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Each SpoonfulOne product includes peanuts, milk, shellfish (shrimp), tree nuts (almonds, cashews, hazelnuts, pecans, pistachios, and walnuts), egg, fish (cod and salmon), grains (oats and wheat), soy, and sesame. From North America to New Zealand, we source only the highest quality foods to include the best proteins for our products. Our products are Certified Organic and contain no artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives.

Mix-in Ingredients: (ORGANIC CASHEW FLOUR, PECAN FLOUR, PISTACHIO FLOUR, HAZELNUT FLOUR, ORGANIC WALNUT FLOUR, ORGANIC PEANUT FLOUR, ORGANIC ALMOND PROTEIN, OAT PROTEIN, ORGANIC EGGS, ORGANIC SESAME PROTEIN POWDER, ORGANIC SOY POWDER, SALMON, SHRIMP, COD, ORGANIC WHEAT GLUTEN, ORGANIC MILK PROTEIN CONCENTRATE, SALT, ROSEMARY EXTRACT), ORGANIC CANE SUGAR, NATURAL FLAVORS
 

Starting as early as 4-months-old, our Mix-ins are an ideal way to integrate all of the foods most commonly responsible for food allergies into your baby's diet.

Bottle Ready - We developed SpoonfulOne Mix-ins to be compatible with either formula or breast milk. So whatever your baby enjoys and supports your family’s feeding preferences will work perfectly.

Solids Foods - Mix one packet into your child's favorite food until fully blended and enjoy immediately. Mix-ins are also perfect for purees, smoothies, or any food your child enjoys during infancy through toddlerhood.

SpoonfulOne Mix-ins can be paired with breast milk and offered through a bottle as early as 4 months, if you’re able and willing to pump. If you prefer to exclusively breastfeed, we recommend using SpoonfulOne Mix-ins in whatever first foods you offer your baby. Food introduction ideally begins around 4-6 months of age.

No. The nutrients in SpoonfulOne will not alter breast milk or formula.

For optimal flow, we recommend using a size 3 nipple or larger to help prevent the Mix-in from clogging your baby’s bottle. If you still have issues with clogging, you can try a “Y” cut nipple.

No. Ideally, each SpoonfulOne pack should be used and finished in one feeding.