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Originally Aired on CBS Austin

08/25/2016

Yummy Spoonfuls co-founder Camila Alves travels south to her hometown of Austin, TX, to talk with the lovely folks at We Are Austin. The new flash-frozen organic baby food is Taylor and Jordan’s Pick of the Day!

“Not all organic is created equal.” Camila tells We Are Austin while promoting the brand on the show, informing them of Yummy Spoonfuls commitment to purity. 

And the hosts are eager to try the product. “I feel like this is the kind of baby food that secretly the adults or their babysitters try and sneak because they taste it and it’s so good.” Taylor says after tasting her first Yummy Spoonfuls.

“When you have a sugar craving this is where you need to go.”Jordan says, excited to have a new healthy option for his sweet-tooth.

The interview ends with laughter and hugs. “Thank you so much you’re one of our hometown sheroes ” Taylor happily encourages wife, mother, and entrepreneur Camila Alves.

Watch the entire interview here.

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