Sunday, October 19, 2014

Reusable Pouch2Go Food Storage Pouches Review

Why are baby products so darn expensive? I would think that the smaller portions and sizes would mean smaller prices, but no, it is the exact opposite. Baby snacks are perhaps one of the greatest examples of this price hike. Such as the “puff snacks”, yogurt bites, and especially those convenient squeeze pouches of food.

I particularly love those store bought pouches of food because they are great for travel. You don’t even need utensils; you can squeeze the food right into your child’s mouth. I personally have fed a screaming twin or two like this while my husband drove us on a 4 hour car trip. The problem is that these things are very costly. They generally cost close to $2 per pouch (or more if you want organic or natural)! I know that my toddlers can eat 2 of them on their own. So needless to say, we don’t buy these pouches often. I mean, I have 4 kiddos to feed.

Due to the high cost of these baby food items, I often make our own baby food and put it in these small plastic containers that I found at Target. However, they are a pain to use. It doesn’t matter how little food I put into them, they always somehow leak out of the top…such a mess in my refrigerator and this mama does not have extra time to be cleaning up unnecessary messes!

So I was very excited to use and review some reusable food pouches from Toneband, called Pouch2Go, that were designed by Genevieve Avani. These reusable pouches are dishwasher safe and easy to clean (no sharp corners for food to get trapped in). They are BPA free of course and can even be stored in the freezer! I like that they are clear so my kiddos can see what they are eating and I can see when they are almost done.


To try these out I created a new toddler friendly recipe, Coconut Surprise, using my Baby Bullet. The pouches were easy to use. The only negative I can report is that there were no directions with the package, but I am happy to say that the pouches are so easy to use that you can figure them out without directions. You simply screw the lid on to the pouch and open the seal at the bottom; you then fill the pouch from the bottom and seal it shut. **Just a note on filling them: leave at least 1 ½ inches of space in the pouch before you attempt to seal it shut**. If you fill it more than that the contents will seep out when you seal it. The seal is simple and secure. I haven’t had any problems with leakage. I also found that the easiest way to fill the pouches was to hold the pouch in one hand and set a funnel in the opening and use my other hand to pour in the contents.

My overall Mommy Score is a 10. These pouches are a great toddler/family friendly product and my kids loved them! The company offers a full 90 day money back, no questions asked guarantee. You absolutely cannot be disappointed because they say, “If you have any questions or reasons to come back to us - please don't hesitate - all your feedback is incredibly valuable. We want you to be totally happy and satisfied with this product.” So what do you have to lose? Start saving money by using reusable pouches and order yours today via Amazon! They are available for the great price of $17.99 but for a very limited time Mama On The Bright Side readers can get this awesome product for 75% off from Thursday 10/23/14-10/25/14 ONLY by entering the PROMO code FOBDDVRU at checkout through Amazon.

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