What are resolutions are for 2013? If the resolutions are to:
· Be Healthier
· Eat More Veggies
· Be More Eco-Friendly
…we think Kidfresh meals can help you stick to them again! And here’s how:
Kidfresh provides families like yours with the best all-natural, nutritious and easy-to-serve kids meals available in the freezer sections of the leading grocery stores and super markets in the United States. Our meals have 100% natural ingredients and key nutrients for growing children – all ready in 4 minutes. Each meal comes high in protein and vitamins, contains low sodium — all for under 400 calories.
Our meals also have hidden (and not-so-hidden) veggies in every meal! Some of our meals offer up to 33% of a child’s daily vegetable requirement – the USDA recommends children ages 4- to 8-years old eat at least 1½ cups of vegetables per day. Here’s a list of veggies you can find in some our meals: carrots, sweet potatoes, onions, celery, butternut squash, corn and peas.
And, to reduce our carbon footprint, our packaging is BPA- and Phthalate-Free so you can use them safely in your home. Also, we use sustainable, 100% recyclable packaging and our boxes are made from 100% recycled cardboard.
I’m a huge proponent of home-cooked meals (luckily I LOVE to cook) but with two working adults, it can be difficult to cook each night – especially with a starving child! Kidfresh meals are a great way we avoid the drive-through lane. Zap it quickly in the microwave, add a side of fresh cut veggies and dip and a glass of milk and a parent can feel pretty good about their kid’s meal. I found Kidfresh meals at my local Publix store. Since my husband comes home earlier with Lily, I feel good knowing there’s a Kidfresh meal in the freezer in case he doesn’t have time to cook or we are out of leftovers.
Check out kidfresh.com for a link to a coupon!