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Baby Gourmet

Your baby is ready for a protein-packed taste adventure, and the FDA is on board, recommending that a six-month to one-year-old needs about 13 to 15 grams of protein a day, according to their Recommended Daily Intake (RDI). Luckily, pureed fruit, vegetable, meat, and whole grain combos are having a moment with babies of all ages, helping them to grow strong, and healthy, especially while weaning to table food.

Modeled after meals you would have yourself, Baby Gourmet's organic, low acid, high protein meals  were created with adventurous eaters in mind.  Staring at 6 months with flavors including Sweet Potato, Apple and Chicken, and progressing into months 7 and 8 with Veggie Beef Bolognese and Pasta Stars, Baby Gourmet's nutritious pouches designed to satisfy baby’s taste buds while prioritizing nutritional needs.

About Baby Gourmet 

100% goodness

highest quality organic ingredients
Babies are our most precious gifts and we believe in nourishing them with the purest, most natural foods available. That’s why we use only the very best, non-GMO organic ingredients – no fillers, added sugar or salt, or artificial preservatives of any kind. 
With each choice we make – from choosing an ingredient to tasting our final product – we are passionately dedicated to creating the highest quality baby and toddler food on the market. This is our priority and we will never compromise. 

our story began at home

I remember when my daughter, Finley, was six months old. I went to the grocery store and bought a couple jars of baby food. After opening a jar of strained green beans, I knew instantly I wasn’t going to feed her anything I wouldn’t eat myself. I definitely wasn’t going to eat that jar of green beans! From that day forward, I committed myself to making my own baby meals from scratch. I created delicious recipes we both loved!
My sister, Jill, and I grew up with wholesome, flavourful food. Baby Gourmet was born because we wanted the best for our kids. We know your babies will love our great tasting, organic baby food as much as ours did.
Jen's Signature


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