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Ella's Kitchen Organic Baby Food Peaches Plus Bananas (4 Plus Months), 3.5 Ounce Pouches (Pack of 7)


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Peaches Plus Bananas
  • 100% Organic. 100% fresh fruits and vegetables
  • Shelf-stable. No refrigeration required.
  • Convenient pouch packaging
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Ella's Kitchen Organic Baby Food Peaches Plus Bananas (4 Plus Months), 3.5 Ounce Pouches (Pack of 7) + Plum Organics Baby Second Blends, Spinach, Peas and Pear, 4.0-Ounce Pouches (Pack of 12)
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Ingredients
Organic Fruit Puree (Peaches, Bananas).

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Product Description

Flavor: Peaches Plus Bananas

These are very different from any other baby food on the supermarket shelves for not only do they contain nothing, absolutely nothing, but pureed organic fruits and vegetables, they have been gently pasteurised and popped into our unique pouches that are so easy when you are out and about or at home. They are healthy AND handy - Pure and simple. Our Stage 1 baby food range is a completely different concept in baby food, bringing together minimally processed, carefully chosen organic natural fruits and vegetables including many superfoods and extremely convenient and easy packaging. They're simply 100% organic fruit and veg, with nothing to dilute their goodness - not even water. And because our special packs are so easily squeezy they're just as handy out and about as at home.

Product Details

Flavor: Peaches Plus Bananas
  • Item Weight: 1.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0031U9VI8
  • UPC: 845901000076 845901000434
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (147 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #97,737 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Customer Reviews

I love Ella's Kitchen organic baby food.
Jenn McG
You can find it MUCH more reasonably priced on diapers.com, or at Target.
K. Rasmussen
I have even tasted it myself and it is pretty good.
Fox81

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

75 of 81 people found the following review helpful By grnmolly on July 8, 2012
Flavor Name: Spinach + Rutabaga One Verified Purchase
After reading the reviews here stating that the Iron content of Ella's Kitchen Spinach packs was incorrect, I checked out their website to see for myself. Hmm.. no announcement there stating that an error had been made. So, I contacted the company wondering if it was a misunderstanding. No, it's true. The Spinach flavor only has 4-6% DV of Iron... NOT 120% as has been clearly indicated on the pouches I have been buying for my son for OVER A YEAR! I have been purchasing these packs by the case thinking that if my son did not eat enough other Fe-rich foods on a particular day, at least he would eat this. I mean you know how difficult it can be to get little ones to take in enough iron, so I thought this was a great option. IF I HAD KNOWN that it only contained 4 or 6%, then I would have given my son other additional Fe-rich foods or continued making my own purees. I guess I should have known it was too good to be true when I noticed that the first ingredient is in fact APPLES not Spinach as the front of the pouches would have you believe.

What upsets me the most is that there is not even a warning or announcement on Amazon or at Target stores stating that there has been a mistake?!! If the company knows, why isn't this info passed on to the consumer?!!? Here I thought I was purchasing (a more expensive) but also more nutritionally complete product for my baby and to find out it's just as void of nutrients as all of the other brands on the shelves. I really thought this company was exciting and different and focused on kids' nutrition and health. I guess not. I am asking for a refund at the very least. Honestly, the company is lucky if parents don't decide to take up a lawsuit for their negligence in getting the word out.
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35 of 38 people found the following review helpful By handskris on June 14, 2012
Flavor Name: Spinach + Rutabaga One
This flavor does not actually contain 120% of daily iron for babies, as still listed on most packaging. This was a grievous error (a "printing error" according to the company). This flavor only contains 6% iron, in the realm of most other baby food pouch products. Unfortunately, this company has failed to pull mislabeled products or notify distributors of the long running error.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Patrick on June 24, 2013
Flavor Name: Sweet Potatoes, Blueberries Verified Purchase
I love this product, no complaints there. My complaint is that I can no longer afford to buy this item here on Amazon. The other stores such as Walmart and Target sell these 7 packs for $12.80. All flavors sell for that price everywhere else. Here on Amazon some of the flavors are selling for $17 to $19. That is a huge, huge price difference for the same product.

Sorry guys, you've lost me as a customer with those prices!
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By STF on January 27, 2013
Flavor Name: Spinach + Rutabaga One
We spent two years feeding our iron-deficient son this product only to find out (via a sticker placed atop the old nutritional label) that Ella's Kitchen Spinach Apples + Rutabagas contains very little iron at all.

Have a look for yourself. Here's the old label:

Iron: 120%
Vit C: 15%
Calcium: 70%
Sodium: 20mg

And here's the new one:

Iron : 4%
Vit C: 0%
Calcium: 4%
Sodium: 75mg

In other words, for two years the nutritional label was bogus. What the product actually contained was 1/30th the iron and almost 4 times the salt. This is completely unacceptable and suggests a lack of quality control that makes it very difficult for us to trust Ella's Kitchen's other products and nutritional claims.

We'll be removing them from our shopping list.
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33 of 42 people found the following review helpful By NKormoff on July 6, 2012
Flavor Name: Spinach + Rutabaga One Verified Purchase
As simple as that: nutritional information is NOT accurate !!!
Iron content in purple bag is only 2%, NOT 45% as stated on the pouch itself !!!!!!!!!!!
Light green pouch "Rutabagas", contains Iron: 4%, NOT 120% stated on the package itself !!!!!!!
We have fed 2 packs daily: 1 light green "rutabagas" and 1 purple one - "pumpkins" to our girl since she was 3.5 month old.

What a disappointment !!! This company should be held accountable for causing anemic, malnutritioned infants.
Wow, I can hardly keep my emotions !!!
FDA control anyone ...
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Tatyana Apine on July 31, 2012
Flavor Name: Spinach + Rutabaga One Verified Purchase
I can only echo other parents - I have been buying this product only because of the Iron content shown on the package. My daughter actually hates the flavor, but I was trying to make her eat a pouch every other day hoping it will keep her iron levels high. Very disappointed that this mistake wasn't announced or anyhow made noticable; I found out about it just by luck - was bragging about these pouches and showing the iron information to my parents, and noticed that the last shipment (I have it on subscribe and save) has only 4% of Iron listed on the pouch.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Valley Girl on July 27, 2012
Flavor Name: Spinach + Rutabaga One Verified Purchase
I bought this and fed this mix to my baby for months under the assumption that the packaging, which stated 120% RDA of Iron was correct. No. Actually, according to Ella's Kitchen's website there is only 4%! A huge difference!!!!!! I am gobsmacked there wasn't a sticker on the box or an email from Amazon. Shame on the Ella's Kitchen AND Amazon! Iron is so crucial to a baby's growth and development. What a terrible thing to let slide. Leaving a Mama thinking one important nutritional category was covered. I am furious!
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By BL on January 25, 2013
Flavor Name: Peas + Broccoli One
I also have been buying these pouches because of their supposed iron content. The broccoli, pears and peas pouch has a label that states it contains 45% of the daily recommended allowance of iron. The sweet potato, pumpkin, apple and blueberry pouch also states on the label that it contains 45% of the daily recommended allowance of iron. This is not true! The company's own website states these pouches only have 2-4% of the daily recommended allowance of iron yet the incorrectly labeled pouches are still on the market. I will not buy from this company again.
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