A San Francisco-based meal service is offering parents new options when it comes to delivering healthful, gluten-free meals to their little ones.
Raised Real, a direct to consumer delivery service which focuses on organic, nutritious meals, has announced the launch of its new breakfast line, Breakfast Oats, with four plant-based meal options.
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According to the company, these four new meals are designed for functionality including immunity, digestive support, and brain development in infants and toddlers. Emerging ingredient cranberry seed oil is utilized in several of the options; the oil is cold-pressed from the superfood berry to provide infants and toddlers with a trio of essential healthy fats. Each meal includes a variety of ingredients and all are made with certified gluten-free oats.
The four new meals are as follows:
- Oats, Açaí, Banana, Raspberry, and Cranberry Seed Oil
- Oats, Mango, Butternut Squash, Ginger, and Coconut Butter
- Oats, Strawberry, Blueberry, Date, and Cranberry Seed Oil
- Oats, Cinnamon, Pear, Sweet Potato, and Date
Like all other Raised Real meals, Breakfast Oats are pre-portioned and flash-frozen at the farm level. Parents can prepare Breakfast Oats in a matter of minutes, by adding 4-6 tbsp. of water to the meal in a saucepan and heating for 5-6 minutes. Raised Real is available in boxes of 12 or 24 meals, every 2 or 4 weeks starting at $4.99 per meal. Shipping is free.
Founded in 2017, Raised Real has made delivering organic, nutritious meals with superfood ingredients directly its mission.
“Parents are looking for clean label options to feed their kids throughout the day, and adding Breakfast Oats to our offerings is an important step for us,” said Santiago Merea, CEO and co-founder of Raised Real. “We believe that there is an opportunity to go back to the start with a product that is pretty much the opposite of what we know today as ‘baby food’ – not pre-pureed, not processed, using only ingredients you can see, and now for every meal of the day.”
For more information, visit Raised Real at www.RaisedReal.com.