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Second Blends
hearty veggie meal: corn, kale, carrot & tomato

Hearty Veggie Meals (6+ months), a Stage 2 baby food line of vegetables and beans or grains, are perfect for the introduction of new flavors and colors. Using only organic ingredients, the blends are in a convenient, resealable pouch that’s perfect for flexible portions.

  • Certified Organic & Non-GMO Project Verified
  • Unsweetened & unsalted
  • Non-BPA packaging & child safe, recyclable cap
  • Convenient, re-sealable & portable pouch for on-the-go feeding

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

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INGREDIENTS
WATER, ORGANIC CORN PUREE, ORGANIC KALE PUREE, ORGANIC CARROTS, ORGANIC TOMATO PASTE, ORGANIC WHOLE OAT FLOUR, ORGANIC QUINOA FLAKES, ORGANIC EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL.

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You might be wondering...
What is the ratio of fruit to vegetables in your Second Blends?
Ratio of fruits to veggies varies depending on flavor. They can be anywhere from a half to full serving per pouch. We recommend consuming a variety of pouches for a good range of color, nutrients and tastes. And we always recommend incorporating local, seasonal varieties of veggies and fruit as soon as baby moves onto more textured meals or whenever your lifestyle permits.
Are herbs and spices safe for my baby?
Spices can be traced to the start of civilizations around the world, and have been added to baby food in different countries for generations. We thoroughly research the attributes of the herbs and spices in our baby food, such as sage and tarragon, and have worked closely with leading pediatric advisor and nutrition expert, Dr. Alan Greene throughout our product development. Also, we only add a hint of each herb or spice in our baby products since baby’s brand-new taste buds need a much smaller amount.
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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.

How do I know if I have a defective pouch?
Our pouches have a tamper evident seal that clicks during opening, keeping the product fresh. Our pouch food is cooked, and utilize a specific blend of ingredients and balanced acidity levels to ensure product safety. However, in rare instances a pouch may become compromised. Be sure to always check that the pouch is not leaking or bloated before giving it to a child, as it signifies a quality issue. If you notice that the pouch packaging has been compromised in any way, such as a bloating, or a tear or puncture, we do not advise or recommend that you feed the product to your little one.
Are purees pasteurized?
Our pouch products are either pasteurized or thermally processed to ensure product safety and shelf stability.
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