Good Day!

Thank you for your support. Here are some guidelines which you may want to go through before handling the food items.  Should you have any doubt or questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. Happy Eating !

Storing, Thawing, Reheating & Feeding Guide

1. Frozen cooked food should always be stored away or/and above raw food items at all times to prevent cross contamination.

2. Frozen food items can be stored in the freezer up to 3 months from the date of cooking., but we would recommend the items to be best consumed within 2 weeks of purchase, well before the "use by" date. As our food items are free from added salt, preservatives, stabiliser and additives, the shelf life may be shorter than commercially produced food items.

3. Ensure proper thawing of food item i.e. thaw in the chiller overnight, placed under cold running water, thaw in the microwave.

4. Reheat food item to a safe internal temperature (>75deg cel) for consumption. You may either empty the contents and steam the food items, heat up the contents gently over the stove top, reheat the contents (NOT THE FOOD PACK) in an oven, or reheat the contents in a microwave, using a microwave safe container.

5. Food consistency and taste may be adjusted by adding liquids and/or seasonings such as milk, water and stocks (especially before microwaving to prevent drying up).

6. Do not reheat food for the second time after consumption. Dispose of any leftovers right after use.

7. Always taste the food and assess for spoilage before consumption.

8. Check for bones and any choking hazard ie size of food, especially before feeding the child.

9. Introduce new foods one at a time and monitor for any allergic reaction.

10. Mix and match different food items to ensure that the child (and you) get sufficient nutrients from each food group. A general guideline for daily requirements would be at least 5 servings of fruits and vegetables, 2 servings of protein, 6-10 servings of carbohydrates a day (portion size varies with the age and activity level of the child).

The above information serves as guide. The shelf life of the actual product depends on various factors such as storage conditions, temperature control, food handling methods, etc. As much as you can, like us, let the child dictate his/her appetite, try not to force feed as it tends to lead to overeating. Let the child follow their internal hunger cues and interest in foods.

Relax & Enjoy the feeding process !