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Attach these convenient Infantino Couple A Spoons to the Squeeze Pouch™ for an easy way to serve purees and smoothies to your baby at home or on the go.

These spoons fit all Fresh Squeezed® pouches as well as standard-sized commercial food pouches.


Plus, they come with a handy travel case to help keep them clean when you are out and about. Spoons are dishwasher safe and BPA, PVC, and phthalate-free. A smartly designed product for happy parenting™



Product features:

  • Includes 2 spoons and travel case with ring clip
  • BPA, PVC, and phthalate-free
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Works with all Fresh Squeezed brand pouches
  • Universal fit for standard sized commercial pouches



Suitable for children aged 6 months +



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SKU: IN005026 Categories: Feeding, Infantino Tags: activity toys, baby & toddler toys, baby food, baby spoon, baby toys, child toys, development toys, food pouches, musical toys, soft toys, toddler toys, toys, toys & learning

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Attach these convenient Infantino Couple A Spoons to the Squeeze Pouch™ for an easy way to serve purees and smoothies to your baby at home or on the go.

These Infantino Couple A Spoons fit all Fresh Squeezed® pouches as well as standard-sized commercial food pouches.

The spoons are dishwasher safe and BPA, PVC, and phthalate-free. A smartly designed product for happy parenting™


According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), most babies can start to use a spoon by themselves at around 10 to 12 months of age.

What to look for in a baby spoon

  • Non-toxic, chemical-free materials:
    • There is a wide range of materials used in the manufacture of baby spoons, from silicone and plastic to metal and wood. For synthetic materials, make sure the spoon is free of harmful materials like BPA.
    • Food-grade material should be used for Silicone spoons.
    • For metals and wood, make sure the spoon is lead-free and preservative-free.
    • (While many products follow these guidelines, it never hurts to double-check the label.)
  • Durability:
    • In the case of spoons made from a combination of materials, such as a silicone bowl with a metal handle, ensure that the pieces are well-made and will not come apart easily.
    • Good features to look for in spoons are those that are dishwasher-safe, microwave-safe, freezer-safe, and boil-safe.


Product features:

  • Includes 2 spoons and travel case with ring clip
  • BPA, PVC, and phthalate-free
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Works with all Fresh Squeezed brand pouches
  • Universal fit for standard sized commercial pouches


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Weight 0.072 kg
Dimensions 0.190 × 0.143 × 0.050 cm

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[Product Review] Baby Food Dispensing Spoon for Plum Organics

by christiekiley 3 Comments

After yesterday’s baby food pouch giveaway, our winner informed me there is now a product on the market that makes it even easier to feed babies when you’re out and about.

Say hello to the Boon Baby Food Dispensing Spoon (made for Plum Organics baby food pouches):

As you can see, it comes in a 2-pack and allows you to instantly turn a Plum Organics baby food pouch (which usually has a hard straw on the end) into a spoon-tipped baby food dispenser.

Look at the difference:

Just screw on the spoon attachment and you can then squeeze the food out of the pouch and onto the spoon in order to spoon-feed your traveling baby.

This 2-pack of Boon Dispensing Spoons is sold for anywhere between $3. 49 and $3.99 depending on where you buy it. You can find it at Target (right next to the Plum Organics baby food pouches if you go in the store), Diapers.com, or Amazon.com (subscribe & save to get them at lower cost per 2-pack).

Okay, so since this a product review, I want to note a few things I like and don’t like about this product as both a mom and an occupational therapist:

I like…
…that it comes in a case that can easily be clipped on a ring or handle of the diaper bag. Easy storage, minimizes mess after use.

…that it minimizes equipment needed in order to create a travel spoon, unlike other squeezable dispensing spoons.

…that it’s easier to wash than those squeezable dispensing spoons that hold an entire jar’s worth of baby food, because all you have to wash is the spoon tip.

…that it allows you to spoon-feed an out-and-about younger baby who perhaps isn’t quite ready to be fed straight from the straw of the pouch.

…that it’s free of BPA, phthalates, and PVC.

…that it fits on brands other than Plum Organics’ baby food pouches (definitely the Gerber pouches and likely all other brands since the straws tend to all be the same sizes).

