BPA Free Reusable Products Review

Yummi Pouch Reusable Food Pouches Review


I received a product sample at no cost for review purposes. I was not otherwise compensated for this post, and all opinions are my own. Like most kids, mine love just about anything that comes in a pouch. Applesauce, fruit puree, yogurt – anything in a pouch. Unfortunately they are rather pricey, create a lot of garbage, and aren’t fresh, homemade foods. Yummi Pouch solves these problems with their reusable food pouches.

@yummipouch reusable food pouches via @chgdiapers 1

The pouches are made of BPA and Phthlate free, food grade polyethlyene material. They’re dishwasher and freezer safe, and can be recycled when you’re finished with them. I think they are incredibly cost effective, since they start around $2.50 each ($14.99 for a pack of 6 classic pouches.) That means that after 3 or so uses, they’ve “paid for themselves” compared to single serve pouches purchased at the store.

@yummipouch reusable food pouches via @chgdiapers 2 2.5 oz

@yummipouch reusable food pouches via @chgdiapers 3 opens on bottom

The mini 2.5 oz pouches have the lid on the top (they are reusable but you can purchase lids separately if you lose one) and zipper closure on the bottom. This size is perfect for snacks for little ones or baby food purees. The tops are the same size as those from disposable pouches, so if you do buy any, save the caps!

@yummipouch reusable food pouches via @chgdiapers 3 6 and 10 oz open on top @yummipouch reusable food pouches via @chgdiapers 4 fill line and reusable cap

The 6 oz and 10 oz pouches have the spout on the side and zipper closure on the top, plus a fill line (I overfilled the mini the first time I used it, oops!) If you’re freezing your pouches, you’ll want to leave extra space.

@yummipouch reusable food pouches via @chgdiapers 5 2.5 oz filled with yogurt

I’ve mostly been using the pouches for yogurt in my daughter’s lunch. It’s easy and fun to eat, and I don’t have to worry about losing spoons!

@yummipouch reusable food pouches via @chgdiapers 6 fits 6 oz pouch @yummipouch reusable food pouches via @chgdiapers 7 fits 2.5 oz pouch

We also received a neoprene pouch cover which insulates the 2.5 and 6 ounce packages (there is a larger size that fits the 10 oz sport pouches as well.)

You could put just about anything in the pouches, from yogurt and applesauce to smoothies and pudding. You can even use them as snack pouches for dry items. The zipper closure is very secure (as are the caps) and they are very easy to clean. I just rinse them in the sink, making sure to open the bottom gusset, then put them over the pegs on the top rack of my dishwasher.

I rarely buy pouches since my kids love them and can eat an entire box in a matter of minutes! Yummi Pouches are very reasonably priced, so I wouldn’t have a heart attack if one were mistakenly thrown away (I hope not though!)

You can shop for Yummi Pouches on their online store, and take 10% off with code PARTY4YP. Be sure to “like” Yummi Pouch on Facebook and follow @YummiPouch on Twitter.

Do your kids love pouches? Have you tried Yummi Pouch?

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Maria is an aspiring "fit mom" of 3 children, writing about cloth diapers, going green, and her life as a single mom. Maria works with many companies within the cloth diaper industry and beyond, providing social media management, product development, and other services.
  • April 1, 2015 at 4:51 pm

    […] another package with cloth diapers! We also enjoy the Yummi Pouches I reviewed last year, and have since bought more. They also make my favorite reusable […]

  • July 17, 2014 at 9:00 am

    […] I was not otherwise compensated for this post, and all opinions are my own. In May, I published my Yummi Pouch reusable food pouch review. My kids still love them (my 2 year old will ask for a “yogurt squeezy thing” at snack […]

  • Susan Howard
    June 1, 2014 at 2:22 pm

    Thank you for this! I knew there had to be a more cost effective option than my local walmart offered – ONE pouch for $7.49. Couldn’t bring myself to do it.

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