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The World’s First Smart Snacks for Kids!
Bitsy’s Brainfood introduces the world’s first smart snack for kids. Designed as delicious treats to nurture kids’ bodies, minds and imaginations, Bitsy’s Brainfood is a tasty and nutritious snack that provides healthy and wholesome ingredients in appealing flavor combinations. Bitsy’s Brainfood encourages children to crave the right foods and makes learning fun with letter shaped cookies and a collectible sticker from Bitsy’s wacky superfood alphabet characters included in each box. Boxes have fun suggestions on how to make snack time learning time by encouraging creative play with the letters and stickers.
Each tasty bite of Bitsy's Brainfood contains a "bitsy" of nutrients to help support kids' growing bodies and brains. Fun combinations of kid favorite flavors include Zucchini Gingerbread Carrot, Orange Chocolate Beet, Lemon Broccoli and Sweet Potato Oatmeal Raisin.
· Excellent source of Omega 3 DHA, Vitamins A, B 12, B6, D3 and Folic Acid
· Good source of iron and calcium
· No GMO’s
Bitsy’s Brainfood products are available for $2.49 at retailers nationwide
About EduFoods, LLC
EduFoods, LLC. was founded by Alexandra Buckley Voris and Maggie Jones Patton, two new moms who shared a simple belief —healthy bodies and healthy minds are connected, and learning to eat smart should be fun. Bitsy’s Brainfood is EduFoods’ first product to market, a mega delicious and ultra-nutritious line of Smart Snacks. Whimsical and relatable characters Bitsy, Buck and Baxter know that eating smart and actually being smart go hand in hand. With Bitsy’s Brainfood, snack time is smart time and more nourishing than ever!
For additional information on Bitsy’s Brainfood, please visit www.bitsysbrainfood.com
The products sent to me were: Lemon Broccoli and Sweet Potato Oatmeal Raisin
Adults: I had 6 adults try both kinds of Bitsy's Brainfood and everyone preferred the Lemon Broccoli. I liked both but the Sweet Potato Oatmeal Raisin tasted good but had a different after-taste. My husband didn't like either one.
Children: I had 6 children (ages ranging 3-5) taste these two flavors. No one wanted more but 5/6 children said they liked them.