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Product Review: Bitsy’s Brainfood – the world’s first smart snack for kids

What a cute concept for a snack food for kids. Bitsy’s Brainfood are little treats to nurture kids’ bodies with unique flavor combinations. The adorable packaging and a fun web site make Bitsy’s Brainfood a company to check out.

These treats are made with natural organic ingredients and real fruits and veggies. They are available in 4 varieties: Zucchini Gingerbread Carrot, Sweet Potato Oatmeal Raisin, Orange Chocolate Beet and Lemon Broccoli.

The bite-sized treats are packed with the good stuff to help support developing bodies and brains, like vitamins and Omega-3 and folic acid with a good source of calcium,iron and whole grains. There are no GMO’s, preservatives, trans fats, artificial colors or flavors.

I had my older daughter test out the Lemon Broccoli with a friend and they said, “sounds yucky” but tested them out and then said,”broccoli? where?” They then proceeded to eat them by the handfuls. I thought it tasted like a yummy lemon cookie! My daughter said she would take them for snack!

Bitsy’s Brainfood was founded by Maggie Jones Patton and Alexandra Buckley Voris, two new moms who share a simple belief – healthy bodies and healthy minds are connected and learning to eat smart should be fun.
They are $2.49-2.79 per box at Wegmans, Diapers.com, FreshDirect, and Abe’s market (http://www.abesmarket.com). Check them out online

Yummy new snacks for kids: Bitsy’s Brainfood

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