The 7 Best Baby Food Delivery Services of 2020

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Our Top Picks

Our Top Picks

Best Overall: Yumi



To make the best overall category, a company needs to deliver more than just baby food. It must also offer quality, variety, freshness, and a simple way for busy parents to organize all their meals. That’s why Yumi is so popular with parents.

With new seasonal recipes each week, classic favorites, and the ability to choose from a pre-made assortment of meals or the option to pick your own, Yumi offers parents a variety of choices to fit their family’s needs. Their stage one smooth singles consist of single-ingredient purees appropriate for ages four to six months, with flavors such as beet, blueberry, and spinach.

Stage two moves to multi-ingredient purees for ages seven months and older and includes fan favorites like strawberry basil pie and cauliflower soup. Stage three transitions to textured multi-ingredient mixes for ages nine months and up, while stage four chunky combos are best for babies older than 10 months.

Yumi offers three pricing plans. One meal a day is around $35 a week, two meals a day is about $65 a week, and three meals a day costs roughly $90 per week. All plans come with free shipping.

Best Finger Food Meals: Tiny Organics

Tiny Organics

Tiny Organics

Once your baby reaches eight months old, you’ll want to give the soft, finger foods from Tiny Organics a try. The meals from Tiny Organics are 100% organic, plant-based, and do not contain the Big-8 allergens: milk, eggs, fish, crustacean shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat, or soybeans.

Meals come frozen, so make sure to store in the freezer until you are ready to feed your baby. When you’re ready to serve up some wholesome deliciousness, simply pop the container in the microwave or warm it up on the stovetop. Tiny Organics' meals are compatible with baby-led weaning, which believes that all healthy babies—beginning at six months of age—can feed themselves.

This means no more airplane maneuvering to get your little one to open their mouth for the spoon. Unlike purées, their meals are considered textured finger goods that are extra soft and chewable. With choices like Southern Grits and Greens, Strawberry Fields Forever, and Coconut Curry, don’t be surprised if you find yourself sneaking a bite or two.

Tiny Organics offers 12- and 24-pack meal options with a delivery frequency of one-, two-, three-, or four-week intervals. Prices start at about $4 per meal.

Best USDA Certified Organic: Little Spoon

Little Spoon

Little Spoon

Made with USDA certified organic ingredients, Little Spoon’s plant-based Babyblends are free of preservatives, GMOs, additives, and added sugar. Plus, when you first sign up, you’ll complete a questionnaire about your baby’s needs and preferences, which Little Spoon will use to customize a meal plan for you.

The meals stay fresh in the fridge for up to 14 days or three months in the freezer. Menus consist of fresh blends and seasonal favorites. The Little Spoon fan favorites include Sweet Potato Apple Red Bell Pepper Turmeric and Pitaya Pineapple Spinach Banana Coconut Oil. If you have a picky eater, try the Sweet Potato Apple Blueberry Flax or Carrot Mango Banana Chia. Or, stick to the basics and opt for one of the brand's single-ingredient simple blends like pear, apple, or mango.

Little Spoon offers three pricing plans, including one, two, or three meals per day. The pricing depends on location. Visit the company's website and click on the “Get Started” button to determine how much it will cost in your area. In general, you can expect to pay between roughly $3 and $5 per serving.

Best Unique: Fresh Bellies

Fresh Bellies

Fresh Bellies

Fruit and vegetable purées are one of your baby’s first foods. The purées parents feed their little ones are often sweet and flavorful, but they sometimes neglect to expose babies to the savory flavors that come from eating vegetables on their own. That’s where Fresh Bellies comes in.

Designed to give your baby exposure to the taste of veggies, herbs, and spices without being masked by sweet fruits, Fresh Bellies can help your little one avoid becoming a picky eater. Each of their meal cups come in individual 4-ounce servings with a baby-sized spoon tucked in the lid—great news for on-the-go eating and babies who are ready to spoon-feed themselves.

Choices include broccoli, cauliflower, apples, and beets with a sprinkle of garlic, thyme, basil, and mint. They also have freeze-dried fruit and veggie snack packs that are perfect for your toddler’s little fingers.

