Would you like to test Mia & Ben fresh organic baby and toddler food? £100 voucher to be won for feedback
JustineBMumsnet · 18/06/2020 14:32
We’re looking for 150 Mumsnet users with at least one child aged between 6 months and 4 years to test newly launched baby and toddler food from Mia & Ben.
Here’s what Karina, Co-founder at Mia & Ben has to say: “Mia & Ben has all of the taste, vitamins and colour preserved because what we don’t do, unlike other companies, is use heat to preserve our food as it destroys all of the natural vitamins and flavour. Instead, we use pressure (technical term: High Pressure Processing) to keep the vitamins and taste locked in. We're very excited to see what you think about our new kids' food!"
Mia & Ben products are found in the fridge aisle, and so selected testers will be sent a voucher so that they can purchase products from the Mia & Ben range from Sainsbury’s (you can find out if they’re stocked in your local Sainsbury’s store via this link). Following testing the range with their child, testers will need to give their feedback on a thread on the Mumsnet site, as well as completing a short survey.
All selected testers who give their feedback via both the thread and survey will be entered into a prize draw where one MNer will win a £100 voucher for the store of their choice (from a list).
If you’re interested in taking part, please click here to sign up.
Thanks and good luck!
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WhiteVixen · 20/06/2020 08:59
NoUseNumber31 · 20/06/2020 16:17
PurpleGoose · 21/06/2020 08:42
According to the linked search, they're not found in any Sainsbury's within 50 miles of me!
DurhamDurham · 21/06/2020 14:53
I've applied, it's for our granddaughter who now lives with us. Hope that's ok
chilledteacher · 22/06/2020 07:58
SpacePug · 22/06/2020 11:25
Eep14 · 23/06/2020 17:21
Done :) would really love for both of my children to try this!!
Stej7 · 23/06/2020 17:43
Blondeshavemorefun · 23/06/2020 18:46
Love my toddler trying and eating healthy But tasty meals and snacks
mommathatwearspink · 24/06/2020 00:42
freakfire · 24/06/2020 10:36
Temp123999 · 24/06/2020 10:54
Gosh who thinks putting food in plastic pouches is gods for toddlers or the environment...
Temp123999 · 24/06/2020 10:55
How hard is it to steam a few veggies
DurhamDurham · 24/06/2020 13:11
We can't all be as virtuous as you @Temp123999
I do prepare home cooked food but enjoy the convenience of ready made occasionally.
QuestionableMouse · 25/06/2020 12:10
copperoliver · 27/06/2020 03:06
ruralcat · 27/06/2020 07:44
Diverseduvet · 27/06/2020 22:24
Is introducing your children to ready meals really a good idea? Any cooked from scratch meal is bound to be better. Don't let theses companies get your kids hooked on packaged food. Anything you cook for them is bound to be better.
QuestionableMouse · 27/06/2020 22:28
Give it a rest will you @Diverseduvet
Stuff like this has its place. Unless you've never grabbed anything ready made ever? 🤨🤨🤨
Diverseduvet · 27/06/2020 23:02
Hi Mouse, give children the basis of really good home cooked food then ready made occasionally won't really adversely affect them. Companies are all vying for the next consumer so it's not something I would encourage, or rely on. Telling people to ' give it a rest' is a bit hostile on a discussion forum!
GemmeFatale · 30/06/2020 12:59
I mean I grow our own fruit and veg and cook most stuff from scratch. I also buy the occasional pie/jar of curry sauce/takeout for DH and me because sometimes we just fancy it. I see this as the same. I’ll still cook most stuff for DC but if there’s an easy, relatively healthy option I’m likely to use it occasionally.
luanda111 · 01/07/2020 22:59
done, my daughter loves mia & ben fruit pouches from sainsburys.
Temp123999 · 02/07/2020 12:45
But do you slurp out of a pouch whilst driving as I've seen toddlers sucking their dinner out of these in pushchairs.
cornishmama93 · 02/07/2020 16:35
Done! Just started weaning and this would be great
Maduixa · 05/07/2020 19:28
Message withdrawn at poster's request.
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