I don’t like…
…that the bowl of the spoon is a little too deep. According to feeding therapy expert Diane Bahr, babies should ideally use a spoon that is mostly flat (I like the Gerber rubber-tipped baby spoons). This allows them to close their lips around it and remove the food with their top lip as the spoon is pulled straight out of their mouth (horizontally), as opposed to scraping the puree off with their teeth or gums as the adult swoops the spoon diagonally upward to remove the spoon. That diagonal swoop prevents them from having to close and work their upper lip (which is needed for the development of more complex feeding and speech skills) and is often associated with using a spoon that has a bowl that’s too deep for the baby. It’s only a big deal if you end up using these screw-on spoons all the time, but still something to note.

…that it has the potential to get lost or accidentally thrown away because of how small it is. Feeding baby while traveling can be pretty chaotic, and now you have to remember where you put the mini spoon before you stuffed everything in the diaper bag and headed back home (even if you remember to bring that cute little plastic case).

…that it’s a little redundant. Baby food pouches are already convenient. The spoon attachment seems a little bit like overkill to me.

…that it has the potential to create more mess than if you didn’t use it. Once you put puree on a spoon it has the potential to go flying, thanks to grabby little baby hands. You might actually save yourself a potential mess if you don’t use this product and just feed your baby straight from the pouch.

All in all, I think this is a pretty cool, inexpensive product that may be worth having on-hand for on-the-go babies who are eating stage 1 and stage 2 baby food purees. If you think you and your baby would benefit from using this product, then I’d recommend giving it a try!

What do you think of this product? 

Share your thoughts in the comment box below!

  • Boon + Plum Organics = Baby food pouch organizational zen (coolmompicks. com)

Filed Under: 01. Infants (0-1), 09. Feeding & Mealtime, 14. Product Reviews Tagged With: Baby food, Boon, feeding, Food, parenting, Plum Organics, Spoons


Nutrilon®2 Premium 1200 g

Powdered follow-on milk formula

Breastfeeding is preferred for feeding young children. Nutrilon®2 Premium is used as a breast milk substitute when breastfeeding is not possible.

Consult a specialist before using the mixture.

How to prepare

Wash your hands and sterilize the bottle and teat.

Boil water. Cool it down to 40°C.

According to the feeding chart, measure the exact amount of water and pour into a sterilized bottle. Do not reuse boiled water.

Be sure to use the supplied measuring spoon. Spray the measuring spoon provided with boiling water and dry it. Remove the pile of dry mix with the back of a knife.

Add the exact number of scoops of the mixture to the water. Adding more or less than the recommended amount of formula may be harmful to your baby's health.

Close the bottle and shake well until the mixture is completely dissolved. Remove the cap and put the nipple on the bottle.

Check the temperature of the finished mix on the inside of your wrist (37°C).

Feeding chart

For formula-fed babies (unless otherwise advised by a specialist):

Child's age Number of feedings per day Water volume, ml Number of scoops
6 months 3-4
210 7
7-12 months and older 2-3 210

100 ml Nutrilon® 2 Premium = 90 ml water + 3 scoops powdered formula

1 scoop = 4.9 g powdered formula

including the age, weight and appetite of the baby. Our chart provides recommendations on how often to feed your baby formula based on their age. Of course, these are only approximate recommendations. For premature babies or babies born with low birth weight, they will be different.


  • Prepare meals right before eating!
  • Do not use leftover food for later feeding!
  • Do not heat the mixture in the microwave oven, to avoid the formation of hot lumps of the mixture.
  • Strictly follow the recommendations for the amount of mixture when preparing and do not add anything to the prepared mixture.
  • New formula should be introduced into the baby's diet gradually. Consult with a specialist before introducing the product. If you have additional questions, please contact the Nutriclub expert line for moms.

Changing from one mixture to another

The baby's digestive system needs time to adapt to the assimilation of a new milk mixture - it is possible to change the activity of some enzymes, the rate of processing of the components of the mixture, and the nature of the stool also changes.

Start with very small amounts of any new infant formula. Mix old and new formula in separate containers and mix just before feeding in one bottle.

