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Ella's Kitchen Organic Baby Food Peaches Plus Bananas (4 Plus Months), 3.5 Ounce Pouches (Pack of 7)
- 100% Organic. 100% fresh fruits and vegetables
- Shelf-stable. No refrigeration required.
- Convenient pouch packaging
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Top Customer Reviews
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.Read more ›
Sorry guys, you've lost me as a customer with those prices!
Have a look for yourself. Here's the old label:
Vit C: 15%
And here's the new one:
Iron : 4%
Vit C: 0%
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.
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 ...
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My 8 month old son just started with Ellas Kitchen foods, we were trying earths best & Beach nut solids which were okay, but he LOVES Ella's Kitchen. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Hannah meow
Love these great way to sneak in veggies into my toddlers diet. great on the go snack.Published 23 months ago by Ed
My daughter loved these so much that for a few days it was hard to get her to eat other things
I would recommend these.
I'm late to the game here: since my son just recently started solids, we never purchased the previous version, so I haven't had to deal with the label changes that other reviewers... Read morePublished on March 6, 2014 by Amy McGhee
I live in California. I am always looking at my Earthquake Emergency Food. Yes, i know this is baby food, but it is also apples, carrots, butternut squash, prunes and lemon juice... Read morePublished on January 19, 2014 by submissann
I buy Ella's Kitchen baby food to take with me when I travel with my 7 month old. It's tasty, organic, healthy and convenient! Read morePublished on December 16, 2013 by IStyleGuru