THIS BABY COOKIE CLAIMS TO REDUCE PEANUT ALLERGY RISK BY 80% The Peanut Mani, the newest product from Bambino’s Frozen Baby Food, is the first peanut allergy prevention cookie for babies 4 months and up. Bambino founder and CEO Zoi Maroudas says feeding your child one cookie per day for 18 months can reduce the likelihood of developing a peanut allergy by 80 percent. And this month, allergists presented it to the American Allergy Foundation Conference as being effective for high risk infants.
Zoi Maroudas comes from a long line of organic farmers. Originally from Greece, Maroudas immigrated to the United States with her family when she was four-years-old. "They were organic farmers then. They didn't know what organic farming was," she said. "It was just the natural way of farming, and it was just what was done." Entrepreneurship is in Maroudas' blood. Her parents opened Pizza Olympia in 1984, on the corner of Spenard. In fact, the family pizzeria is on the same lot where Maroudas' own business would open a little over two decades later. Maroudas attended Baylor Medical School and her background is in biology. Combining her education and heritage came naturally when she decided to start her own business. "My...
Full Access NYC - Bambino’s Frozen Baby Food From Entrepreneur Zoi Maroudas Over the past 20 years the public has become more conscious about the food they are eating. Many processed foods on the market are filled with sugar, additives and preservatives. There has been an insurgence of nutritionists and bodybuilders coaching their clients that the only way to improve your health is through eating the proper meals. Zoi Maroudas is neither a nutritionist nor a bodybuilder but a well-educated individual who has seen the same pitfalls in food consumption in America. She is a native of the island of Zakynthos in Greece where she learned at an early age the importance of a well-balanced diet. Her family comes from a farming...
Bambino’s Baby Foods founder Zoi Maroudas speaks at a press conference June 6 in the Atwood Building in Anchorage alongside Gov. Bill Walker and other members of the state delegation that traveled to China in May to explore new trade possibilities.
Every parent wants to give their child the best and it all starts with high-quality, nutritious, and delicious meals. By providing one’s child with the right meal options, parents can ensure that their child is well taken care of and has all of the nutrition that they need to grow stronger and healthy. Of course, the trouble is actually finding quality food options on the market. These days, many products are made with preservatives and low-quality ingredients that can detract from their overall health. Rather than put one’s child at risk, the better solution is to try a natural formula that provides balanced nutrition and without any harmful substances. With that, this review would like to introduce Bambinos Baby Food. What...
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Beyond traditional purees, Bambinos Baby Food believes that the quality and type of food a child eats is directly related to their quality of health and life. Founded by a working mom, the brand creates organic, frozen, whole food meals including carrots, peas, and yams, fish, stews, and even cookies packed with nutrients your baby needs. The company has also created the first peanut allergy prevention cookie that can help reduce your little's chance of developing the allergy by up to 80 percent. Designed and harvested in Alaska and shipped all over the U.S., Bambinos is a delivery service unlike any other. https://www.romper.com/p/can-you-get-fresh-baby-food-delivered-these-5-services-make-it-happen-64331
The founder and mother of two incorporated her medical background and Mediterranean diet, to produce the nation’s leading frozen organic baby food. Bambinos Baby Food is advocated by pediatricians and allergists for nutrition, superior flavor and allergy prevention. Every product is sourced from fresh organic Alaskan ingredients.
Zoi Maroudas-Tziolas is the founder and the CEO of the company Bambinos Baby Food which provides frozen food for babies. She makes organic fresh frozen meals for babies and toddlers, without additives, preservatives or GMOs. The foods are also kosher, and there are gluten-free and vegetarian selections available. Her family moved to Alaska in the ’80s from the Greek island Zakynthos when she was 4 years old. “Like every ambitious immigrant, my parents wanted to create opportunities for their children,” she said.
A food product innovation for teething babies was just launched by Bambino's Baby Food Founder and CEO Zoi Maroudas, a leader in infant nutrition and development. The frozen star-shaped meals are a game changer, providing nutrient-rich, gum-soothing popsicle-like meals.
Bambino's Baby Food receives Manufacture of The Year Award from State of Alaska. Healthy, clean and nutrient rich meals for infants, toddlers and adults with digestive and swallowing challenges. We are honored to take this nutritional journey together with our families. "We create fresh and delicious meals and ship directly our families home nationwide and welcome every parent to come see and learn about our process and ingredients", shares Zoi Maroudas President Founder of Bambino's.
