This award winning product allows your baby to enjoy lots of delicious foods without the choking risk. Simply put a piece of fruit, vegetables or meat into the mesh bag and snap shut. Your baby can chew, suck and enjoy all the whole food goodness and taste, with only the tiniest, digestible pieces coming through. Your baby gets great flavor and you get great peace of mind. Colors May Vary.
what parents are saying
messy, difficult to hold for little hands and ok to clean. We received these as a gift and found them to seem better than they were. The idea is nice by the mesh is messy! (Nov 16, 2016)
Very difficult to clean the mesh! We only used a few times before throwing it away. Silicone ones are easier to clean but harder for baby to chew (slippery). Overall this product wasn't for us.
May 17, 2019
These work but are a pain to clean. The fruit gets stuck into the net especially strawberries. They also leak a ton when your child chews on the fruit. Messy! There is better out on the market.
Oct 08, 2018
In theory this is great for babies without teeth, however my 6 mo old doesn't seem to like the mesh no matter what I put in it. I think she prefers when i let her munch directly. Could work well!
Jun 13, 2018
I love the idea of these, and they are so nice for introducing larger pieces of solid food, but cleaning was a chore! Once we put a banana in there, it never seemed to come out, despite many washes.
Feb 28, 2018
I love this little feeder. I felt much less scared to give my son new foods because I knew he would have to mush it through the strainer to eait it. The only issue is it can be a pain to clean.
Dec 28, 2017
I was so excited to put frozen fruit in these to help my daughter with teething but they are so hard to clean. I tried to clean by hand and in the dishwasher and could never get all the food off.
Nov 03, 2017
I get the idea behind it, but not the best product. My child didn't like it, they're messy and can get juice everywhere, and so hard to clean. You have to wait until it can just go in the was to use.
Oct 24, 2017