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Yummy Spoonfuls Organic Baby Food

Yummy Spoonfuls Organic Baby Food Yummy Spoonfuls Organic Baby Food
1860 Sandy Plains Road
Suite 204-109
Marietta GA 30066
US
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Phone: (678) 464-3103
Fax: (678) 264-9669

Yummy Spoonfuls Baby Food is 100 % USDA Certified Organic, made from naturally good ingredients grown without chemical pesticides, nitrates, growth hormones or other unwanted extras and the meals are produced without artificial additives, or processing chemicals. Their foods are not heat-treated like ALL OTHER commercial baby foods (including organic) so they come packed full of nutrients.

Yummy Spoonfuls Baby Food is produced in their licensed, commercial kitchen. They follow a stringent quality control program using the guidelines of the standardized, renowned HACCP plan. Quality controls are in place to check for any abnormalities, from when the fresh produce reaches their kitchen until the food is picked up or shipped. Since Yummy Spoonfuls Baby Food is made in small batches, it is very easy to detect any irregularities, which then result in the rejection of the batch.

Only raw foods that pass their initial visual test of firmness, ripeness, fresh scent and good color are allowed into their kitchen. Fresh produce is bought in small batches and prepared as such to ensure the freshest final product gets to you using the FIFO (first in first out) inventory control methodology.

Their chefs lovingly prepare each and every batch with the attention to detail that you would expect and demand for your baby.

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Tours Available: No
Brick & Mortar: No
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Date added: 23.9.2008  
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