Go green with Beaba

Beaba introduce new Eucalyptus Green Babycook NEO

Beaba products are renowned for being stylish, innovative and practical. So, it’s no surprise that the 4-in-1 Babycook Neo baby food maker, which is easily recognised by its contemporary design, now comes in a gorgeous new colour. Say hello to the Babycook Neo Eucalyptus.

This meal-making-machine is the perfect product to help make parents life easier when weaning their little ones. Plus, there’s no need to hide this stylish piece of equipment away in a cupboard. This newest eucalyptus shade is a colour that’s been popping up everywhere in household interior design. Elegantly trimmed with a pale pink and featuring a coordinating white blender, this modern and helpful piece of equipment can enhance any kitchen worktop! 

The Beaba Babycook Neo’s (RRP: £150) eco-design means that it uses 48% less carbon dioxide and 50% less water. Pair this with its easy-to-use four simple steps to steam cook, blend, defrost and reheat and Beaba brings you the ultimate 4-in-1 baby food maker.

Simple, safe, stylish and convenient, it’s also currently the ONLY baby food maker on the market that comes with a large (1,250ml) glass bowl and increased capacity stainless steel steam basket, which means that parents can prepare 33% more ingredients in one go.

The unique blend function means that parents can adjust the time of blending to gain the desired consistency for their child’s meals based on their age and stage. 

So as baby grows, chunkier purée and different textures can be created to suit their tastes. 

Simply place the food into the steamer and the Neo cooks it in just 15 minutes, preserving the flavours and the vitamins. Plus, parents don’t have to constantly watch the Neo as it will automatically turn off when the food is cooked, which avoids overcooking.

And did you know…?

The name eucalyptus comes from the ancient Greek words eu meaning “good” and kalypto meaning “cover”.

Trade Enquiries contact: Natalie Jackson natalie.jackson@beaba.com   

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