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Umatie recommended as good food for kiddies

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Umatie cooks delicious and nutritious baby and kiddie meals. The offer a variety of wholesome baby food, all made from fresh produce, spices and herbs.

They provide delivery services for their clients and have been doing this for the past four years.

Their clients can place customised orders online, choose a balanced weekly meal planner for ease of use. It comes with a menu to stick on your fridge, and you can order from the individual baby and kiddie meals to suit the little one’s needs.

Owners Anna and Judi took a year off to try out different recipes and worked with a dietician to make sure they offer a balanced diet to their clients.

Umatie's baby range is suitable for babies from when they first start weaning and the kiddie's range is from 18 months up to 5 years.

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