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At Organix we want to give children the best start in life and believe that everybody, no matter how young, deserves to eat well. All our foods come with the Organix No Junk Promise, a stamp of reassurance so your little one gets great tasting organic snacks without the junk.

We've teamed up with Sam Avery to find out what's hiding in some baby finger foods and toddler snacks. As a parent he's standing up for his little ones and saying no to junk. Join us and Sam in campaigning for #FoodYouCanTrust

For little learners

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  • Get stuck in with finger foods As your little one grows their sense of adventure does too, so you can have fun with all sorts of foods. It is great to give your little one as much variety as possible with lots of different tastes, textures, shapes and colours. Why not take a look at our handy guide to discovering new finger foods at every stage. Find out more
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  • Discover our finger foods range From chunky rice cakes, to melt in the mouth corn puffs and ring shaped baby biscuits, our Organix finger foods come in lots of different shapes and sizes to encourage little ones to pick them up and learn to feed themselves.
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We've got lots of top tips and ideas to help you and your baby explore food together and have lots of fun along the way.

  • A taste adventure Offer two courses. A savoury food followed by a sweet one is a great way to offer a wide range of tastes and keep your little one interested. Try lots of different tastes. Babies often enjoy bitter or sour tastes like lemon, kiwi, oranges, peppers and spinach.

    Here are some ideas on how you can make discovering food fun.
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  • Time for texture Learning to chew. With your spoon you can place some of the food down the side of your baby's mouth to encourage the sideways movements of the tongue - crucial for chewing harder food. Take it slow. Introduce new textures gradually so your little one can develop the mouth control they need to enjoy different consistencies - here are some fun textures to try. Baby chewing food Find out more
  • Shape up Something new! A cube of cheese, a tube of pasta or a segment of orange are all exciting new shapes, and your little one will want to reach out and grab which helps with their hand eye coordination and motor skills. Get creative. Try making shapes with their food. Keep it simple with a heart or circle, or if you are feeling more adventurous try three different sized circles or triangles.

    Why not download our fun plate ideas and get creative.
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For busy toddlers

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  • Good snacks for growing toddlers The right snack at the right time is just what toddlers need. Toddlers' tummies aren't big enough to take on board enough energy and nutrients from just three meals a day, so little ones need two to three snacks in-between, to boost energy and fuel their explorations. Find out more
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  • Explore our toddler snacks range Our award winning Goodies toddler snacks are great for all occasions. There's a range of fun shapes and exciting flavours to explore, all wrapped up in bright and colourful packs with activities to encourage play.
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For toddlers everything is a big new adventure so here's some ideas to help you and your little one on their good food journey as they grow, from recipes to tips and fun food ideas.

  • Eating well For young children a varied diet with a selection of foods from the different food groups every day will provide all the essential nutrients they need. Go for regular meals and snacks with lots of choice. To help you out here's a little rocket showing the four main groups and suggested portion sizes for toddlers. Toddler eating tomatoe Find out more
  • Snacking well Why snack? Eating little and often is ideal as little tummies can only hold small amounts.

    Keeps your little ones going in between meals.
    Good snacking. Browse some of our recipe ideas to get lots of variety across shape, taste and texture.
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  • Exploring food Get a little messy. Let your little one squash a tomato or squeeze an orange while you are cooking. If children touch or handle foods they are more likely to put it in their mouth. Fun plates. Toddlers love to play and try new foods in an interactive way - you can make mealtimes more fun by making shapes and faces on their plate.

    Here are some ideas on how you can make exploring food fun.
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