Raised Real

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Santiago MereaHunter@santiagomerea · CEO & Founder @ Raised Real
I am so excited to share our new baby food company with the PH community. Michelle and I experienced the pain of trying to juggle feeding our own families healthy, homemade meals while maintaining work and family down time but quickly discovered there were no practical solutions. So we set out to disrupt the baby food industry with a new system that includes a subscription of raw, single-serve meals and an all-in-one Meal Maker, enabling any parent to easily make homemade, nutritious baby food. Steven was drinking beers at the time… 😂 Let us know if you have any questions. Best! To celebrate, we are giving you a 20% discount on the first box (+ a free Meal Maker with your bi-weekly or monthly subscription). Use the code producthunt during checkout.
Niv DrorHiring@nivo0o0 · VC at Shrug Capital
Great Demo GIF 👌
Andreas Duess@andreasduess · CCO, Nourish Food Marketing
Holy expensiveness. I've got three kids, cooked from scratch for all of them. Here's what you do: while you're cooking for your wife and yourself, portion off some stuff that's without spices or excessive salt, blend and serve. Pennies, not dollars, per meal and a wonderful side effect is that our kids got used to eating diverse foods from a very early age. At the age of one, our oldest loved spicy pickled beans, my four year old has a love affair with anchovies, all of them love cheese, the stinkier, the better. If you have access to reasonably good produce, then you can cook for a baby.
Santiago MereaHunter@santiagomerea · CEO & Founder @ Raised Real
@andreasduess Love the hack and the fact that you were exposing your kids to all that amazing food. We also recommend that, and if you look at our meals page (https://www.raisedreal.com/meals), our meals have diverse ingredients too. I have twin boys and love to cook, but honestly, more often than not, we don't really have time to cook, especially early enough to save some for the boys. This is where this idea came from. Some parents don't have enough time to do that, and it is okay. There is no one correct way of parenting and we need to feel less guilty about it. As far as the cost goes, you can visit our pricing page (https://www.raisedreal.com/compare) and see that we are not too far from other options. Not to mention the machine we give you, etc. Anyways, thanks for the comment and hope you see why some parents might see the value in this.
Mariano SuarezBattanHiring@batmelon · CEO, MURAL
Simplifies the preparation that we already were doing ourselves and expands by combining other ingredients we were not introducing to our baby's diet. Our baby girl loves it.