Ella's Kitchen

Ella’s Kitchen makes yummy, healthy food for babies. The company was started by Ella’s dad, Paul Lindley, who believed that his daughter and others in her generation, should have the opportunity to eat better food that still tastes good. Based on his experiences with Ella and her brother Paddy, Lindley discovered it’s important to approach things from a kid’s perspective. As such, he takes natural ingredients and creates one-of-a-kind baby foods that really connect with little ones. From the packaging to the flavors, the colors, textures, and even names, all are meant to appeal to a baby’s senses. Why parents love Ella’s Whether you're at home or on-the-go, Ella's Kitchen is an easy choice for all types of moms and dads. Best of all, their products are microwaveable, airplane-friendly, and come in a number of different delectable flavors—how about that for convenience? Here’s just a handful of other reasons why you should consider Ella’s Kitchen for your little ones: Suitable for young children at early stages, from four months to toddlers Only organic ingredients are used There’s no GMOs There’s no extra salt, sugar, or additives in the mix Fruit and vegetable purees are used, avoiding concentrates The label gives clear guidance on nutritional needs at every stage of your baby’s development Made with natural ingredients Ella's Kitchen offers a wide line of USDA Certified Organic products. From carrots to peaches to peas, each and every ingredient is chosen with safety and kids in mind. But aside from being organic, Ella’s products are also vegetarian, nut-free, dairy-free, egg-free, gluten-free, and soy-free, so you can feed your little one without worry. Products from Ella’s Kitchen Whether your baby or toddler likes apples and carrots, pears and peas, or peaches and broccoli, there’s an option out there for every tiny tastebud. Check out a few of these options sold at Thrive Market. Ella’s Kitchen Organic Baby Food: Apples, Carrots, and Parsnips A gentle mix of carrot puree, parsnip puree, and apples makes this a yummy meal for little eaters trying out new tastes. Ella’s doesn’t add anything except a tiny splash of lemon juice. And since it’s packed in a resealable pouch, it’s perfect for parents on-the-go. Ella’s Kitchen Organic Baby Food: Broccoli, Pears, and Peas Broccoli, pear, and pea puree all combine together in one resealable pouch—it doesn’t get easier than that. And you can trust your baby is getting in some nutritious, tasty greens that you can feel good about since they’re all 100 percent organic and non-GMO. Ella’s Kitchen Organic Baby Food: Peaches and Bananas Sweet peaches and bananas are sure to be a hit with your little gem. This yummy and healthy baby food is a tiny eater’s delicacy and parent approved. Best of all, it’s made from USDA Certified Organic fruit puree and contains no added sugars or water—just a splash of lemon juice. The experts at Ella’s Kitchen Ella’s Kitchen does research to understand the very important role that all five senses play in developing healthy habits for life. They’ve listened to parents and drawn inspiration from kids, as well as working with professional experts to make sure their products are great for tiny tummies. Dr. Clare Leonard Dr. Leonard is a consulting nutritionist with a food industry specialty, and a mom to two children. She ensures that all the helpful information given by Ella’s Kitchen is correct in every way. Dr. Deena Blanchard Ella’s Kitchen has an informative page with articles and tips from Dr. Deena Blanchard, an esteemed pediatrician from New York City. She completed her Masters of Public Health at Temple University, and has shared her studies at the American Academy of Pediatrics Conference, the Big City Moms Biggest Baby Shower, and with The Stir by Café Mom. Dr. Sarah Schenker Dr. Sarah Schenker is a children’s dietitian. She helps Ella’s understand the role that all ingredients play in child development. Dr. Carmel Houston-Price An experienced developmental psychologist, Dr. Carmel Houston-Price helps Ella’s Kitchen understand the role that the five senses play in developing healthy attitudes to food. Lisa Brown Lisa is a family nutritionist and mom of two. She helps Ella’s Kitchen understand the role of all good ingredients in child development and advises moms at Ella’s Kitchen events. Sally Luckraft Sally is Ella’s Kitchen very own food developer and mom to two kids. She makes all of Ella’s new yummy products, spending a lot of time in the kitchen trying out her new recipes with moms and their little ones. Ella’s Kitchen gives back Ella’s Kitchen strives to make the world a better place for children and generations to come, which is why they’re proud partners of TerraCycle and No Hungry Kids. Check out what they’re doing with these organizations: TerraCycle Ella’s Kitchen believes they should keep the planet as clean and as tidy as possible, and that there should be less trash in the world. That's why the company has teamed up with TerraCycle, who helps them turn their waste pouches into fun eco-products. No Hungry Kid The No Kid Hungry campaign helps to connect kids in need with nutritious food, and teach their families how to cook healthy, affordable meals. The campaign also engages the public to make ending child hunger a national priority in America since one in five children struggle with hunger every day. See More

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