Food bottle for smoothies and other viscous food and drink. Get rid of expensive food pouches that mostly contain apple juice. Instead you can fill a food bootle with food your child likes! The bottles are designed for yoghurt, porridge, smoothies, and purées from fruit and veg.
What makes the Subo bottles so great is that they are non squeezable = no mess! When the child sucks on the spout, the food is sucked up. Also, they are easy to wash and pretty to look at, which never hurts. Tip! If your child is trying the bottle out for the first time, suck on the spout yourself first after filling it up, to make it easy for your child to get started.
The bottle also works fine for adults who want a smoothie on the run!
Amount of food: Up to 210 ml
Materials: Plastics PP, HDPE and TPE and silicone; all phthalates and BPA free.
Wash: Take apart Subo into 7 separate parts. Place in the top rack of your dishwasher or put them in warm soapy water and wash with a cloth or bottle brush. Please dry each component thoroughly after washing before assembling.
The Subo food bottle is a really clever innovation that helps your child yet by itself. For babies that cannot chew yet, it’s perfect for fruit and veggie purées, porridge, or a full puréed meal. For older kids, it’s well suited for smoothies or yoghurt, to serve smoothies or yoghurt as a healthy and cheap snack.
The reusable bottle saves the family money and also minimizes the impact on our environment by decreasing the need for food pouches. They are also often unnecessarily sweet and often create a mess, which you won’t experience with Subo. The bottle is made from non-toxic plastic.
As the bottle cannot be squeezed, the risk that your child squeezes out the food instead of eating it is eliminated. Babies from approximately 6 months can suck from the soft silicone spout and watch the platform inside the bottle go up! The window that displays the level tells you how much is left inside the bottle.
Please note that you shouldn’t freeze or heat your Subo bottle in the microwave, but it’s fine to put frozen or heated food in the bottle. As it’s difficult to control the temperature if you heat the food in the bottle, we recommend that you heat the food first and then fill up the bottle. It’s also a good idea to fill the bottle with frozen food that is meant to thaw during the day to eat later.
The bottle can be filled up to 210 ml but it’s also fine to fill it up with less, just push the platform up before screwing on the bottom part so that there is no air between the food and the spout.
Clever innovation that helps your child eat by itself. For babies that can’t chew yet, it’s perfect for fruit and veggie purée, porridge or a full puréed meal. For older kids, it works well for smoothies or yoghurt, as a healthy and cheap snack.