better baby food is born of better ingredients

When it comes to flavour and nutrition, nothing compares with quality ingredients. That’s why we work so hard to source exceptional ingredients from around the world. No filler. No added water. No expense spared.

One of our experienced Pineapple farmers, Madagascar

Cayenne Lisse Pineapples, Madagascar

The Obvious Choice
We blind taste-tested five different varieties of pineapple before choosing these juicy and deliciously sweet Madagascan Cayenne Lisse pineapples. 

Rich History
Our pineapple farmers have been growing this fruit with their family for their entire life. Their incredible knowledge and passion for growing this exotic fruit has been passed down to them from generations of pineapple-growing ancestors.

Superior Nutrition
Pineapples are a great source of fibre which is important for maintaining good digestive health. These spiky creations also contain bromelain which is recognised for its anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial effects.

The breathtaking Ortucchio Valley, Italy

Carrots, Ortucchio Valley, Italy

It's Not All About Looks
The Italian Aureli family don't care what their carrots look like, just that they are full of flavour and nutrition. Unlike some farmers that store the carrots for months, the Aureli family puree the fresh carrots 24-hours after harvesting. Grown in a highly protected region, these Italian carrots are the tastiest and most nutritious carrots around.

Natural Defence Powers
Along with helping you to see in the dark (don't hold us to that), carrots are high in beta carotene, which helps support your body’s natural defence against illness and infection.

Our Holstein-Friesian cows living a leisurely life in the West Country

Greek Style Yoghurt, West Country

Giving The Greeks a Run for Their Money
Over and above any other yogurts we tasted, Greek Style was always the best due to it's it’s thicker and creamier texture. 

165 Cows, 20 Generations, 1 Happy Baby
Father and son farmers Lyndon and Thomas know each one of their 165 cows by name. Their cows are the 20th generation to naturally graze on luscious fields of grass, clover and cress for as much of the year as the British weather allows. Unlike intensive dairy farming, our dairy cows are left to only produce as much milk as they would naturally.

Strong Bones & Teeth
Each of our yoghurt blends are made with rich, organic whole milk which is recommended for infants because of its high fat content. They're also an important source of iodine in the diet and a great source of calcium which helps to build strong bones and teeth. 

Picking strawberries, Spain

Strawberries, Almonte, Spain

A Sensitive Bunch
The warm days, sandy soils and cool Atlantic breeze of southern Spain's Almonte region provides the perfect spot for our family-run farm to let their strawberries slowly ripen and become naturally sweet and rich in flavour. For a more consistent taste, our strawberries are picked at their prime every four days, rather than the usual seven. They're a sensitive bunch, but this makes us love them even more.

Delicious and Nutritious
Strawberries are high in Vitamin C, which is vital for your baby's immune system and a good source of fibre, which is important for digestive health to help get your baby going.

Our beautiful Pink Lady's®, Italy

Pink Lady Apples®, Italy

Exclusively for Us
Our Pink Lady® apples are the first to blossom and the last to be harvested, soaking up 200 days of sunshine. That's why we wanted them as a first taste for your baby: 100% Pink Lady apples and nothing else, exclusively for us.

Putting the 'Pink' in Pink Lady ® 
Our orchard in Italy's Dolomites mountains is the perfect place for growing the unique Pink Lady ® apple. The difference in temperature between the sunny, warm days and cool nights give the apples grown on this 500-year-old orchard their special colour and distinct flavour.

Not Just Pretty In Pink
Apples are a good source of fibre, which is important for digestive health. Full of Vitamins A and C, these apples are vital to support a healthy immune system.

Blooming Quinoa, England

Quinoa, Shropshire

Why British?
Our British quinoa differs to it's South American couterpart by maturing at it's own pace due to the temperate European climate. Our quinoa crops are grown without the use of pesticides and saponin, which tends to leave an unpleasant bitter flavour. This golden-coloured quinoa retains the highly nutritious outer layer and proposes a deeper, richer taste experience.

Protein Power
The unassuming quinoa seed is a complete source of plant-based protein, containing all 9 amino acids, essential for growth. Our quinoa in particular retains the highly nutirtious outer layer which is full of minerals and fibre, making it almost akin to being the brown rice equivalant of quinoa.

Our peaches enjoying the sunshine, Italy

Peaches, Italy

Practice What We Peach
Long hot summers in this PGI-region of Italy create ideal conditions for these peaches to slowly sweeten to perfection. Rather than harvest his peaches in bulk, Giovanni and his team pass through their orchards multiple times, only picking the ripe-and-ready fruit in small batches – and all by hand. It means consistently higher quality fruit and quicker, fresher processing.

Not Just a Taste Sensation
This sweet summertime staple offers a treasure trove of vitamins and minerals, including beta carotene and Vitamin C, helping to maintain eye health and improve skin condition.

Our wild blueberry bushes thriving in -15C temperatures, Eastern Canada

Wild Blueberries, Lake St-Jean, Canada

Why Wild?
When Piers tasted wild blueberries for the first time in Canada, he knew we had to have them. Compared to cultivated blueberries, these really deliver on taste, with intense sweet and sour flavours due to a lower water content. Definitely worth all the effort.

Double The Antioxidants
No ordinary blueberry, our wild ones contain double the antioxidant power of blueberries found elsewhere, which helps improve heart health. Each bush spreads slowly and naturally in the thin glacial soils of Eastern Canada. Sometimes these little beauties can take years until they're ready for harvesting. Their exceptional characteristics have literally been 10,000 years in the making.

Our plums thriving in the sunshine, Serbia

Prunes, Kapaonik, Serbia

Patience is a Virtue

Each plum is patiently dried out in the largest mountain range in Serbia (nicknamed 'The Mountain of the Sun') to create a tastier, more decadent prune as the sugar caramelises. With fertile organic soils and numerous microclimates, it is the perfect place to grow our plums. 

Get Things Moving
As well as being a taste sensation, prunes are a good source of fibre, which is important for a good digestive health to help get things moving (you can thank us later).