All About Squooshi Pouches
What is a Squooshi Pouch?
Squooshi is a patented reusable food pouch. They are adorable and refillable squeeze pouches that give you the freedom to give your babies and kids healthy food in a fun container they'll love to use. With a sturdy zip-lock style seal located on the bottom of the pouch and a choke-proof cap, Squooshi reusable food pouches can be filled with whatever squishy wholesome goodness you and your little ones desire for a healthy, on-the go snack or meal.
Fill. Eat. Wash. Repeat. It's that easy.
What can I put in a Squooshi Pouch?
Squooshi refillable pouches are perfect for any squishy food. We fill them with applesauce, smoothies, fruit, grain and veggie purees, homemade baby food, yogurts, oatmeal – anything of a squishy consistency.
Where can Squooshi Pouches go?
Squooshi pouches are easy to fill and take with you wherever you go. School. The park. Sporting events. Bike rides. Car rides. In the stroller. Soccer practice. You name it!
For homemade baby food, Squooshi reusable squeeze pouches mean no more frozen cubes or fussing around with freezer trays, no extra bowls and spoons, and no breakable jars or double-dipping. They can go straight from filling, to the freezer, to your bag, to your child's hand (and mouth) with no fuss (and less mess!).
Don't tell your kiddos, but you'll probably end up using Squooshi refillable food pouches too - they're great for the gym, bike rides, camping and travel.
How do I fill my Squooshi Pouch?
Several easy ways!
Through an extra sturdy zipper located on the bottom of the pouch. Simply turn the pouch over, pull apart the zipper, make sure your cap is on and pour or spoon in your favorite squishy food. Some people like to use a funnel but we think its super easy to just use a spoon once you get the hang of it. If filling through the bottom, fill 3/4 full.
With The Filling Station (sold here). The Filling Station quickly fills 6-8 pouches.
Avoid the microwave, hot liquids, and anything with a consistency thinner than applesauce.
REGARDING CONSISTENCY, for little ones that may be even more inclined to squeeze and tip their Squooshi pouches, we suggest making your purees a bit thicker so they're less likely to spill out as little hands eat and play. Or, try capping your Squooshi pouch with the Softsip which have a flow control valve and cap. Learn more about these awesome little soft tops here.
TIP: Wipe away any seeds or food bits from the zipper, and make sure the bottom is sealed completely after filling.
How do I clean my Squooshi Pouch?
Our pouches were designed specifically for ease of cleaning. Every section of the interior of our pouch is easily rinsed with a direct stream of water. Just pop them in the top rack of your dishwasher or wash them by hand with warm soapy water.
What about the pouch itself?
As a family-run company committed to sustainability, we are continually researching new processes and options for ecologically sound, food safe packaging. Squooshi resealable food pouches use less fuel in shipping than do pre-packaged food-filled pouches, and they are reusable, so they save energy and reduce waste, air pollution, and global warming. We hope you will fill them with organic goodness whenever possible to reduce pesticide exposure and support organic farming. Squooshi pouches are a good step, in a better direction and we thank you for joining us in our quest for good, clean, healthy, and fun living on this planet we all share.
As eco-minded parents and grandparents, we made sure Squooshi reusable food pouches are made with the greatest of care. My dad and I researched every possible food safe, squishy safe, container, and feel good about the product we've created for you.
Squooshi reusable food pouches are BPA-free, PVC-free, Lead-free, Phthalate-free, puncture resistant plastic, to provide convenience and durability without unnecessary chemicals. The manufacturer we work with is ISO 9001 certified and BRC rated, meaning the company meets international standards for quality and safety protocols as pertains to ingredients, allergens, hygiene, humane trade practices, and foreign ingredient exposures.