2023 Author: Anita Thornton | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-27 18:44
Eating is unquestionably one of life's great pleasures. No wonder the little ones have a great time when me altime comes, even if it means getting all over the place, often to our great dismay!
There is indeed a whole world of discovery waiting for them as they begin the transition from breast milk to a more solid and diversified nutrition. Colours, aromas, flavors and textures are then revealed.
If cooking is not your cup of tea or you simply lack the time, the purees available at the supermarket will then become precious allies. Of course, there is no question of compromising on the quality of the food you serve to baby!
It is in this spirit that La Mère Poule was born in the suburbs of Montreal 23 years ago. The idea? Concoct he althy, quality baby food cooked just like at home. Success was not long in coming, with the company rapidly growing from a team of four to around 30 employees and from an 1,800 square foot facility to a modern, state-of-the-art factory. cashapproximately 30,000 square feet. It promises organic, original, natural frozen foods, free of preservatives, no added s alt, sugar or starch, allergen-free, some gluten-free and prepared as you would in your own home. The production has also diversified over the years and now includes homemade sorbets for the whole family, so you can spoil yourself without feeling guilty.
Since the introduction of various foods is done step by step with children, La Mère Poule offers two distinct ranges of purées: one for Beginners (6 to 8 months) and one for Juniors (8 months and over). The first includes no less than eighteen flavors ranging from apples and prunes to mango, turkey, butternut squash and sweet potato. All having a very smooth texture, these purees will allow your little one to develop his tastes. The second range, meanwhile, includes nine flavors such as beef parmentier, chicken cacciatore and pork with leeks, as well as thicker and grainier textures, just to help learning to chew.
You have access to a whole variety of he althy products prepared in collaboration with a renowned nutritionist, tasty and very practical (plastic containers can be microwaved without danger since they do not contain of BPA)! What's more, they are on sale in many grocery stores and pharmacies a littleeverywhere in Quebec, so you will have no trouble getting them. You can even stock up on nutritional advice and recipe ideas via their website, in addition to asking all the questions that run through your mind about food. Enough to satisfy the mother hen in you!
Here are some testimonials from mums who have used Mother Hen products:
“As a new mom, books teach us all the same thing about feeding babies: make your own purees! Although this is more often a dream than a reality for me, the aspect of offering quality, fresh and organic food remained a priority but sometimes just did not fit with my lifestyle and, let's be honest, my cooking skills. After research and several efforts around the oven, I decided to try Mother Hen products when my son was 8 months old. What a relief! Their products are organic and contain no added sugar or s alt. My son loves them, they are easy to find and their price is reasonable. Quality, ease and efficiency! I recommend it without embarrassment and without hesitation to all mothers. – Bianca, mum to Tristan, 16 months.
“Like all moms, when I was pregnant, I thought I was going to prepare gourmet meals for my little girl. That she was going to love my little purees made with a lot of love in the best food processor I could find on the market. Uh…that's not how it happened at all! Mycasserole did not like my meat purées! More liquid, less liquid, more broth, no broth, in short… there was nothing to do: it was grimace and tight mouth. One day, I discovered Mother Hen. They know what babies like. My daughter was finally opening her mouth and mom didn't feel guilty as it was natural with no chemicals! – Stéphanie, mother of Chloé, 12 years old.
“When the time came to introduce purees to my first, I took the time to concoct those with fruits, vegetables while completing the choices with those of the Mother Hen so that my baby can taste everything. When it came time to introduce the meats, I already knew which option I was going to choose. In addition, I did not have the necessary equipment to make the meat ones myself. It even happened to me to feed myself purees from the Mother Hen for lack of time and because I was confident to eat well and he althily. Mother Hen products have helped me a lot when traveling. – Marilène, mother of Antony 5 years old and Amélia 3 years old.
“My son is now 8 months old and I use Mother Hen at every meal. Whether it's a fruit, a vegetable, a meat or a complete "junior" meal, they come in handy every time. I have confidence in their benefits and especially in the quality. It makes my life easier, so it gives me more time to play and cuddle my baby. Dad wants to say that he too approves of these products hands down. It reassures him when mom is not at home and he is the one who isin charge of taking care of the baby. – Marie-Claude, mother of Ophélie 6 years old and Noah 8 months old.
This article is sponsored by Mother Hen. The opinions and testimonials it contains are mine and those gathered from mothers, members of Mamanpourlavie.com.
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