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Fresh Baby Food Mill
Fresh Baby Food Mill

Fresh Baby Food Mill

I Play

Regular price $19.99 Sale

Baby can enjoy whole, fresh, and balanced purees with the Fresh Baby Food Mill. Parents can easily and conveniently make homemade baby food in small batches at home, or on the go. It separates seeds and skins from the puree without a lot of cooking preparation. The Fresh Baby Food Mill is compact in size, and no batteries or electricity are needed!

  • Separates seeds & skins from puree
  • Compact size with built-in serving bowl
  • Convenient for small batches and on the go
  • No batteries or electricity needed
  • 8 oz (236 mL)
  • Materials: Polypropylene; Stainless steel
  • Care
  • Clean before use and after each use. Fully disassemble all parts before washing. Dishwasher safe (top rack only) or wash in warm water with mild soap and rinse thoroughly. Avoid use of abrasive cleaners. Allow to dry completely before reassembling. Do not store in direct sunlight or near a source of heat.

    To Disassemble:

    1. Turn thumb-nut (h) clockwise to tighten. Turn handle (g) counterclockwise to unlock handle assembly and remove it from the base.

    2. Turn thumb-nut (h) counterclockwise and remove from handle assembly. Remove all sections (four pieces) from center shaft (c).

    3. Remove grinder bowl (b) portion of the base from the bottom cylinder (a).

    For Your Child's Health & Safety. Adult use only. Never leave child unattended. Remove and discard all packing materials. This product and its components are not toys. Do not allow child to play with parts. Keep all components not in use out of reach of children. Before each use, inspect the product. Throw away at the first sign of damage or weakness. The US FDA recommends that fresh baby food is stored no longer than 24 hours in the refrigerator or 1 month in the freezer. They also recommend to thaw in the refrigerator. Allow cooked food to cool before placing in this product. Do not heat plastic or add hot liquids to plastic to avoid leaching chemicals into food. Do not microwave or sterilize. Always check food temperature before feeding. Do not serve baby food above normal body temperature of 98.6°F (37°C).