Plum Kids Organic Fruit and Veggie Mashups, Carroty Chop, 3.17 Ounce, 4 Count

At Plum Organics, we believe that all children deserve access to healthy, wholesome foods. We want kids to grow, learn, and play… and one day change the world. Plum kids know that what’s good for you should taste good too. Our organic packable snacks make it easy to nourish your kids with yummy, balanced nutrition. From lunchtime to on-the-go kids never stop, and neither does Plum. So grab a snack from our whole line of fruits, grains, yogurts, and yes even veggies! We’ll be there anytime with real organic foods to inspire a joy of eating and energy for exploration. A Mashup of pure, organic fruit and veggie fun! We’ve taken real organic fruits and veggies and mashed them into purees you can squeeze and eat! Plum Kids Fruit & Veggie Mashups have all the natural sweet of your favorite fruits and some extra pow from colorful veggies. They’re great for tossing in the lunchbox for school lunch or eating on the go. We like to think of them as an easy squeezy way to snack! Our innovative shelf stable pouch retains freshness, flavor and nutrients of purees and offers easy feeding with a convenient, portable and resealable no mess solution for kids. Our products are certified organic, nutrient rich, free of high fructose corn syrup, trans fats, and artificial ingredients. Organic Fruit and Veggie Mashups from Plum Organics a fun, healthy snack for kids on the go!

Quick facts

  • A blend of real organic fruit and veggies
  • Certified organic, Non-GMO ingredients
  • No added sugar & free of high fructose corn syrup, trans fats and artificial ingredients
  • Great for the lunchbox and on-the-go snacking
  • Convenient, portable & resealable pouch; 100% BPA-free packaging
  • Packaging May Vary

Top reviews

My picky kids love them, I love the veggies.

These are great! I send the kiddos off to preschool with one every day. They love them and consider them a treat, and I love the fact that they’re getting some veggies at lunch. They’re very picky eaters who normally don’t eat veggies unless I’m right on top of them, urging them along. You can get these at the grocery store, but they’re about a buck fifty a pop at my local market. Shop wisely on Amazon and compare prices–you should be able to get them for under a dollar. Still a bit steep for some mashed up food, but I think it’s worth it to keep a steady stream of veggies in picky kids’ tummies.
TyCowen, WV

Mostly applesauce, not really carrot

If you want applesauce with a bit of carrot flavoring, this is the one for you. If you’re expecting carrot puree, skip it.

On the other hand, the price is pretty good for an organic product.

CheriOcotillo, CA

A great healthy snack to keep around for the kids

These have become staples in our house. I first picked up the “Blueberry Blitz” from our local super-market, but the only other flavors they carried were “fruit-only”. I really liked the fact that you get at least some veggies in these (albeit a few places down on the ingredient list). So I came to Amazon and ordered “Carroty-Chop” and “Beetbox Berry”. So far the kids (boys aged 4 and 6) love them. They are an easy snack to throw in the lunch box or to take on the road. I also like that they have a long shelf life and they are certified organic by the Oregon Tilth, one of the more stringent organic certification agencies.

Here are the ingredient lists since I don’t see them on Amazon:
Blue-Berry Blitz: organic apple puree, organic blueberry puree, organic carrot puree, organic purple carrot juice, organic lemon juice
Carroty Chop: organic apple puree, organic carrot puree, organic mango puree, organic orange juice, organic lemon juice
Beetbox Berry: organic apple puree, organic strawberry puree, organic carrot puree, organic beet juice, organic lemon juice

They are all 60 calories and have 11 grams of sugar.

I’ve also taken to buying the “Peter Rabbit Organics” which have more vegetables mixed in with the fruit and are a little larger. My kids prefer the Mashups, but they also like the Peter Rabbit brand, so I just have a big basket of them all mixed in and I grab what makes sense. If we’ve dined out and they didn’t get a lot of veggies I give them a “Peter Rabbit” for bedtime snack. If I’m just adding a little something to their lunch box I’ll throw in a Mashup. It does help keep the kids away from the junk food, particularly at snack time. A great tool in the “trying to feed the kids healthy stuff” arsenal.

And to be honest I’ve been known to grab one when I need a quick snack. They taste pretty good, and it’s better than grabbing cookies or chips.

ChasidyNaponee, NE