomas and K. Paul - a series about the sorceress Winnie.
Jan Falconer Stories about Olivia Pig - Olivia, Olivia Saves the Circus, Olivia and the Lost Toy, Olivia and the Real Band, Olivia Celebrates the New Year.
F. Matter "Teen Wolf and Dinosaurs", "Teen Wolf Celebrates the New Year".
C. Wilson, J. Chapman "When Bear wakes up", "When Bear sleeps", "Medvedik's new friend", "Medvedik's Christmas" - amazing illustrations by J. Chapman and amazingly sweet, kind text by Karma Wilson translated by the poet M. Yasnova.
H. Heine "Three from Kukalau", "It's good to have friends", "It happened in Kukalau", "Secrets of the Kukalau farm" - about the adventures of Franz the rooster, Johnny the mouse and Valdemar the pig.
A. McAllister, W. Churchill, C. Fusion “There you are, Wombatik”, “What Wombatik loves”. The wombat is a small Australian animal. He is a fidget and a prankster, and various adventures happen to him. Wombatika was designed and drawn by Charles Fudge, one of England's most popular illustrators.
S. Nurdqvist - a series about old man Penson and his cat Findus.
D. Wieslander, S. Nordqvist - a series about "the most famous Swedish cow" Mamu Mu.
J. Donaldson "The Gruffalo", "The Gruffalo's Daughter", "The Snail and the Whale", "If It's Crowded in the House", "Charlie Cook's Favorite Book" - funny poetic tales.
A. Kazalis Hedgehogs Cook Apple Syrup and Other Stories, Ladybug Village and Other Stories, Grandma Rabbit's Tales, Grandmother Bear's Tales are expensive books, but Tony Wolfe's beautiful illustrations are worth it. They are ideal for looking at and discussing with the baby.
L. Cleaning - a series about the kind and smart beaver Castor.
N. Moost, A. Rudolf - a series about Little Crow.
H. Hansen Lev Lars.
H. de Beer is a series about a polar bear cub named Barney, who lives in the far North and constantly finds himself in different stories.
C. DiCamillo Mila Pig. Funny stories". Keith DiCamillo is the author of stories about Despero the mouse, Edward the porcelain rabbit, Winn-Dixie, a mongrel. But this is for older kids. And about the pig Mila, who loves to eat toast with butter and ride a car - just for kids 3-4 years old.
J. Hurier “Full Moon Festival”, “Cunning Fox”, “Hurrah, let's fly!”, “Merry Carnival”, “Drawing Lesson” - several books about a large rabbit family, with which incredible stories constantly happen.
C. Holabird "Angelina the Ballerina", "Angelina's Birthday", "Angelina in the Palace", "Angelina the Star of the Show" - stories about a charming little mouse, great illustrations.
D. Bisset Tales.
E. Hogarth "Mafin and his merry friends" - stories about the donkey Mafin, in which he is looking for treasure, bakes pies, sings songs and reflects on the beauty of his tail.
A. Milne, B. Zakhoder "Winnie the Pooh and all-all-all".
T. Jansson "Tales of the Moominvalley" - stories familiar to us from childhood about the outlandish world of the Moomins, which were drawn by the author herself.
A. Balint "Dwarf Gnomych and Izyumka" - fairy tales about Gnome Gnomych and piglet Izyumka, you can find a publication with drawings by V. Suteev.
D. Urban "All mice love cheese" - a touching story about mouse Romeo and Juliet with a happy ending.
R. Munch "Something Pretty", "Stephanie's Ponytail", "Thomas and Jumpsuit" - funny little stories from a famous Canadian children's writer with original illustrations.
M. Bond - Paddington Bear series.
O. Preusler "Little Witch", "Little Ghost".
Annie M.G. Schmidt "Sasha and Masha" - 5 books about a Dutch boy and girl. Very popular in Europe. For four-year-olds - just right. It's impossible to break away.
In a word, to read is not to re-read.
Publication date 19.05.2010
Author of the article: Irina Chesnova, author of books for parents
Source: Article provided by the Author's site about motherhood and childhood
PETER RABBIT AND CARROT ADVENTURES AT McDONALD'S
Spring welcomes all young McDonald's visitors with a new collection of fun toys in Happy Meal children's lunches. The new program "Peter Rabbit" is timed to coincide with the release of the family animated film of the same name, in which a mischievous carrot lover and his friends embark on incredible adventures on a neighbor's farm.
With the new toys from the Peter Rabbit collection you will definitely not be bored: each of them will tell about the mischievous rabbit entertainment. The toys are so diverse that, having collected them all, it will be possible not only to have fun playing with friends, but also to train logical thinking, develop fine motor skills, or even learn accuracy.
For young athletes with a competitive spirit, the new collection includes several sports games. Together with friends, you can arrange real Rabbit Olympic Games that will help boys and girls fall in love with sports and learn how to go to victory, overcoming difficulties. Peter invites everyone to take part in a football derby, a darts tournament, a real metal triathlon (to train in the accuracy of throwing sweet carrots, hula hoops, a ball) or try to keep up with one of the fastest animals - the agile Rabbit.
And for those who like to find a way out of even the most difficult situation, the new collection presents a whole series of logic toys and riddles. Together with a fearless hero, the guys will have to get out of two unusual labyrinths and go along an enchanted road in a fairy forest.
The Peter Rabbit Happy Meal program will run at McDonald's until April 19*.
Also, do not forget that you can have fun playing outside restaurants: on the Happy Studio website, www.happystudio.com , interesting and educational games and tasks for children online and offline are always waiting for you.
*As long as stocks last.
The Happy Meal offer - a children's lunch with a toy - has been in the assortment of McDonald's since 1995 years.
Happy Meal was created on the principle of one of the most popular children's games - the designer. This technique was invented, first of all, so that children have the opportunity to choose. And the parents help the youngest to choose the most suitable lunch options at McDonald's.
Happy Meal is part of a global program to provide diners with even more choice, both in terms of menu variety and family entertainment. More about the Happy Meal menu: https://mcdonalds.ru/happymeal .
Happy Meals keep improving to meet the changing expectations of both parents and children (for example, the salt content of Chicken McNuggets has been reduced by 14% since 2007).
In Happy Meal sets McDonald's offers a variety of food combinations that together make up a balanced diet (in particular, apple slices, carrot sticks, as well as drinks with or without sugar, fruit juices, water).
In recent years, the consumption of fruit by McDonald's little customers has been steadily increasing. For example, in 2013, the corporation sold 27 million portions of fresh fruit in the 5 largest markets, mainly as part of the Happy Meal for children. Compared to 2010, fruit consumption at McDonald's has increased 10 times.
Carrot sticks and apple slices for McDonald's Russian restaurants are supplied by ZAO Belaya Dacha Trading, the oldest Russian supplier of McDonald's. "Belaya Dacha" today is one of the most famous agro-industrial holdings in the country, the undisputed leader of the industry.
More than 160 Russian companies supply 85% of all products offered in McDonald's restaurants in Russia, which have created more than 150 000 jobs.
McDonald's in Russia is constantly in the process of localizing suppliers, and in 2017 it entered an even more active phase.