Bambinos Baby Food is known for its peanut allergy prevention cookie. The Peanut Mani cookie, has the exact daily amount of natural peanut protein to help desensitize infants from ever developing the peanut allergy and has the success rate of 85%. http://www.babyandkidsmagazine.com/enewsletter/090517.html
“Everything comes in star shapes, especially all the frozen baby food, which is designed to be tactile for a little one to pick up,” Maroudas said. “They’re able to put each area between the star to numb their gums and allow them to eat. As they get older they can enjoy it as a popsicle or a quick snack, or you can melt it down to the consistency you want. Heat it all the way up and it becomes a velvety smooth bisque.” http://www.anchoragepress.com/food_and_drink/press-eats-bambinos-of-all-ages/article_e038d7f4-cf0c-11e7-aefa-bf6de90bd677.html
Parents Against Crime Coalition (PACC) is hosting Zoi Maroudas-Tziolas, founder of Zoi’s Food 4 Life and Bambino’s Baby Food aspresenter. Zoi’s presentation will focus on the influence of healthy eating from infancy to childhood to adulthood. Zoi is providing her services pro bono as a way of giving back to Baylor and the Waco community. She credits the knowledge that she gained as a biology, pre-med, and business student at Baylor and her experience in working since childhood in her parents’ Greek restaurant for providing the impetus that motivated her to start her own healthy foods business. “Zoi Maroudas, …mother of two, has used her medical background and intimate knowledge of the Mediterranean diet to help grow strong, healthy babies. Little ones...
Combined with her medical background, she devised pure organic baby foods to distribute nationally and globally. Hers is the first national baby food subscription company that ships directly to parents anywhere in the U.S. http://www.alaskajournal.com/2017-11-15/alaska-sba-office-hosts-amazon-e-commerce-workshop#.Whpms2Q-ffY
Maroudas Commended for Commitment to Improving Childhood Nutrition Anchorage, AK, Nov 6, 2017 - Zoi Maroudas, Founder and CEO of Bambino’s Frozen Baby Food and expert an infant nutrition, was honored by the State of Texas with a resolution that commended her for “dedication to improving childhood nutrition.” The resolution was signed and presented by Texas Rep. Charles “Doc” Anderson following Maroudas’ presentation on nutrition at Baylor University in Waco. Concurrently, City of Waco Mayor Kyle Deaver proclaimed November 2, 2017, as “Zoi Maroudas-Tziolas Day” in honor of Maroudas’ “outstanding leadership and commitment to health and nutrition,” citing specifically “the development of Bambino’s Frozen Baby Food, which contributes to the well-being of infants, children, and adults with a variety of health...
This issue of the Baylor Business Review features the leadership perspective of alumni Zoi Maroudas as she reflects on her experiences that prepared her to lead a national company that is a leader in infant nutrition. Read the story here.
Today the Bambino's Frozen Baby Food new manufacturing facility made the news in two top food industry publications. Frozen Foods Biz wrote a great feature the profiled our current business, our unique customers and our secondary market among adults. See the story here. Just Food is an online portal focused on the international food industry. Check out their news brief on our expansion here.
On August 31, the Anchorage NBC affiliate KTUU ran this story about local and national businesses that are investing in Anchorage despite the state experiencing an economic downturn. As Founder and CEO Zoi Maroudas says, "...there are so many qualities that Alaska has that no other place, that no other state can compete. "And as the economy is suffering in different directions, I think this is a great time to motivate, inspire and not give up." Watch the video here.
As a result of growing national demand, Alaska’s multi-award-winning baby food brand will open a manufacturing facility and storefront in Anchorage, Alaska. Bambino’s Frozen Baby Food’s uniquely Alaskan, hand-crafted recipes featuring Alaska grown vegetables and wild Alaska seafood are flash frozen and shipped door-to-door to families across the country.
Join us in celebrating the Grand Opening and national launch of the new Bambino's manufacturing facility. We are excited to open our doors to all parents and families to see where and how our Alaska organically-grown, locally-harvested Bambinos Baby Food is made. We believe in transparency, traceability, quality, and freshness, and we are honored to take this nutritional journey with your family. The day will be filled with delicious organic Greek and Italian food samples, giveaways, baby food samples, fun infant activities, educational information for infant allergy prevention, nutrition, and food preparation. Infants and toddlers can have their photos taken by a professional photographer and enter to be in Bambinos Baby National Holiday News. Visit, learn and join us on September 1st....