Fresh Bellies offers a variety of options for families of all sizes. Prices start at around $7 for a two-pack meal kit and go up to roughly $28 for an eight-pack.

Best for All Ages: Nurture Life

Nurture Life

?Nurture Life

Nurture Life is an excellent choice for parents who have a baby, toddler, or older kids. Meal kits are divided into four stages: babies 10 to 24 months old, toddlers 1 to 4 years old, kids 5 to 12 years old, and teens and adults ages 13 and up.

Ingredients are focused on organic produce, antibiotic-free proteins, and whole grains. For the youngest eater, Nurture Life has a baby line that is appropriate for ages 10 to 24 months. These full meals are the perfect starter plate for older babies who are feeding themselves. Selections include Turkey Meatloaf, English Pea and Potato, Egg Bite, Sausage, and Sweet Potato, and Pasta Fagioli. Depending on the plan you choose, you could be serving a delicious meal each night.

Meals are priced individually and start at roughly $7 for baby stage 3 finger foods, around $8 for toddler meals, about $9 for kids' meals, and approximately $11 for teen and adult meals. Not sure if you want to commit to a weekly order? They offer a one-time purchase, but there is about a $35 order minimum.

Best for Flexible Preparation: Raised Real

Raised Real

Raised Real

If you’re looking for a delivery service that allows you to feed your baby and toddler from the same meal kit, Raised Real is for you.

Raised Real meals are designed to be flexible for many ages, which means you can use the same ingredients or meals for both your baby and toddler. For example, you can purée the ingredients for a six-month-old, or serve as finger foods to a toddler.

Ingredients are organic and plant-based. Plus, each meal contains less than 5 grams of sugar, is gluten- and allergen-free, and non-GMO. Meal options include breakfast oats filled with strawberries, blueberries, dates, cinnamon, pears, squash, and more. There is also a wide selection of anytime meals with ingredients like veggies, fruit, flax seeds, hemp seeds, avocado oil, coconut powder, and others.

Raised Real offers two meals and frequency plans. Order 12 meals and you will pay around $6 per meal, but double that to 24 and you will pay about $5 each. You have the option of delivery every two or four weeks. Raised Real offers a discount to new members: about $60 off four boxes of 24 meals or roughly $20 off four boxes of 12 meals.

Best Fruit and Veggie Flavors: Once Upon a Farm

Once Upon a Farm

Once Upon a Farm

If the spokesperson and co-founder of Once Upon a Farm looks familiar, it’s because she’s Hollywood actress Jennifer Garner.

Parents can choose from age-appropriate smoothie pouches, dairy-free yogurt, overnight oats, applesauce, and fruit and veggie pouches. The pouches are cold-pressed with certified organic ingredients, so you'll need to store them in the refrigerator. With these products, your baby will feast on delicious combinations like Banana Berry Smoothy, Blueberry Overnight Oats, Wild Rumpus Avocado blend, and Magic Velvet Mango.

The baby blends are divided up by age and include stage one fruit and veggie purees for babies over five months old, stage two for babies over seven months old, and textured-blends in stage three for babies over nine months old. The company's applesauce is for all stages. Dairy-free yogurts are an excellent choice for kids 1 year and up, while the dairy-free smoothies are best for older tots.

Once Upon a Farm offers an online subscription service for about $65 that includes 24 pouches and free shipping. But you can also make a one-time purchase of items in smaller packs of 12 or 16.

How We Chose the Best Baby Food Delivery Services

Our picks for the best baby food delivery service are a mix of baby-only meals and family-friendly subscriptions. We considered variety and the option to change meal plans weekly. We also factored in quality ingredients and products that carry the USDA certified organic label, such as Little Spoon.

Taste and food texture is another top consideration. Being able to order meals that transition from mashed and puréed to lumpier, and eventually, finger foods, is ideal. Since most, if not all, of the options have similar price points, the cost is not a significant factor. That said, the ability to place a one-time order so you can try before you subscribe is another important consideration. Once Upon a Farm and Nurtured Life ranked high for that feature.

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