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Try ‘Em: Little Bellies Pick-Me Sticks

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano

Photography by Photos Courtesy of Little Bellies

Especially in the early days, matching a baby’s age and stage with the snacks they are getting—and safely feeding to themselves!—is key. Which is where Little Bellies comes in.

The organic snack brand makes snacks specifically for the 7+ months, 10+ months, and 12+ months age ranges, making sure each snack is appropriate when it comes to preferred textures, shapes, flavors, and baby’s level of dexterity. Plus, Little Bellies doesn’t frown at kids playing with their food—they design for it!

The brand’s latest playful, grab-and-go snack for early eaters? Pick-Me Sticks—long, finger-shaped, puffed organic corn wonders that are made specifically with first stage snacking and safe self-feeding top of mind.

Part of Little Bellies’ Tasty Textures range (for ages 7+ months), Pick-Me Sticks are an ideal way to introduce subtle flavors and new texture experiences, thanks to the product’s soft shape that little fingers love to hold and play with, all while building dexterity and independence.

Pick-Me Sticks currently come in 3 flavors: Organic Sweet Potato, Organic Banana, and Organic Strawberry. All are certified organic and non-GMO. And none of the flavors are sweetened or salted, just naturally delicious!

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Bonus points: Pick-Me Sticks come in a resealable package, and the sticks are big enough to keep little ones occupied for long stretches of time, playing with and gnawing on the melt-in-your-mouth sticks. Plus, in just 4 sticks, babies aged 7-12 months will get 10% of their daily value of iron.

Ready to start to develop your baby’s palate, while sharpening their motor skills and nurturing independence? You can find Pick-Me Sticks at Target and online at LittleBellies.com.

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This post is brought to you by Mother + Little Bellies.

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