Introducing new foods to your newborn

Our Fresh Food Feeder Guide

The Silicone RaZ-Feeder

It can be an intimidating step as your bub begins to transition from liquids to solids, but there is no need to worry as the process can be easily eased into with the help of a fresh food feeder.

A fresh food feeder allows for your bubs to practice chewing through textures of various kinds that is offered by different foods. A wide range of possibilities can open up for your little bubs to experience and this is an exciting journey for you as well!

We recommend the RaZ-Feeder as a must to assist your bub in this new journey.

Features of the RaZ-Feeder

  • Suitable for 4 months+
  • BPA-free silicone
  • Easy-grip handle
  • Safety clip to keep the food secure
  • Dishwasher safe

What are the benefits?

Safely Introduce Solids

A fresh food feeder is a safe and easy way for you to introduce solids to your bub. As they are still developing teeth, there is a high risk of choking if your bub takes a large bite of food. Therefore, the RaZ-Feeder acts as the perfect solution for your bub to safely ingest solids due to a design that only allows the tiniest of food pieces to go though.

Develop Self-Feeding Skills

Allowing your little bub to use a fresh food feeder by themselves means they can begin their independent feeding adventure! The RaZ-Feeder offers an easy handle for your bub to grasp onto. As the food is contained in the silicone nipple, it is ensured that this will be a messy-free adventure.

Teething Relief

Not only does a fresh food feeder allow for your bub to get used to solid food, it also acts as the ultimate natural teething relief! Fresh food feeders are the perfect tool for easing bubs with aching gums, especially with the soft and flexible design of the RaZ-Feeder. Simply fill the feeder with ice and your bub is happily occupied for an extended period of time while they remedy their sore gums!

What can you put in your RaZ-Feeder?

These are only suggestions, feel free to experiment with what your bub enjoys!

Fruits (fresh or frozen)

  • Raspberries
  • Strawberries
  • Blackberries
  • Grapes
  • Bananas
  • Pears

Vegetables

  • Cucumber
  • Roasted sweet potato
  • Roasted butternut squash

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