Yumi Is the All-Natural Baby Food Subscription Customized to Your Child’s Growth
November 27, 2018
Filling your baby’s tummy with healthy, fresh, and nutrient-dense food is crucial to their development and long-term health. But, how do you really know that you’re opting for the best brand? Our rule of thumb is to look for companies that are fully transparent about their ingredients and mission. Take Yumi for example; the premier health and wellness baby food subscription company just launched their national rollout and celebs like Jessica Alba, Whitney Port, and Molly Sims are just a few of their cult followers.
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What’s interesting about Yumi is their focus on guiding parents through their child’s first 1,000 days. At 6 months, a baby’s iron is depleted and so Yumi offers iron-rich foods for brain development. At 9 months Yumi focuses on aiding bone density due to an influx of mobility by providing more calcium. At 12 months, magnesium is a major part of the Yumi diet to help promote restful sleep. Yumi also helps introduce your baby to solids; as your child grows, the texture of their food changes.
Although it may not be for everyone, Yumi is the subscription service for busy parents who are invested in knowing about their child’s nutritional intake and development but may not have the time to do extensive research. Thanks to a team of chefs, doctors, and nutritionists who have created 60+ baby food flavors that blend fresh, seasonal, and gourmet ingredients pulled from local organic farms every week. Each flavor is low in sugar and high in nutrients and ranges in price from $4-$5 a jar depending on your chosen meal plan.
Yumi offers new recipes each week for you to choose from—the recipes are so good the company even has a few adult customers. Plus, the food options are all gluten-free, allergen-free, and the packaging is BPA-free.
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Parents exploring food options for their children can feel confident when considering Yumi. Besides, who wouldn’t want the advantages of home-cooked baby food without having to do any of the work?