Tiny is for...
Babies and toddlers,
6 months to 3+ years
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Try our seasonal recipes featuring Pumpkin and Butternut Squash!
Raise an Adventurous Eater Expose your little one to a variety of flavors, textures, and shapes to reduce picky eating later in life.
Real Flavors From the First Bite Give your child the opportunity to acclimate to the taste of vegetables and healthy flavors from the earliest bites.
Chef-Curated Meals For Your LO Offer carefully crafted meals to suit your baby’s and toddler’s developmental milestones.
Backed By Experts
"There is no better time in a child’s life to make nutrition a top priority than during infancy and toddlerhood: when their bodies and immune system are developing, food preferences are being shaped, and their brains are growing faster than ever."
Priscilla Barr, MS, RDN, Neonatal Nutritionist, NYU Langone & Tiny's Nutritional Advisor
"Tiny Organics is a member of our Food and Nutrition Innovation Council at the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts University, and I’m proud to personally serve as Tiny's scientific advisor."
Dariush Mozaffarian, MD, DrPH, Professor at the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy & Tiny's Scientific Advisor
"Shaping the palates of our youngest eaters is more important than ever. We are encouraged and invigorated to partner with Tiny Organics in this important work, which will continue enabling us to cultivate healthier environments for America's next generation and end the childhood obesity crisis."
Nancy E. Roman, President and CEO, Partnership for a Healthier America
Proud partner of
Veggies Early and Often
Through Veggies Early and Often, Partnership for a Healthier America is convening industry leaders including Tiny Organics, health professionals, and early education partners to consolidate evidence and outline an action agenda to help improve the food landscape for the nation’s youngest eaters through a veggie-forward approach. Our campaign’s messages aim to educate parents, caregivers, health professionals, and baby and toddler food makers about the importance of early, repeated exposure to vegetables for young eaters.