babyfood

babyfood

(ˈbeɪbɪˌfuːd)
n
1. food for babies, often puréed
2. a food product for babies sold in tins and jars
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Kiddylicious has unveiled a range of dipping snacks called Houmous Dip-Dip - in what it claims is a first for the UK's babyfood category.
In panic, people have stocked up on medicines and babyfood. They pray the war ends before it starts.
Sweetcorn puree was close to babyfood while a black linseed cracker might go down well in California but I didn't find it added anything to the dish.
In 2007, Hero decided to expand its activities and started distributing Hero Baby, a global babyfood and dairy product line, managing in a short period of time to acquire a large share in Egyptian and Regional market.
Shahzad |Tounas (above), the creator of Muzmatch, an app for single Muslims to find partners and the For Aisha Halal babyfood stand
"He also used to have a bag full of babyfood – which he swore was good for you.
Paul Lindley, founder of babyfood brand Ella's Kitchen, has launched the Averting A Recipe For Disaster campaign - calling for a long-term plan to improve childhood nutrition in the under-fives.
And we bought 30% more organic beef, organic babyfood sales were up 10.3% and those of organic textiles increased by 7.8%, the study found.
'Ihe machine has been specifically designed for hygienic bagging and packaging operations for the dairy, bakery, babyfood and other food related industries.
Earth's Best is the organic babyfood company that the brothers founded in 1985 as part of their career at the interface between healthy food and capitalism.
The new bakery is the result of a fiveyear agreement with the Switzerlandbased babyfood company Hero AG.
For families whose needs evolve over time -- from storing babyfood jars to large cereal boxes to fine liquors for entertaining -- these kitchens can be upgraded accordingly.