Babe-Eeze 2-in-1 bowl and feeding mat
Issued by Commitment Promotions - Sep 18th, 15:23
Most parents know the nightmare mess if their little ones flip over their bowl of food at mealtimes. The new Babe-Eeze 2-in-1 bowl and feeding mat is a clever innovation which suctions directly to the table, making it virtually impossible for toddlers to tip over their food bowls.
The 2-in-1 bowl and feeding mat has five compartments which separate and vary food choices - reminding parents to serve a veggie, protein, carbohydrate and fruit which makes for a well-balanced diet and helps babies to cultivate good eating habits.
The bowl’s design is great fun and puts kids in the right mood for a positive mealtime experience. Babe-Eeze 2-in1 bowl and feeding mats fit onto most highchair trays allowing kiddies to eat with the rest of the family at the dining room table.
The Babe-Eeze 2-in-1 bowl and feeding mat is made from 100% food-grade silicone that is BPA, BPS, PVC and phthalate free. It is designed for infants and toddlers from 6+ months or whenever they begin the weaning process. The Babe-Eeze 2-in-1 bowl and feeding mats are available in three colours and are dishwasher safe, microwave and oven proof up to 200°C.
Babe-Eeze 2-in1 bowl feeding mats are available from Dis-Chem and Independent pharmacies for around R300.
Tel: 011 794 1369
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