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Reusable Food Pouch (6 Pack) - Easy to Fill and Clean - Double Zipper Means No Leaking - Perfect for Homemade and Organic Baby Food - Suitable for Babies, Toddlers and Kids of All Ages
- EASY TO FILL AND CLEAN: Extra wide zipper-opening makes filling and cleaning easy. When cleaning, water flows through the zipper opening and out the spout. There are no pesky corners to trap food.
- DISHWASHER AND FREEZER SAFE: Pouches are top rack dishwasher safe. For best results, rinse before loading in dishwasher. Fill and store extra pouches in the freezer. Earth's clear continents on back side reveal pouch contents.
- HIGH QUALITY CONSTRUCTION: Strong, eco-friendly materials allow for repeated use. Dual-zipper closure ensures against leaks. BPA, PVC, lead and phthalate free.
- REUSABLE AND RECYCLABLE: Refillable pouches can be used again and again. Save money and natural resources, compared to disposable pouches. Packaging and pouches are recyclable.
- THE BEST GUARANTEE: The ONLY reusable food pouch backed by a 1-year, hassle-free guarantee.
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Are you unsatisfied with processed foods and with other food pouch options?
- Want a fun way for your kids to enjoy eating healthy food?
- Tired of expensive and wasteful single-use food pouches?
- Struggling to fill and clean your reusable food pouches?
Nature's Little Squeeze has been designed for you and your family.
- Kids of all ages have fun eating a variety of healthy foods you may 'hide' in our pouches.
- The reusable design allows you to prepare your own healthier food options.
- Try filling them with applesauce, smoothies, yogurt, baby food, fruit/veggie purees, etc.
- They are designed to be the easiest reusable food pouch to fill and to clean.
Why our customers love our pouches...
Easy to fill and clean
- Extra wide zipper-opening makes filling and cleaning easy
- When cleaning, water flows through the zipper opening and out the spout
- There are no pesky corners to trap food
Dishwasher and Freezer Safe
- Pouches are top rack dishwasher safe
- For best results, rinse the pouches before loading in dishwasher
- Fill and store extra pouches in the freezer
High quality construction
- Strong, eco-friendly materials allow for repeated use
- Dual-zipper closure ensures against leaks
- BPA, PVC, lead, and phthalate free
Reusable and recyclable
- Pouches can be used again and again
- Save money and natural resources, compared to disposable pouches
- Packaging and pouches are recyclable
The ONLY reusable food pouch backed by a 1-year, hassle-free guarantee!
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Click the buy button at the top of this page to start enjoying an easy, convenient & fun way to eat more healthily!
Do NOT microwave pouch. To warm or thaw contents, simply place filled pouch in a bowl of hot water. Keep cap out of reach of children 3 and under.
Top Customer Reviews
I like this pouch and so far see no reason there is anything "wrong" with it. After reading the many reviews of MANY different style pouches, I bought this style and the LITTLE GREEN POUCH (LGP) version. I'm glad I did because there are Pros and Cons for MY NEEDS for each of them. Ultimately, I think I will keep both. These for more fruit-based purees and the LGP version for larger meals/soups.
As a product packaging designer myself, I would have designed the pouches to be both a bit more appealing to kids, while still showcasing their "green" attributes. Rather than focus only on the "green" aspect of the product.
WHY I NEED THE POUCHES: I have a 12m old (also have a 2 year old that loves pouch-eating) that is a very independent eater and SUPER BIG eater that will scream and refuse to eat unless he is involved with feeding himself. I gave him a store bought Plum Organics pouch and he loved being able to hold + feed himself more than with just a lid-cup + straw.
WHAT I PUT INSIDE:
• SOUPS - broccoli soup, lentil soup partially or fully pureed
• GREEK YOGURT BASED SMOOTHIES - fruits, greens, zucchini and black beans pureed with mango and/or berries for more fiber/protein.
TO HEAT UP: I thought of it today – my retired from bottles Dr. Browns bottle warmer could probably safely heat the soup versions up so I could store in the fridge already made. It is used for plastic and glass bottles, so I don't see why not. It just uses steam.Read more ›
We've always been hyper-focused on thoroughly cleaning all of our baby feeding items and the pouches are no exception. We spend roughly five minutes per pouch using anti-bacterial soap, warm water, and a bottle brush to scrub the inside and outside. We even use a butter knife to try to get into all of the crevasses. Even after all that, I've concluded that there are too many areas that it's simply impossible to get to to clean. No matter how hard you try and what tools you use, you can hold your pouch up to the light and see dark spots of food particles that cannot be cleaned. These areas, of course, become a source of mold, etc. after time. I can't, in good conscience, continue using these re-usable pouches or any for that matter. I'm not sure there is a pouch design that could ever be completely cleanable. I've attached photos of a cross-sectioned pouch, showing areas where food particles were impossible to access.
These food pouches make feeding young children a snap, and with a fraction of the mess. I prefer to wash my pouches in the dishwasher, which works perfectly, and the rounded edges make pre-rinsing very easy (when compared to square-shaped pouches). Based on my experience with various other popular reusable food pouch brands (for approx. last 4-5 mos.), I would highly recommend Nature's Little Squeeze over their competitors!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I was reluctant at first since I tried another pouch that had a strange plastic piece across spout. This is just a normal circular spout. Read morePublished 7 hours ago by zen
Bigger than I expected. My toddler can eat a whole pouch but it's a bit too big for little toddler hands. Read morePublished 9 hours ago by Amazon Customer
Love these! No corners = easy to clean. I was worried my daughter wouldn't like them since they didn't look like the ones she was used to, but she took right to them. Read morePublished 17 hours ago by Amber Dohoney
I love being able to make my own smoothies and on days when we don't have time to clean up a big yogurty mess this is the perfect breakfast vehicle. Read morePublished 20 hours ago by GMS
I LOVE these! I have them in the 3oz and 5oz sizes and plan to get the 7oz at some point. They are easy to fill, and they don't leak! They are surprisingly easy to clean. Read morePublished 1 day ago by SarGar
Does not hold a lot of apple sauce. Every time I fill it, half of it has to come out because it won't close or it spills out. My kids take 3 sips and are done.Published 1 day ago by Joanna S.
I LOVE these pouches! They are super easy to fill with purees straight from the blender, or frozen cubes. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Allegra Howell
So far these are fabulous. Well made, easy to clean. And the company, WeeSprout, seems to be a real family run enterprise where everyone cares about customer service and care. Read morePublished 2 days ago by K. Bjornard