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Mom invents device to help better feed babies

Shared by Ana Duarte on 2017-01-16 16:37

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Gina developed this solution to feed her son Tristan, and because she was always carrying around extra utensils for snacks every time she was going out.

"I wanted to be able to feed him real foods like bananas and avocados and those are things that went well with his stomach and I needed something I could use easily on the road, on the go, on the soccer fields a lot and that's where the idea came from”, the mother explained.

The Yummy Spoon is simple to use. The parent removes the cap, puts in soft and natural food, and then squeezes it into the babie’s mouth.

"Having a product that was easy to use, BPA free, could easily use in the dishwasher, could be freezable and could be on the go whenever I needed it”, Gina expressed.

The Yummy Spoon is still patent pending, but it’s already being sold in California stores, and can be bought online, costing $ 12.99.

More info: https://www.yummyspoon.com/

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Gina Cormier, from USA, invented Yummy Spoon, in 2016, a device to help parents feed their babies more easily, either by making their own baby food, or sticking with soft, whole natural foods.

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