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Nice Cubes - An Alternative to Jarred Baby Food

Do you have a baby 7 to 12 months old still eating pureed food?  Are you looking to be part of an exciting and fabulous test group for organic, frozen, baby food?  Well, then help this local mama out.  Here's Katie McNamara's story:

I am developing a new organic frozen baby food called Nice Cubes, that will be available at New Seasons Market this summer. I am working on recipe development and need babies to taste test my product. I am working with professionals at the Food Innovation Center, a program through Oregon State University, committed to helping food entrepreneurs get their product to the market. The food is made for babies 7 months and older, is made with organic and sustainable ingredients, and has been cooked in a licensed commercial kitchen. I will send participants home with various samples and questionnaires to be filled out about the baby's dining experience. Come be a part in the development of the freshest baby food on the market in the Northwest!

Sound interesting?  Then email Katie at katielynnemac@hotmail.com.  Participants parents have the chance to win $40-$160 in gift certificates to New Seasons Market. 

NOTE:  I'm participating in this test group, and how is it going?  Cole seems to prefer and enjoy Nice Cubes over the jarred variety.  It has more texture which is much more to his liking.  I'm also finding that I'm finishing off any remnants.  I admit I don't like to waste food, but I also have to admit that it's fairly tasty.

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I picked up my Nice Cubes samples today. Thanks for the tip, Hau!

Did this co go out of biz?

Frozen organic food is nice alternative for baby. The good thing about this frozen cube is that it is seasonable.

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