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How Should My Babyblends Arrive?
How Should My Babyblends Arrive?

What to Expect When Your Babyblends Delivery Arrives

Updated over a week ago

What Should I Expect When My Babyblends Delivery Arrives?

Little Spoon takes great care to ensure that your Babyblends arrive in the best possible condition, ready for your little one to enjoy. Here's what you need to know about the arrival of your Babyblends order:

Packaging and Temperature:

  • Freshly Prepared: All our blends are freshly prepared and shipped. We prioritize freshness to ensure your baby receives nutritious and delicious meals.

  • Insulated Packaging: Your order will arrive in an insulated box accompanied by gel ice packs, and in some locations, dry ice might be used. This packaging is designed to maintain an optimal temperature during transit.

  • Cool to the Touch: Upon arrival, Babyblends should be cool to the touch. This indicates they've been kept at the right temperature and are safe for your baby to consume.

Handling Upon Arrival:

  • Prompt Refrigeration: We recommend taking your Babyblends out of the box and placing them in the refrigerator as soon as possible after delivery. This helps maintain their freshness and safety.

  • If Frozen: Sometimes, due to the effectiveness of our insulation and cooling measures, Babyblends might arrive partially frozen. This is not intentional, as we do not ship our blends frozen. However, if this occurs, you have two options:

    • Freezer Storage: Store the blends in your freezer for up to 3 months. This option is great for preserving their freshness until you're ready to use them.

    • Refrigerate Immediately: Alternatively, you can place them directly in the refrigerator. The blends will thaw gradually and be ready for your baby to enjoy.

Key Takeaway: The way your Babyblends arrive is carefully planned to ensure they stay fresh and delicious from our kitchen to your home. Whether they arrive chilled or partially frozen, you can easily store them for future meals.


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