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Originally featured on Thirtytwoseven.com

08/10/2016

In this exclusive interview with Yummy Spoonfuls founder Agatha Achindu the lifestyle blog Thirtytwoseven.com gets the scoop on how the company began, tips for feeding picky eaters and balancing life as a working mom.

“As a mother, I believe every child deserves the best tasting, nourishing food regardless of the status of their parents.” Agatha says, talking about the importance of organic food in a baby’s diet. “Feeding our babies fresh, nutritious, yummy, homemade food should be a choice available to each and every parent because our babies deserve the very best.”

In regards to collaborating with a new partner, Agatha says, “I remember listening to her (Camilla Alves) talk about her childhood and thinking that it sounded so much like mine. We spent three hours talking about our aspirations and visions for making America healthy again by making fresh frozen, wholesome, nutritious food readily available to all parents.”

The post ends by asking Agatha why Yummy Spoonfuls is such a great product for working moms. She answers, “Simply because Yummy Spoonfuls is made from scratch. It’s made just like you would at home if you had the time using fresh, organic ingredients. We shop, peel, gently cook in small batches and immediately freeze without adding anything else to it, just like you would at home.”

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