Our quality promise

Product Information


Our tubs are sourced locally and are BPA-free, 100% food safe, freezer friendly, heat resistant and 100% recyclable. It is safe to heat in the microwave, but we do recommend stove top and water bath heating (see instructions for use below). Our meals can be stored in the freezer for up to 5 months.

Quality assurance

Our registered dietician and fussy compliance specialist taste-test every single batch of baby food cooked. Our baby meals are produced in small batches to ensure our signature homemade quality and taste. Each tub is cooked and filled by hand.

We use the hot fill method to ensure that the product is packaged as soon as it is cooked, and the container is sterilised during filling. As a result, some icy bits may appear on the lid and the product when you open the tub.

Our food and quality management process includes keeping samples of every batch to ensure consistent quality and for tracing purposes; regular food safety audits on our kitchen by our registered dietician; and adherence to strict standard operating procedures developed in accordance with national food safety standards.

Our kitchen has a certificate of acceptability issued by the City of Cape Town and our registered dietician is trained in food safety and is currently completing a Food Allergy course offered by the Allergy Foundation of SA.

Instructions for use

Store product in the freezer until ready to consume.

For consumption: Defrost meals for a few hours or overnight in the fridge.

NB! Do not re-freeze products once defrosted and discard any leftover product that has come into contact with your baby’s saliva.


Stovetop: Decant the defrosted meal into a saucepan. Slowly heat, stirring continuously until warm; or

Water bath: Immerse the sealed tub in a bowl of hot water and leave for a few minutes to heat the contents. Remove from water and stir thoroughly; or

Microwave: Remove lid. Safely heat in a microwave for 30 seconds to 1 minute until well-heated, stir in between.

NB! Heating times may vary. Always test the temperature of the meals before feeding your baby.