As the amount of new milk formula is increased, the volume of the usual formula is reduced. So the baby's digestive system will gradually "learn" to assimilate a new product, your baby will gradually get used to the new taste.

In addition, you will be able to adequately and timely assess the reaction of the baby to the new milk formula.

Introduction date The amount of the mixture for 1 dose, ml Multiplicity of reception Amount per day, ml
1st day 30 1 30
2nd day 30 2-3 60-90
3rd day 30 5-6 150–180
4th day 60 5-6 300-360
5th day 100 5-6 500-600
6th day 150 5-6 750

The introduction of a new formula is an important moment in the nutrition of the baby, and so that it goes well and you do not miss anything, do not forget to consult a specialist on this issue


Lactose, vegetable oil blend** (palm, rapeseed, coconut, sunflower, Mortierella alpina oil), maltodextrin, skim milk, whey protein concentrate, prebiotics (galactooligosaccharides, fructooligosaccharides), sources of minerals (calcium carbonate, potassium citrate, calcium chloride, iron sulfate, calcium phosphate, magnesium chloride, zinc sulfate, copper sulfate, manganese sulfate, potassium iodide, sodium selenite), fish oil*, sources of vitamins (L-ascorbic acid, L-sodium ascorbate, DL-alpha-tocopherol acetate, nicotinamide, calcium d-pantothenate, folic acid, retinol palmitate, DL-alpha tocopherol, d-biotin, thiamine hydrochloride, cholecalciferol, cyanocobalamin, pyridoxine hydrochloride, riboflavin, phytomenadione), choline chloride, taurine, emulsifier - soy lecithin, nucleotides (uridine-, cytidine-, adenosine-, inosine-, guanosine-5-monophosphates), inositol, L-tryptophan, L-carnitine.

* The fat component of milk formula was developed on the basis of data on the fatty acid composition of breast milk.

Nutrition information

Click here to download the nutrition information.


  • Store unopened cans at temperatures from 0 to +25 degrees and relative humidity not more than 75%.
  • Once opened, store tightly closed in a cool, dry place, but not in the refrigerator.
  • Refrigerator humidity may be higher than recommended. As a result, the mixture can become damp, as well as absorb the odors and microflora of the products that are in the refrigerator next to the mixture.
  • Use contents of opened jar within three weeks.
  • To store the mixture, choose a place as far away from flour and cereal products as possible in order to avoid contamination of baby food by insects.
  • The company can guarantee the safety of the quality of baby food only if all the conditions of storage and preparation of products are observed. If these conditions are violated, deviations from safety standards are possible, which can lead to a deterioration in the health of the child.

1. Is there enough vitamin D in the mixture to prevent rickets?

If a baby is fully bottle-fed with Nutrilon® 2 Premium formula and drinks 1 liter of formula per day, he receives a prophylactic dose of vitamin D along with the formula. But a specialist may also recommend additional intake of vitamin D.

2. What is taurine?

Taurine is a vital, non-essential (essential) amino acid, especially necessary for the normal development of the central nervous system and muscles. Taurine reserves in the body are limited, which determines the need for its intake with food. After childbirth, its concentration in mother's milk reaches high values. The baby receives the first portion of taurine intended by nature with mother's milk. After establishing this fact, taurine began to be added to infant milk formulas for artificial feeding.

3. What are nucleotides?

Nucleotides are the building blocks of cell DNA and are especially necessary for a growing organism. Important for premature babies and during illness. There are opinions that when using nucleotides in children, weight gain increases, indicators of physical and neuropsychic development improve, the maturation of nervous tissue and the formation of organs of vision occur faster. It has been scientifically proven that nucleotides have a beneficial effect on the development of the small intestine, increase the number of beneficial bifidobacteria in the composition of the intestinal microflora.

4. What is soy lecithin?

Soy lecithin is a mixture of phospholipids isolated from soybean oil obtained from natural (non-genetically modified) raw materials. Phospholipids are an important building material for every cell: being part of cell membranes, they ensure the exchange of the cell with its environment and the interaction of cells with each other. The brain is 80-90% composed of phospholipids, so they are especially necessary for building brain tissue and cells of the nervous system. The use of soy lecithin is permitted in the production of baby food in accordance with the legislation of the Russian Federation and the Customs Union.

