Baby Cubes & more™ Asks Moms to Trade In Their Conventional Jarred Baby Food for Fresh, Certified Organic
Baby Cubes & more, providing the highest quality organic food for babies and toddlers, wants to help health-conscious moms around the country get their babies off to a nutritious start. March is National Nutrition Month, and to celebrate, they’re inviting moms to trade in a label from their conventional baby food for a free sample of BabyCubes™ certified organic baby food.2/22/07 // Host a Babies n’ Moms Get-Together » read more
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Share the delight and nutritional benefits of Baby Cubes & more with your favorite babies and moms at a fun hosting event—and get a week’s worth of free BabyCubes, or a charitable donation if you prefer!
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Meet, greet, and eat—while you discover new BabyCubes flavors!
To our valued customers:
There have been recent reports in the media concerning an organic baby food recall by Earth¹s Best due to possible botulism contamination. The company released a press statement on its website about the recall of its Wholesome Breakfast Apple Peach Barley second foods jar.
Baby Cubes & More would like to ease any concerns parents may have about our products. The botulism bacteria can grow and produce toxins in foods that meet very specific conditions. These include an oxygen-deprived environment, found in can and jar foods, and room temperature storage. Since BabyCubes’ vegetables and fruits are flash frozen immediately after pasteurization, this prevents any bacterial activity. In addition, all our products have oxygen present in the packaging.2/13/07 // Welcome to new Baby Cubes & more web site! » read more
We heard your concerns and suggestions and created this web site to better serve you when purchasing BabyCubes baby food. We hope that you find this site easy to use and informative. In the days to come you will find many interesting articles and advice to all us parents with young children. We have created a team of Advisors who will be answering your questions and giving parents advice on numerous issues, including feeding, sleeping, and parenting. Please don’t forget to check out web site for exiting announcements!
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Laura Dorazio used to be a new mom worried about what to feed her son.
The thought of 6-month-old Dillon eating solids and jarred food that had been sitting on a shelf for who knows how long didn’t appeal, she said.
“A lot of people said, ‘I don’t know why you’re so stressed about it. It’s just food. Go to the store and buy the jars. Everyone does,’” Dorazio, 25, recalled. “I just didn’t feel that’s what I wanted him to have.”1/15/07 // Organic Baby Food In Convenient Portions » read more
One of the best ways to capture the freshest produce in season is to freeze it. Nami has taken the concept to the ice cub tray and created Baby Cubes in the most delicious assortment of fruits and vegetables. All-natural, nothing is added but the goodness of Mother Nature—which makes Nami Baby Cubes a boon for children with allergies You can defrost one cube at a time, so there’s no waste. If baby doesn’t eat it, we promise that you’ll want to.1/11/07 // Iria Nishimura on Talk Radio » read more
Natural Moms Talk Radio is all about learning to trust your mothering instincts. Being a natural mom doesn’t mean being perfect. It means being confident that you have everything you need to raise your child. We believe that you are the expert of your baby. Let us help you get in touch with the wisdom you already possess.1/03/07 // New company offers organic menu for tiny gourmands » read more
Los Altos resident Peggy Weimer was used to cooking up batches of vegetables for her baby daughter. It was a healthful alternative to jarred food, she thought.
But after chopping, steaming and freezing the pureed vegetables into cubes, Weimer said she was exhausted. The healthful, homemade formula was “taking away from the time I could be spending with her,” she said.11/15/06 // Live Feed: Banishing Bad Baby Food » read more
NECESSITY may be the mother of invention, but in the case of San Jose’s Iria Nishimura, it was motherhood that necessitated her invention. Four years ago, Nishimura had her first son. When it came time to wean him onto solid food, she was disappointed by what she found on the market. She wanted to feed him organic baby food, but didn’t like what she found. While there were several brands of organic baby food available, the jars’ long shelf lives and additives like ascorbic acid turned her off.11/08/06 // Oh, baby! Fancy new eats for the highchair set » read more
Pass the peas with mint and fruity rice pudding. Toddling in the footsteps of grown-up fare, baby food is going upscale.
Forget jarred mystery mush. A growing array of companies is serving up refrigerated or frozen baby eats focused on sound nutrition and fresh taste. Loaded with organic ingredients—and price tags to match—new baby foods are arriving on doorsteps and grocery shelves.11/05/06 // Baby (food) geniuses » read more
Matthew Lepper is an organic gourmet in training.
For lunch, he’ll sample a puree of organic carrots, apples and tofu. For dinner, it’ll be organic pasta marinara. A specialty food company in Los Angeles prepares his meals without artificial ingredients or fillers, packs them in jars and delivers them chilled to Matthew’s doorstep in Orange.
By the way, Matthew is 10 months old.10/29/06 // Forget the mashed peas—you’ve come a long way, baby food » read more
Elisabeth Bray loves organic golden beets. Jonas Ackerman is partial to Knoll Farms figs from the farmers’ market. And Aixia Curlee prefers papaya for breakfast.
They sound like typical persnickety Bay Area diners. The only difference is that they are all under a year old.10/05/06 // Iced is nice for baby » read more
I can’t get that song Ice Ice Baby out of my head. I’m not a Vanilla Ice fan (is anyone?), but I’m a fan of the new wave of frozen organic baby foods.
Organic baby food comes in jars, of course, but nutrition experts say frozen beats jarred for preserving the nutrients in produce. To serve, just pop a frozen cup or cube in the microwave or a saucepan. No processing, no preservatives, just pure organic fruit, vegetable and grain purées with amazingly bright flavor.9/25/06 // Organic Baby Food In Convenient Portions » read more
One of the best ways to capture the freshest produce in season is to freeze it. Nami has taken the concept to the ice cub tray and created Baby Cubes in the most delicious assortment of fruits and vegetables. All-natural, nothing is added but the goodness of Mother Nature—which makes Nami Baby Cubes a boon for children with allergies You can defrost one cube at a time, so there’s no waste. If baby doesn’t eat it, we promise that you’ll want to.9/14/06 // Mom’s idea leads to new business: frozen cubes of organic baby food » read more
As a registered nurse with years of experience dealing with children’s health issues, Iria Nishimura knew what she wanted to feed her newborn sons, and it wasn’t any baby food in a jar. “When you open those jars, they smell pretty bad, and they don’t look like they should look. They have a shelf life of two or three years, and they all have additives or preservatives,” she says. “I didn’t want to give that to my baby.”9/06/06 // Mother’s organic baby food line has kids eating their vegetables » read more
Health-conscious parents in search of easy-to-prepare, natural baby food for their children are in luck. One Willow Glen resident has rallied to the call. Iria Nishimura, owner of Baby Cubes & More, will offer NAMI frozen vegetable and fruit cubes to consumers online starting Sept. 5.9/01/06 // Say “Aaahh!” Organic baby foods & the upside of stress » read more
The latest culinary trend, organic, has trickled down to baby food, made fresh and shipped right to your door or available at select retailers. Developed by moms, these infant and toddler edibles have higher price tags, but they tout convenience and better nutrition.