Bambino’s Baby Food Sockeye Salmon Bisque Frozen Star Shaped Meals
Superfood for developing brains, each serving packs a nutritional punch in Omega-3s, vitamin A and beta carotene.
This delicious baby food contains sustainably-harvested wild Alaska sockeye salmon, The best Alaskan pure organic carrots, organic onions, organic celery, organic yellow potatoes, organic brown rice and organic cold-pressed extra virgin olive oil. All our infant and toddler are kosher, all natural and contain no additives. Gentle on the developing digestive system and delicious for little taste buds.
What is included?
One month's supply -- about 24 meals -- in 6 resealable packages. Each package contains 15 frozen stars. Save with a monthly subscription.
Where is this made?
This 100% organic meal is handcrafted by a small, mother-owned company in Alaska. Our veggies are grown on a family farm with nutrient-rich glacier water in the untainted soils of Palmer, Alaska. Our wild Alaska seafood comes from the best local fisheries.
Who is this for?
Sockeye Salmon Bisque is nutritionist- and allergist-approved for bambinos 5 months and up.
Bambino’s Baby Food is also a nutritious option for individuals with sensory sensitivities, who are recovering from gastric or dental surgeries, managing gastroparesis or cancer, or pursuing muscle building and weight loss goals.
How do I use it?
There are 4 ways to enjoy Bambino’s Baby Food. For ages 4 months to 3 years.
- As a popsicle. Allow two minutes at room temperature to thaw slightly. Teething babies enjoy grasping and chewing on the frozen star shapes. Perfect for ages 4+ months.
- As a textured meal. Place frozen stars in a tempered bowl and microwave in 30-second increments until desired texture is achieved. Best for ages 12+ months.
- As a puree for ages 4+ months new to solids. Follow the steps for the textured meal, adding bottled water as needed to achieve smooth puree consistency.
- As little ones grow and ready for more texture pour melted Bambino's Baby Food over rice, oats, pasta and quinoa.