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Plum Organics Baby Food Pouch | Stage 2 | Fruit and Veggie Variety Pack | 3.5 Ounce | 18 Pack | Fresh Organic Food Squeeze | For Babies, Kids, Toddlers

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ORGANIC BABY FOOD: Made with non-GMO, 2-4 grams of fiber, and organic fruits and veggies in baby-friendly blends. Plus, they’re unsalted, unsweetened, and kosher parve.
GREAT BLENDS OF FRUITS & VEGGIES FOR STAGE 2 FEEDING: Pear, Spinach & Pea; Pear, Purple Carrot & Blueberry; and Banana & Pumpkin are fun, yummy, and real – the perfect way to easily introduce new foods.
RESEALABLE POUCHES ARE EASY TO USE: Non-BPA, child-safe, and with a recyclable cap, our pouches can serve as much yummy, nutritious food as baby needs at home or on-the-go.
WE’RE A B CORP: At Plum Organics, we’re committed to our customers and our planet, and are focused on sustainable product design and safe ingredient sourcing.
VARIETY PACK OF 18 POUCHES: This item ships as a pack of 18 4-ounce pouches (includes 6 pouches of Pear, Spinach & Pea; 6 pouches of Pear, Purple Carrot & Blueberry; and 6 pouches of Banana & Pumpkin)

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Plum Organics Stage 2 Organic Baby Food Variety Pack features the Stage 2 baby food line with blends of pure fruit and veggies that are perfect for exposing your little foodie to unique flavors and colors. Using only organic ingredients, the gently cooked blends are naturally preserved in a convenient, resealable pouch that’s perfect for flexible portions.

Specification: Plum Organics Baby Food Pouch | Stage 2 | Fruit and Veggie Variety Pack | 3.5 Ounce | 18 Pack | Fresh Organic Food Squeeze | For Babies, Kids, Toddlers

Dimensions 20 × 11 × 154 in

6 reviews for Plum Organics Baby Food Pouch | Stage 2 | Fruit and Veggie Variety Pack | 3.5 Ounce | 18 Pack | Fresh Organic Food Squeeze | For Babies, Kids, Toddlers

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  1. MinPHL

    I received a subscribe and save order of these pouches in November of 2018, and was surprised that the pouches looked like the older style without the clear window, but the expiration dates were in May of 2019 so I opened one. The first inch or two of the banana pumpkin purée that came out of the pouch was dark brown, almost black. The rest looked fine but I threw that pouch out and opened another- same issue. I opened several more from the box and they all had the same issue, apparently the food at the top of the pouch was oxidizing which makes me think the pouch wasn’t properly sealed. When I smelled the purée it had a metallic odor as well. If I hadn’t been paying close attention when I squeezed this into a bowl, I easily could have fed rancid baby food to my baby. Amazon refunded the purchase without requiring me to go through the hassle of returning the three boxes of pouches, but I won’t be ordering these again. Too bad, because these were our standby for fruit and veggie purées.Read more

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  2. Alice

    I bought this on June 15, 2018 and all the pouches expire August 18, 2018. I don’t think “new” pouches should expire two months after purchase. Seems like a health concern. Our expectation as parents was for this product to have a reasonable shelf life as we introduce solids, textures, and most importantly quality, safe, organic ingredients to our baby. Normally, I wouldn’t have even checked the date except I happened to see similar concerns online. Amazon has informed me that because I am raising this issue so “late” from the date of purchase that I am to contact the manufacturer for a refund, which isn’t the point. It seems from the other comments and reviews this is a bigger issue of selling expired or close to expired products to parents for BABIES. Looks like Amazon has shirked their responsibility as a retailer by selling perishable goods past or near past its date of expiration. I can’t emphasize enough that this food is intended for humans without a fully developed immune system. On a side note, I did contact Plum Organics directly to address the issue of the manufacturer supplying perishable goods past or near past its expiration. While they apologized for the issue, they also have stated that Amazon as the retailer is responsible for the items they sell. I believe manufacturers are also responsible for ensuring their products are reasonably fresh when put out on retailers’ “shelves”. I know for a fact that milk, egg, soda, even chip distributors constantly check and recheck their supply on retailers’ shelves, rotating out any items not fit for sale. I guarantee that if a baby was made sick after consuming an expired Plum Organics pouch that Amazon AND Plum Organics’ names would be on the front page of the newspaper and that baby/family would probably be the recipients of a grand settlement from either company. It’s disappointing that both companies are passing the blame back and forth. Neither are accepting any responsibility or seemingly taking steps to correct the issue in their supply chains. Plum Organics is sending two vouchers for more pouches – I’d rather receive a call from someone able to make changes in distribution ensuring the issue was researched, identified and immediately corrected. A notice to families who’ve purchased Plum Organics products from Amazon alerting them of this potential concern seems to be a good first step, but I guess someone would have to claim the liability first.Read more

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  3. SAW

    I am an adult who snacks like a bird. I love squeezy pouches for on the go meals. I find it hard to eat sometimes, so it’s nice to guzzle down a pouch and get a serving of veggies and fruits. The flavors were pretty tasty, except for the green one, which tasted like straight mushy peas. I mean I like peas but I said “Ew if I can’t eat it, how could I possibly feed this to a baby?” And it was then I finally understood all the videos on YouTube of babies spitting up baby food – because sometimes it tastes gross. BUT the other flavors were great! I would probably repurchase these. BUT, sadly the pouches are not recyclable, I think just the lids are. The packaging the pouches arrived in was a bit of overkill (6 pouches in a box, then 3 boxes in one large box, inside an Amazon box). I like pouch food, but I will probably just start making my own with reusable pouches because these are very wasteful, but super convenient.Read more

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  4. LlamaDramaMama

    On the outside of the purple Plum boxes, there’s a label with the expiration date. So, if there’s an issue, you won’t have to send an opened box back for exchange. I ordered the purée food despite the reviews complaining about the expiration date discrepancies. I’ve used the Plum brand before and trust them over Gerber or Beech Nut. Not disappointed at all. Even if there was an issue with the expiration date, I would’ve shrugged and asked for an exchange. This brand is the closest thing to home made purée food. The sugars are naturally occurring from the fruits, the texture is nice and the price is reasonable. I’ll continue to cut out the middle man and purchase from Plum directly for as long as they’re on Amazon.Read more

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  5. DB

    I fed my baby several packages of this food with no problem. Then yesterday he ate the food and then threw the food up for hours afterward, into the night. Upon inspecting the pouch that I had thrown away, it smelled and tasted bad. It had gone bad even though the expiration date says October 2020, 3 months from now. Be careful. Always inspect pre packaged food before you feed your baby!Read more

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  6. David

    These are the best baby/toddler pouches we use. We are subscribed to the yellow, green, purple variety pack and my 2 year old daughter loves them still. I have tried some of the other variety packs they offer but the price per pouch becomes unreasonable compared to what I can them in the store. However, the yellow, green and purple variety pack is a good deal and it goes on sale on Amazon occasionally too. These have no added peservatives or sugar which is why we have been using them for over a year. The purple carrot is my daughters favorite and usually goes first before the others. These are a good way to get extra vegetables and fruit into your kids diet in my opinion. Lastly, I try all the foods I give to my kids to ensure I like it before blindly giving them new products and these were fine with me.Read more

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