Pouch2Go Review

Who's kids don't love the famous fruit and veggie pouches? They were a lifesaver for me when we traveled by air (which was a lot of times during the past two years). I loved them, until I started to see videos and stuff about "things people find in there". This made me gag and reminded me about the day I cut a strawberry in half and found worms inside… same day I was feeding my kid whole strawberries… yeah, awful. Now I don't do that and give him halves or quarters ha!

Anyway, what a better way to make sure your kid is eating good food than making it yourself, and best of all, reusing the pouch so there is not additional cost or garbage generation? :)

Pouch2Go is a refillable squeeze pouch ideal for homemade baby food or fruity snacks.

  • Reusable: this is a cost effective product wish will save you money and reduce your amount of garbage
  • Easy to clean: its transparent exterior and wide opening makes it easy to clean 
  • Doesn't leak: great zippers will keep your food inside no matter the content
  • Portable: They hold 4 oz and fit everywhere, so you can take them wherever you go.
  • Freezer safe: like I do, you can freeze smoothies, yogurt and fruit purees to take with you when you are on the go :)



Pouch2Go is exactly like the disposable store-bought pouches, but better because you know what is actually inside of it. Lid screws secure and prevent leaked too :)  


Amazing right? 


The first time we used it I made 4 different flavors. Mango, raspberry, strawberry and a mixed berry smoothie. They all held up really well, had zero leaks and my kid loved them after kayaking an entire morning. 


We also had one left and we took it home where he didn't let it go to the fridge again.



Pouch2Go is a great gift for moms of infant and toddlers. They are super convenient for busy moms. 

*Christmas gift ideas* WINK WINK 







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