Food Pods

Dual-purpose, collapsible, food-grade platinum silicone freezer tray with click-on lids. Choose from pastel pink, pastel blue, light green. 

Mama O has sampled all types of freezer trays for baby food storage and these work the best for removing frozen purees and meals with ease. Each compartment holds a 1/4 cup volume. They can be used to carry fruit, nuts, sweets, crackers or other foods when not in use for freezing, or as a multi compartment snack tray for toddlers.

Features

  • BPA, PVC and phthalate-free, food grade silicone

  • Fully recyclable

  • Available in three different colours

  • Dishwasher and microwave safe

  • Flexible silicone body to make removing food a breeze 

  • Keep food fresh for up to 6 months

Please note: If freezing breastmilk, it is not recommended to keep frozen for longer than 3 months unless in a deep freeze. Do not re-freeze thawed food, breast milk or formula. The World Health Organisation recommends babies commence solids from 6 months old. Please consult your midwife or medical professional if introducing solids earlier. 

$24.00NZD

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Cleaning & Care

Wash before and after each use. Although dishwasher safe, we recommend using a bottle brush and hand with warm, soapy water and rinsing thoroughly. Do not use any bleach-based cleaners or tablets to sterilise or clean. To sterilise, use a steam steriliser (electric or microwave) or boil in water for 2-3 minutes. Silicone may absorb colours and discolour over time, though this will not adversely affect its function.

Caution: Adult supervision is required at all times. Check product condition regularly. Replace if this product shows any signs of damage. Do not store near any sharp objects. Keep in dry, cool place and avoid storing in direct sunlight.

Please note: The World Health Organisation recommends babies commence solids from 6 months old. Please consult your midwife or medical professional if introducing solids earlier.