Vegan meal delivery services are all the rage right now—and with good reason. There’s a growing demand for healthy, whole foods as well as an increased awareness of the benefits of plant-based eating, but sometimes, life moves too fast to prepare the meals yourself. But why should adults have all the fun? A new vegan meal-plan service called Little Harvest is set to launch later this month, and like its name suggests, the meals are for the little ones.
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The new company—developed by vegan mother and former Daiya executive Ashley Gilday—will fill a niche for vegan baby food that hasn’t quite found its legs in the plant-based foods market.
Little Harvest meal plans are affordable, starting at $3.27 per day, and are suitable for babies and toddlers ages 4 months to 2 years. Delivery takes 24 hours, and the food arrives in a biodegradable cooler box. All meals are created from organic, local produce and use only allergy-free ingredients.
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Illinois is the lucky state that will be served this month, but Gilday plans to expand to the entire Midwest (and hopefully beyond!) in the next few months.
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Read more about raising vegan children here, and check out the Baby and Toddler Vegan Feeding Guide, a must-read for vegan parents. This important resource provides insights into why it’s safe and healthy for parents to choose a plant-based lifestyle for their children. Written by a vegan mom with a science background, this dietitian-approved guide will help answer any lingering questions you may have.
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