Join Date: Sep 2004
Location: by the beautiful blue hills of WI
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I think this is an awesome idea!! I would have totally used it when my son was little. I did not enjoy making homemade baby food or toddler food but I wanted my son to have nutritious, wholesome and homemade foods. And FWIW, I know laws vary, but I would not have any problem buying this kind of service if the food was from someone's kitchen. I eat food prepared in non-commercial kitchens all the time, and wouldn't hesitate to give my child food from someone else's clean kitchen.
I'm picturing little tubs of fresh or frozen portions of toddler-friendly foods like soups or stews, cut-up fruits, veggies, all kinds of things. Maybe you could even use little stainless steel or glass containers that the parents could wash and return to you to make it extra eco-friendly and health concious. Little canning jars would be an affordable way to do that, or maybe a restaurant supply store would have a better idea.
I think you are really onto something with this idea. Do you have a name for your business yet?
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