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Spoon Museum | MADOU Kindergarten No. 14 Lipetsk

Despite the fact that the museum is very compact, it surprises with its fullness, here you will be told the history of the Russian spoon and will be shown the most unique items of this exhibition. Now 2 more stands are being prepared, where the rest of the collection will be presented.

Russian craftsmen have always been famous for their mastery of artistic woodcarving. For centuries, from generation to generation, they have passed on the secrets of their ability to make wooden spoons. The Russian word "spoon", according to scientists, comes from the word "log" - a ravine, a deepening.

She captivates everyone with her unique color. For the manufacture of wooden spoons, environmentally friendly materials are used: linden, aspen, maple, mountain ash, so using wooden spoons is good for health. Wooden spoons do not spoil the taste of cooked food.

The history of the wooden spoon dates back ten centuries ago. In each country, spoons were made using different materials: wood, ivory, shells, bronze and silver. In Russia, until the 18th century, wooden spoons were used. Dahl's dictionary contains an interpretation of the names of spoons: bosky, mezheumok, blunt, draft, nosy, butyrka, white, semi-boska, thin and other names. For the first time, “Russian wooden spoons” are mentioned in The Tale of Bygone Years in 996

Spoon painting began much later, starting in the 19th century. Creating such a spoon, it was necessary to perform 52 operations. A wooden spoon was hewn from a baklusha with an axe, then with an adze, planed with a knife and cut with a curved cutter, and the handle and forging were processed with a hand saw. Wooden spoons were decorated with carvings and painted patterns.

History of Khokhloma

The most famous type of painting in Russia is Khokhloma. Probably, there is no person who has not seen Khokhloma painted wooden spoons or a casket, a tray in his life. Everyone will be interested to know where this unusually beautiful painting came from.

In ancient times, in the forests of the Trans-Volga region, not far from the village of Khokhloma, Novgorod province, the first settlers were fugitives who took refuge here from the persecution of the landowners' oppression for the "old faith". Some of them were icon painters and masters of manuscript miniatures. Infertile lands made it impossible for the peasants to feed themselves, and the refugees began to apply their skills by painting wooden dishes made by local craftsmen. Such a painting, unknown to the village, wonderfully adorned modest wooden kitchen utensils. The colors sparkled with golden and red sunbeams. The fame of such festive dishes spread not only throughout the district, but also gained fame throughout Russia.

Each craftsman had his own specifics, but the products were made by hand. After all, making wooden spoons is not an easy process. First you need to cut out a wooden blank of the future spoon, then dry it, cover it with a thin layer of clay and soak it with flax oil. The highlight of such a painting is that not gold, but silver powder is applied to the tree, on top of which a drawing is made. Then the products are varnished and hardened in a furnace at high temperature. As a result, a honey-golden color appears, characteristic only of Khokhloma.

For painting products, either a black and red pattern on a gold background or a gold ornament on a red, green, black background is used. In the murals of Khokhloma, artists depict plant forms in the form of bright red rowan berries, strawberries, and flowers; fish, birds, and animals are also found. Flexible, wavy stems with leaves, berries and flowers adorn the surface of the spoons, giving them a unique elegant look.

Wooden musical spoons

It is impossible now to say who and when came up with the idea to turn ordinary spoons into a percussion instrument, but for a long time they have become the simplest, most colorful and popular national instrument of Russians.

The first information about the use of spoons as a musical instrument appeared at the end of the 18th century. Some researchers believe that the Russians began to use spoons in music in imitation of the Spanish castanets, because they can make pure sounds when touched.

Spooners use a set of 3 or 5 spoons of different sizes to play. Sounds are produced by hitting the back of two scoops. Usually the performer plays with three spoons, laying two between the fingers of his left hand, and takes the third in his right hand, hitting his hand or knee. Often bells are attached to spoons. This property of wooden products has been appreciated by musicians all over the world. Now there are schools of playing on wooden spoons.

Souvenir wooden spoons

Since ancient times, it has been known about the ability of a tree to rid people of accumulated negative energy. Wooden souvenirs bring harmony and comfort to the house. Of course, bright painted spoons immediately attract attention.

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