From Connected Cribs to Nutritious Halal Baby Foods

 - Jan 28, 2017
2016 baby trends have not been immune to the infusion of technology and artisanal practices into consumer purchasing habits that can be seen in almost all other areas of the market. With everything from baby products that enhance lifestyles with tech, to foods that are based in natural ingredients and artisanal crafting – 2016 baby trends continue to be diverse and far-reaching.

One particular example of this fact is the 'Snoo' smart crib designed by Yves Behar. The crib is able to rock babies to sleep after detecting excessive movement or crying. It is also accompanied by an app that allows parents to track and monitor their children's sleeping habits.

The 'For Aisha' range of baby foods provides a range of edible items for infants that are healthy, flavorful and adhere to cultural standards. With halal ingredients and options that include chicken and quinoa, sweet potato curry and green bean and lamb curry – the collection is nothing if not dynamic.

For those seeking to further explore market insights and trends, Trend Hunter's 2017 Trend Report dives deeper into the many ways in which innovators are looking towards the future.