Which of your foods contain allergens?

All of our 16 recipes are allergen free.

Is your product WIC approved?

Yes.

Unrefrigerated fruits and vegetables go bad without added preservatives. How can your food keep in cups and still be 100% natural?

We gently cook the product with indirect heat, similar to that in a double boiler.This deactivates enzymes and bacteria that can break down food, similar to what you do when canning at home. Followed with an air-tight seal.

How should the food be served?

We recommend serving at room temperature or slightly warmed.

Where can I find Yummy Cups?

Look for us in the baby food aisle at San Antonio HEB locations.

How many flavors are available?

Yummy Cups are available in 18 delicious, nutritious stage 2 flavors.

Are Yummy Cups made of a safe plastic?

Yes! Resealable Yummy Cups are BPA- and phthalate-free.

Are Yummy Cups reusable?

Yes! Reuse our resealable cups to store household objects, nails, and more, just keep them out of baby’s reach. Pre-sort snack size portions of finger foods and toss them in your diaper bag for mom-on-the-go convenience.

Do you add salt, sugar, artificial preservatives and colors or fillers to Yummy Cups?

No, we use only the finest organic produce in your baby’s foods. Start with the best, no need for the rest.

Why is organic and non-GMO important?

Our bodies have a hard time processing anything that’s not natural. Pesticides, herbicides and GMO plants are shown to cause our body to work harder to eliminate the waste, lowering immunity and digestive health. For your baby’s best start to peak growth, brain development and a lifetime of a happy digestive system, start them off right with Yummy Organics baby food.

Where is the Yummy Organics produce grown?

The vast majority of our produce is grown California, Oregon and Washington State on organic, non-GMO farms. Our Tropical fruits are grown in Central and South America on Organic Farms.

How much should my baby eat each day?

Every baby's needs are different and will depend primarily on their size and appetite. Developmental stages may also affect their appetite. For example, a growth spurt may mean they will want to eat greater quantities more often while teething may cause them to eat less and be pickier with food. Follow your baby's lead on how much and when they want to eat.

What if my baby won’t eat something should I keep giving it to him/her?

Pushing food away or spitting it out is natural part of baby's exploration of food. Continue trying the food in daily intervals so long as it is not causing your child to be unwell or have an allergic reaction.

I just started my baby on solids – how much should I offer?

Welcome to the exciting world of solid food – such an exciting time! Just remember that their first tastes usually start off small, usually less than a tablespoon or two. Eventually they’ll work their way up to eating more. Remember, in these early days healthy eating habits are being established so it’s important to always follow your baby’s hunger and fullness cues.

I think my baby is ready for solids – how do I know for sure and what should I start with?

That’s so exciting! Every baby is different so be sure to check in with your pediatrician to see if your child is ready to start the solid food adventure.Around the middle of the first year, babies may be ready if they have good head control and can sit up with help. Once you and your pediatrician have decided your baby is ready, start with iron fortified baby cereal to help provide this important nutrient. Don’t worry if your baby doesn’t know what to do or really eat much, they are learning how to get their first tastes so more may end up on their bib than in their mouth!

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