Yes. This is also to make it easier to re-order as you can view all your prior orders.
Orders placed by Wednesday 5:00 p.m. will be delivered on Sunday between 3:00 – 6:00 p.m.
Each week we will deliver your fresh food in a cooler bag with an ice pack. Upon delivery take the fresh food and immediately put it in the fridge. Put any unused rinsed jars in the cooler bag and give it back to the driver. We will inspect, wash and sanitize the jars before reusing them.
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Eggs, milk, mustard, peanuts, fish, sesame, soy, sulphites, tree nuts and wheat.
Unopened jars will last up to 5 days in the fridge and 30 days in the freezer. Once a jar has been opened we recommend consuming the food within 3 days. Each jar is marked with a “best before” date.
If you know your baby will not finish a whole jar in one feeding, we recommend taking out a smaller portion. Any uneaten food can be enjoyed by you or thrown out.
We recommend one of two ways:
- 1) Put the jar in a bath of hot water for a few minutes until desired temperature is reached.
- 2) Remove desired amount and heat in small pot on the stove
You may also choose to serve the food cold.
If there is any food remaining after your little one is done eating, you can enjoy it yourself or throw it out.
Yes. As the food is made fresh, we recommend freezing upon delivery. Thaw the jars overnight in the fridge. The jars are freezer safe.
We currently deliver throughout Toronto, Etobicoke, Mississauga, Richmond Hill, Aurora, King City, Oak Ridges, Kleinburg, Maple, Concord, Vaughan, Woodbridge, Thornhill, North York and Markham. Click here to see if you are in our service area.
No. Delivery is FREE within our service area.
All of our meals are packaged in glass jars with BPA-free lids and delivered to you in a cooler bag with an ice pack.
We deliver once a week on Sundays between 2:00 – 6:00 p.m.
To ensure food safety, we strongly recommend someone is home and available to receive your food upon delivery. As soon as you receive the food put it in the fridge or freezer. The food must be kept refrigerated as there is nothing to preserve it except the cold temperature (4 degrees or below).