From Infant-Specific Cereals to DIY Baby Food Subscriptions

By: Katherine Pendrill - Sep 24, 2016
As the September 2016 infant trends reveal, nutrition is a major concern for parents. Not only are moms and dads looking for healthier baby food options, but they are also turning to subscription services as a way to simplify the task of feeding their young child.

When it comes to baby food, parents are no longer content with the same fruit and vegetable mixtures they enjoyed as infants. Indeed, brands are consistently experimenting with new products, flavors and ingredients to give parents a wider range of options to choose from. Some of these innovative food products include infant-specific cereals, superfood baby blends and transitional baby purees.

For parents who value convenience, a number of companies now offer handy subscription services for baby food products. For instance, Shoogies NYC delivers organic, handmade baby foods directly to customers. On the other hand, Lilly & Bella is a DIY subscription service that delivers fresh ingredients and instructions to help parents make their own baby food from scratch.