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Squeez'Ems pouches allow families to take food on the road

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Great for kids of all ages.

Booginhead, the maker of Squeez’Ems has announced that it has improved its Squeez'Ems reuseable food pouches by adding a new screwtop lid.

I would say they are just about perfect, and the perfect device for parents that want control what their kids eat and snack on.

The 100% leak-proof seal really does the trick, and they are clear in color so kids know what is on the inside. They are easily washable and non-toxic. There are also no removeable parts, so nothing gets lost.
Squeez'Ems allow you to pack healthy snacks to take on-the-go.

This from Booginhead:

Squeez’Ems reusable food pouches are ideal for parents who want to give their kids a healthy, nutritious snack when away from home. They are great for yogurt, smoothies, applesauce or any blended food. Because Squeez’Ems reusable food pouches can be filled with whatever the parents choose, they are a great solution for those concerned over the nutrition content of premade store-bought food pouches which can often be filled with sugar or preservatives. Squeez'Ems are also BPA, PVC, and phthalate free.

For more info on Squeez’Ems, please visit They can also be found on the Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest social media platforms. Squeez'Ems are available at BabiesRUs stores and on

Two pouches for $10. You can't beat that. Also Squeez'Ems make a great holiday gift.


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