Bambino's Invests in Anchorage

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.

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Alaska Baby Food Brand Grows, Opens Manufacturing Facility

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.

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Bambino's to open new manufacturing facility

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....

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Alaska Dispatch News:
Build a better baby food? That's just what one Alaskan set out to do

Reported from: http://www.adn.com/food-drink/article/anchorage-woman-starts-company-build-better-baby-food/2016/04/29/ Build a better baby food? That's just what one Alaskan set out to do By SHANNON KUHNPublished: April 28, 2016 Zoi Maroudas-Tziolas is an Anchorage resident who launched Bambino’s Baby Food. Zoi Maroudas-Tziolas is a mom on a mission to make baby food more nutritious -- and better tasting, too. Maroudas-Tziolas is the founder of the Alaska company Bambino's Baby Food. Maroudas-Tziolas' family moved to Alaska in the '80s from a Greek island village off the coast of Italy when she was 4 years old. "Like every ambitious immigrant, my parents wanted to create opportunities for their children," she said. Soon after settling in Anchorage, they opened Spenard's iconic Pizza Olympia across from REI. I went there recently,...

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Alaska Business Monthly:
Alaska Grown from Farm to Freezer

Reposted from: http://www.akbizmag.com/Alaska-Business-Monthly/April-2016/Bambinos-Baby-Food-is-Alaska-Grown-from-Farm-to-Freezer/ Bambino’s Baby Food is Alaska Grown from Farm to Freezer Manufacturing start-up expands production, plans dedicated facility BY HEATHER A. RESZ Published: April 29, 2016 Dr. William Campbell watched Zoi Maroudas growing up working in her family’s Anchorage restaurant. These days, he’s watching with interest as she creates her own business out of giving baby food a nutritious and delicious makeover. As a psychiatrist, he says he’s fascinated by Maroudas’ effort to introduce tasty food that is good for babies early in life. “The fact that this baby food tastes really good is a huge step,” Campbell says. Bambino’s Baby Food line—including Yummy Yams, Googly Carrots, Hungry Munchkin, Salmon Basket, and Happy Peas—is formulated to be nutritionally balanced...

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Product Review: Bambino’s Baby Food by Smart Mommy Healthy Baby

  "Bambino’s Baby Food makes organic fresh frozen baby meals that are inspired by the Mediterranean diet to provide healthy and nutritious meals for babies and toddlers, without the use of any additives, preservatives, or GMOs. The foods are also kosher, and there are gluten-free and vegetarian selections available." Read more at: http://smartmommyhealthybaby.com/2016/01/product-review-bambinos-baby-food/

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Frozen Organic Bambinos Baby Food Company KTBY Alaska

Founder of Bambinos Baby Food Company Zoi Maroudas interviewed by Marissa Silvers from KTBY Fox 4. Discussion includes how Bambinos products are healthier and fresher than any other baby food product currently available in the market. Kosher Organic and 100 present organic. Superior nutrition with amazing flavors that will keep baby wanting more and parents pleased with the quality and nutrition . Baby food that's just like homemade and so much more!  

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Anchor Marlena Hamilton (KWTX) gives Bambinos Baby Food a taste!

Founder Zoi Maroudas talks about Bambinos Baby Food. Kosher Organic Natural Baby Food company. Marlena Hamilton and Nathan Gogo at KWTX taste the baby food on air and loved every spoonful. Baby meal showcased Hali Halibut and Googly Carrots. Bambinos products can be bought directly from the site below or ask local grocery stores. Nationwide delivery available. www. BambinosbabyFood.com

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Our Happy Peas brings a sweet smile to a baby Girl.

Happy Peas is one of our top sellers which offers an astonishing 43% of the DV of DHA. DHA is also know as Omega-3  important for healthy growth and brain development.  Perfect for babies as little as 4 months of age. All of our baby food products are super quick and easy to prepare. We offer preprepared Organic Frozen baby meals that can be enjoyed within minutes. 

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The First Ever Refrigerated Baby Food Fights Obesity

Founder Zoi Maroudas-Tziolas has both a medical background  and owns a Greek and Italian restaurant in Alaska. “When I saw the Obesity and Allergy rates from the  National Institutes of Health I was disturbed,” she says on her website. “My medical studies at Baylor University have helped me to create a baby food line that is not just a mix of boiled fruits and vegetable, but a real, savory, nutritious recipe.” See KWTX Interview.... 

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