I have to say, I just heard about NurturMe last month in my EcoCentric Mom Baby Box. I received the organic dried food pouches that I can’t wait to try out with Miss Bethany. So when I heard from them yesterday that they were releases new organic toddler snacks I was excited to give them a try! They are on their way to us so I can’t wait to see what the kids think!
I am always on the hunt for fun and convenient toddler snacks that are healthy and easy to take with us on the go. That is just what NurturMe’s new line is all about! The new Yum-a-Roo’s organic dry toddler snacks are made from bite-sized pieces of fruits and veggies that easily dissolve in the mouth. They are suppose to be very tasty and good for your little ones ages 1 year and older. My kids love freeze dried fruits so I am excited to see what the kids think. The Yum-a-Roo’s are extra nutritious since they contain veggies, in addition to fruit, and are dried – a NurturMe process that preserves the nutrients, freshness and flavor.
Each pouch contains a combination of 1.5 servings of fruits and/or veggies. Yum-a-Roo’s are available in four flavors Tropical Twist (Banana, Mango and Pineapple), Caribbean Crop (Pea, Banana and Pineapple), Happy Harvest (Peas, Sweet Corn and Apple) and Bountiful Bites (Banana, Apple and Broccoli). With a suggested retail price of $2.99 per each .75 oz. resealable pouch.
Their snack line is certified organic, gluten-free, non-GMO and kosher and contains no added sugar, salt or preservatives. Yum-a-Roo’s come in small, re-sealable pouches that are perfect for lunchboxes, picnics, road trips, playgrounds, airplanes and of course, zoos!
To celebrate their new product launch, NurturMe has created a free iPad and iPhone App starring “Roo” their adorable Kangaroo character. The fun and educational new App teaches tots about their favorite fruits and veggies. You can download the Yum-A-Roo App here on itunes.
NurturMe products are available online at Amazon, as well as in select Whole Foods, Kroger family and Babies R Us stores across the country. You can visit nurturme.com to see where you can buy their products in your neighborhood.