Frequently Asked Questions
Please know first and foremost, you are always welcome to reach out to us at email@example.com and that we genuinely like to interact with our customers! That being said, sometimes quick answers are necessary so here are answers to our most frequently asked questions!
What does 'cold-pressed' mean?
Cold-pressed means that we use pressure rather than heat to process. This allows us to eliminate any potentially harmful bacteria while keeping the vitamins, nutrients, flavor, color and texture that gets lost through the heat treatment process. It also means that our products live in your refrigerator rather than a shelf and that they're fresh versus shelf-stable.
Can I freeze your products?
Is your packaging recyclable?
For sure! It's incredibly important to our founder that Tiny Human Food® is a company that creates a better life for tiny humans... this includes taking care of the planet that supports them! Our cups are even reusable! Simply clean them when you're all done and toss little snacks in them for on-the-go!
Is your plastic BPA free?
Yes, of course!
Can I postpone a delivery if we're not quite ready?
Yep! Simply go into your account and update your delivery date!
How long is a cup good for once it's been opened?
You'll want to use the remaining food within 24-48 hrs. from opening. The reason for this is once the seal is removed and air/any contaminants are introduced, bacteria can begin to develop.
Why don't you offer the product in pouches?
We don't offer Tiny Human Food™ in pouches for a multitude of reasons from the fact that they delay motor-skill development to the fact that they've been linked to childhood obesity (babies slurp the food down so fast that their brains don't have time to tell their stomachs that they're full). We completely understand that in today's GO-GO-GO way of life, they can seem like a huge timesaver, but the risks unfortunately outweigh the rewards.
SIDE NOTE: You will notice that we have organic juices in some of our recipes. This is because we want to offer single flavor profile recipes rather than blends of a bunch of different ingredients and when you do that with fresh produce, you need to be at a certain pH in order for the cold-press process to be effective at killing potentially harmful bacteria. We're mindful of the fact that juices can change the flavor so we have worked hard to find the right amounts and combinations to make them virtually undetectable and put the least amount possible to avoid adding unnecessary natural sugars.