Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Ian's Natural Foods for Kids - Review

 
It's January, are you following through on your New Year Resolutions?
 
Our big one this year is to be eat healthier as a Family.
 
I'm not usually big on resolutions, but I find it really important to gradually change our diet to a healthier one.
 
 
I've been discovering tons of companies that are focusing on offering healthy Natural foods for busy families. 
 
Ian's is the latest brand we have tried, and I'm loving it so far.
 
Most of their products are:
  • No Wheat or Gluten
  • No Milk
  • No Soy
  • No Nuts
  • No Eggs
  • Non-GMO
  • No Preservatives
Perfect for families with allergies.  You can search products of their website based on the requirements above.
 
 
For this review we tried the Alphatots, and the Southwest Chicken tenders. 
The kids loved them both.  The Southwest Chicken tenders were a little spicy for my youngest one, personally I couldn't taste the spiciness.
 
I loved that they are minimally processed, and I can make a quick lunch in the oven without feeling guilty about what the kids are eating.
 

 I had fun making their lunches, and they didn't anything on their plates!
 
ABOUT IAN'S:

The first focus of Ian’s Natural Foods was to provide tasty all-natural and organic foods, which expanded to gluten-free foods for kids. It began with kid favorites like chicken nuggets and patties. The kid-friendly selections were a hit!

Today, the Ian’s brand is part of the Elevation Brands’ family; providing individual consumers the power to influence the health and wellness of their families and the world we share. Ian’s has grown into a national brand with 35 products sold throughout the United States and Canada.

BUY IT: Purchase Ian's products online HERE or Find the products at your local grocery store.  For a list of Stores look HERE.

Disclosure: I was provided with a free sample of the product above in order to write this review.  However, all opinions are 100% mine.  I did not receive any other form of compensation.

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