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pear, cauliflower, cherry & raisin

The first bites of solid food are as much a milestone for mom and dad as they are for baby. Knowing that mealtime is a big deal for both of you, we created a refreshingly simple way to serve our organic, culinary-inspired purees— a lightweight bowl you can pop open and serve by the spoonful. Designed to stack, spoon and reseal like a dream, we’re picking up where the jar left off.

  • Culinary-inspired, trend forward blends not typically found in baby jars
  • Patented shape ideal for holding, spooning, resealing and stacking
  • Freshness marker on every bowl for tracking day of opening
  • USDA certified organic, no genetically modified ingredients
  • Made from recyclable, non-BPA plastic

We work hard to keep website information current, but please refer to the actual package for the most up-to-date product information.

Organic pear puree, organic cauliflower, organic cherry puree, water, organic raisin puree, organic lemon juice concentrate.

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You might be wondering...
Are your products Non-GMO?
Plum products are always made without genetically modified ingredients. Plum is also a proud member of the Non-GMO Project with over 50 percent of our portfolio certified and the rest underway! Check out which products have the stamp here.
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.
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. In most cases your child will adapt to the taste and texture within this period and accept the food. It can sometimes take several weeks for a baby to accept a food. Research has shown that introducing as many different foods to your baby as early as possible, makes for less picky eaters later in life.
Are your Baby Bowls recyclable?
Our bowl and lid are curbside recyclable. Please rinse both pieces before you place them in your recycling bin. The freshness seal should be thrown away.

Why sustainable packaging?
As a certified B Corp, we believe in using business as a force for good. That means considering the greater impact of everything we do — like the effect our food packaging has on the environment.

Our dream is to have all of Plum’s packaging be 100% recyclable. It’s something we’re working on every day. In the meantime, we’ve joined How2Recycle — a labeling system that makes it easier to sort our waste and recyclables. Proper sorting helps keep contaminates out of the recycling stream, making the process far more effective and efficient.
What is a Public Benefit Corporation?
A Public Benefit Corporation, or simply Benefit Corporation, is a legal status administered by the state, like an LLC or C Corp. In contrast to more traditional corporate forms, Benefit Corporations can legally balance pecuniary interests of shareholders (profit) and their stated social or environmental mission. Plum reincorporated as a public benefit corporation in the state of Delaware on August 1, 2013. Instead of Plum, Inc, we're now Plum, PBC.