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WHAT PARENTS ARE SAYING

This delivery was so helpful - saved me a week’s worth of cooking and my children loved the food. I like how all the nutritional Information is included as well as the little kids activity! Will definitely order again!

Karen

"The best choice for healthy and nutritious foods for kids! Highly recommended to protect kids from future health problems."

Katerina

"This is not just food. This is real science and knowledge and love behind every meal."

Ivanka

"Your meals are a win win situation. I have zero time to cook and with Sprout, my 6 yo has at least one fully balanced meal, I would never be able to offer."

Christina

"I was seeking a solution for my child that was wholesome, clean and honest. I have a very picky eater on my hands and whilst she was hesitant with some of the dishes, I was blown away by the number of dishes she had and then actually had more of. We are very thankful for having access to such good food."

Reema

SPROUT MEALS

OUR PHILOSOPHY

When it comes to food for our children, we are proponents of nutrition science which dictates our recipes – each of our meals nurtures growth and longevity and minimizes disease risk. We take this very seriously.

There are just too many diseases “fueled-by” and “feeding-off” what we eat – diabetes type II, cardiovascular disease, obesity and cancer to name a few.

And it all begins in childhood.

Based on the best available balance in science, Sprout’s food follows a whole-food, plant-based (WFPB) approach with very minimal use of salt.

We stay away from preservatives or additives. Our meals are made with fresh, unprocessed, wholesome ingredients and prepared using scientific cooking methods to maximize nutrient density.

All parents want to see their children grow and thrive. And, all parents want to feed their children nutritious food, but lately, feeding our children has become a bit of a daunting task for many of us. Questions like, “Should I give my child one spoonful of broccoli every day, every week or every month?“, “Is dairy bad for you, and if so, why?“, “How long can I cook vegetables before they lose their nutrients?“. Add this to the time required to shop, prepare and cook, it becomes easy to understand why this isn’t a breeze.

There are so many questions and it’s hard to find answers and guidance. We get that – not everyone has a nutrition-science degree and you shouldn’t have to bend over backwards to feed your child nutritious and sound food.