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Originally Aired on the Hallmark Channel

06/2016

Yummy Spoonfuls founder Agatha Achindu and co-founder Camila Alves visit the set of Home & Family on the Hallmark Channel to talk about their new organic baby food line at Target.

Host and lifestyle expert Debbie Matenopoulos asks how the two joined forces. “Every time I had a child I thought- I’ve got to do this (baby food) as a business, and then I’d get pregnant again…and the idea would go down the drain.” Camila laments about the chaos of parenting. Lucky Agatha had beed woking with the same vision for years. The two were introduced and it was magic, so they decided to partner up.

Agatha, Camila, and Debbie go on to talk about the importance (and struggle) of getting kids to eat right. “After you become a mom you become even more aware. It’s not just about you it’s about these little creatures on the planet that have to be healthy.” Debbie says, relating to the two full-time, working moms.

Then the hosts, along with several other guests, all try their first Yummy Spoonfuls and are delighted not only by the flavor but the convenience too. “I would throw this in my workout bag!” Co-host Mark Steines says, scarfing down a stage one pouch in seconds.

The show ends with Debbie asking the important question, “Is this kid approved?”

And Agatha answers, “It’s not just kid approved. It’s adult approved.”

View the whole interview below.

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