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Bouche Baby introduces baby-to-toddler feeding system, baby bottle


TORONTO — Bouche Baby Inc. announced today the commercial release of its new baby-to-toddler feeding system, which includes the Take 'N Shake Feeding Bottle with Integrated Formula Compartment.

Preparing bottles of formula on the go can be a very messy undertaking, requiring the use of plastic bags and separate containers, Bouche Baby said. With the Take 'N Shake Feeding Bottle, mixing formula is easier. Simply add pre-measured formula to the compartment, attach the sieve, add water into the bottle, seal, and go. When ready to feed the baby, simply unscrew, flip, shake, and serve. The specially designed sieve ensures no formula clumps. Visit the website to see the how-to video:

The doctor-approved, ultra-safe system is BPA-free, includes colic prevention nipples, and has passed international safety standards. The safe, convenient, multi-stage baby-to-toddler feeding system is also baby approved, the company stated. In independent focus groups, babies and toddlers selected this bottle over others due to its toy-like colors and design.

The system is designed to follow the baby through to the toddler years as it easily converts to a standard bottle when formula is no longer required. In addition, it can be used as a sippy cup, so the transition from baby to toddler is even more seamless because of the familiarity with the look and feel of the product. Tthe system can be used from birth up to 4 years.

The bottle are dishwasher and microwave safe. Additional formula compartments and standard baby feeding bottles (without formula compartments) are also available.

"Our Take 'N Shake baby to toddler feeding system will change lives. This unique bottle is so expertly designed, it can be filled in advance and mixed at feeding time, and can also be used as both a conventional bottle and a sippy cup. It's simple to use, the easiest to clean, and is very well received by babies and toddlers as it looks like a toy," said Bouche Baby president Donna Farber.

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