Green Sprouts Baby Food 2oz Glass Cubes
Store, carry, heat, and serve homemade baby food—Our 2 oz. containers with lids are easy to store in the fridge or freezer to conveniently defrost or reheat fresh, homemade baby food!
Tempered glass for your family’s safety—Durable, temperature-, and shatter-resistant glass cubes are chemically stable, so they won't absorb tastes or odors, or leach chemicals when heated. In the case of breakage, tempered glass breaks into larger chunks rather than shards for safer and easier clean up.
Made from safer materials—Our baby food freezer storage containers are made without PVC and hormone-disrupting BPA, BPS, and BPF additives for baby’s health and safety.
Flexible lid design provides a leak-proof seal—Lids with secure edges mold to glass cubes to prevent leaks and freezer burn.
Perfectly sized for baby meal prep—Glass storage containers hold 2 ounces (60 mL) of food and purees with embossed measurements in ounces and milliliters for perfect portions.
Multiple colors available—A variety of colors allow you to identify and organize different purees and foods for balanced meals for your little one.
Interchangeable and stackable lids and trays—Organize and save freezer space with our lids and trays that are interchangeable and stackable with all green sprouts® food cubes.
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. This product may break if dropped. Avoid excessive drops and rough handling. Breakage can occur with severe temperature changes. Do not put cubes directly into freezer or on cool surfaces if contents are hot. Do not place frozen cubes directly into hot water. If breakage occurs, dispose of cube and contents. 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. Always check food temperature before feeding. Do not serve baby food above normal body temperature of 98.6°F (37°C).