Anyone who has tried to feed a baby solid food for the first time will understand just how important a good spoon is. Here’s a look at a great new addition to the market.
When eating from a spoon is a foreign concept, the transition to solids is understandably difficult.
The Spuni, hailing from New York, aims to make the experience less messy – now that’s a big ask! The claim is that its ergonomic design will ensure more food goes in a baby’s mouth rather than on the floor. The spoons are designed to promote the latching instinct that babies use during breast and bottle feeding, through their tulip design.
The spoons are made from medical grade plastics and are free from BPA, BPS, phthalates and PVC, and are also dishwasher safe.
A set of two Spunis costs US$16, plus shipping to Australia.