Sometimes, convincing the kiddos to eat their veggies is like pulling teeth. Most children would much rather indulge in cookies than anything green or with the name “Brussels” in it. However, two health-conscious moms have created a brand of snacks that actually encourages children to enjoy eating fruits and vegetables.
Bitsy’s Brainfood, touted as “the world’s first smart snack for kids,” is bound to be your favorite lunchbox treat come back-to-school time and is perfect for tossing in backpacks and diaper bags to keeps happy and satisfied while you’re out and about. Each bite-size Bitsy’s Brainfood snack is packed with nutrients, including calcium, iron, folic acid, vitamins A, B 12, D 3 and Omega-3 to support developing bodies and brains. The snacks are made with organic ingredients and all natural fruits and veggies and contain no preservatives, trans fats, artificial colors or flavors
Apart from tasting delish and not too sweet (the toddlers in my life ate up the Brainfood!), everything about the snacks are kid-friendly from letter-shape snacks and interactive packaging to cool stickers and characters. The Web site’s fun for the little ones, too.
Bitsy’s Brainfood is available in four delicious flavors including Zucchini Gingerbread Carrot, Sweet Potato Oatmeal Raisin, Orange Chocolate Beet and Lemon Broccoli. Bitsy’s Brainfood is available for $2.79 at http://bitsysbrainfood.com/.
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