This is Support for Your Picky Eater
Most little ones go through a picky eating phase, but just because it’s normal doesn’t mean it’s easy! Picky eating can be exhausting for parents and frustrating for their little ones. That’s why we’re here to provide expert tips and suggestions for getting even the pickiest eaters to take part in stress-free, enjoyable meals.
- My toddler won’t eat veggies
- My tot needs more fiber
- Superfoods for my super tot
- Easy meal ideas for my tot
- Organic toddler snacks on the go
Love My Veggies
We want tots to eat (and love) their veggies, too! That’s why our Love My Veggies pouches deliver one full serving of organic vegetables, like spinach, beets and carrots, in every pouch.Learn More
Fiber & Protein
Our Fiber + Protein snacks were made for growing toddlers! There’s 3g of fiber in our yummy pouches and 4g of fiber in our soft-baked oat bars to help meet your tot’s daily fiber intake of 19g. Feeding your tot fiber regularly helps set the stage for digestive health.Learn More
We make it easy to feed your superstar superfoods! Our Superfoods pouches include 600mg omega-3 ALA from chia seeds to help your tot meet the 700mg of daily ALA recommended by the National Institutes of Health.Learn More
Easy Mealtime Ideas
Serve as a part of a balanced breakfast, lunch or dinner in 20 seconds or less with Happy Tot Bowls. Convenient and delicious, Happy Tot Bowls combine organic grains or pasta with fruits or veggies.Learn More
Happy Tot snacks are always organic, and conveniently packaged for life on the go. Explore all of our pouches, oat bars and crunchy snacks even picky eaters will enjoy.Learn More
Chat our experts!
Chat with our feeding experts to help your picky eater, one bite at a time. Our team of Registered Dietitians (and all moms!) are available to chat live, free of charge.
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