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Mashups®
strawberry, blackberry & blueberry

Mashups® applesauce with strawberry, blackberry & blueberry is a delicious blend of vibrant fruits. These organic pureed kids’ snacks are great for tossing in the lunchbox or eating on-the-go.

  • No sugar added*
  • Good source of vitamin C
  • Certified Organic & Non-GMO Project Verified
  • Kosher Parve
  • Non-BPA packaging & recyclable cap
  • Convenient, resealable & portable pouch for on-the-go eating
  • Clear-bottom pouch

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INGREDIENTS
Organic apple puree, organic strawberry puree, organic blackberry puree, organic blueberry puree, ascorbic acid.

*Not a low calorie food. See Nutrition Facts for information on sugars & calorie content.

Learn more about our ingredients.
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You might be wondering...
Do you offer samples and coupons?
While we don’t offer samples, we do periodically post coupons and host giveaways on our social channels. Be sure to follow us on Facebook and Instagram to stay in the loop!
How long are products good for after opening?
For optimal quality and freshness, we do recommend that you refrigerate any open pouch that’s not yet empty, and consume the contents within 24 hours.
Are your pouches recyclable?
Our pouch is not recyclable, but it does leave a smaller environmental footprint than the glass baby food jar. The amount of packaging per gram of food is almost 11 times smaller for the pouch as compared to the glass jar.

We’re also actively searching for alternative earth-friendly materials that can be used for food-grade products. We’ve even partnered with industry leaders, such as Materials Recovery for the Future and OSC2, to find new types of recyclable materials.

The cap is too small to go through the regular recycling system. Collect your caps and send them back to Preserve or drop them off at the nearest Preserve bin (find a location here).

Better yet, check out some creative ways to reuse our caps.

What does it mean to be USDA Certified Organic?
Implemented in 2002, the USDA Organics certification system went through over a decade of development. For packaged foods, only products that contain at least 95% organically produced ingredients (the other 5% must come from an approved National Organic Program list) can use the seal on its packaging and must be made in facilities that are certified to meet strict USDA Organic guidelines. Certified by an independent third-party, all USDA Certified Organic products must show documentation that allows full traceability from the retailer shelves to the field where the organic ingredients were grown.
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