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Tizzie Hall, Save Our Sleep
I have wanted to bring you a food pouch for a long time but so far have found faults with all the food pouches my clients, readers and friends have tested.This one everyone who has tested it to date has liked it so I am happy to endorse it.
Rachel Tosh, Certified Practicing Speech Pathologist
We use My Squeeze at Chatterbugs for some children with feeding difficulties. Although it is not generally suitable to assist oral motor skill development, it is a potentially useful tool for children with sensory related feeding difficulties. We have found it particularly useful in enabling some of our children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder to engage with eating less processed foods by enabling parents to prepare foods at home whilst maintaining consistent “packaging”. We also find them useful for food play in our therapy groups. The big advantage we have found for the My Squeeze compared to other reusable food pouch options we have tried is the ease of cleaning and durability.
Fiona Baker, Minime Organics
Single use yoghurt pouches are extremely popular in the school lunchbox these days but their convenience takes a heavy toll on our environment. If the average child takes a yoghurt pouch to school each day that’s around 200 plastic pouches a year. Now multiply that by a couple of hundred other children and a single school alone will experience thousands of pieces of this plastic pollution each year.
This huge amount of waste can be substantially reduced by using the My Squeeze. Not only does one My Squeeze replace hundreds of single use yoghurt pouches each year but it is also a much healthier option. Made from food grade silicon, it’s free from harmful BPA and Phthalates often found in other plastics. At Minime Organics we are always striving to find safe, non toxic products that are better for the environment and the My Squeeze ticks all our boxes!