BabyGearLab Announced Awards for Best Baby Food Makers of 2014

Editors of BabyGearLab.com Put Eight Baby Food Makers Through the Wringer to Find Top Performers

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BabyGearLab selected 8 of the top baby food makers and put them to a head to head test.

Making fresh baby food at home is fun, healthy, and saves money

Cheyenne, Wyoming (PRWEB) August 31, 2014

Those looking for 2014’s best baby food makers can now see results posted on BabyGearLab.com. A site known for its in-depth baby product reviews, BabyGearLab put eight of the most popular baby food makers through a gamut of real-life use and abuse over a four month period. The machines were rated based on their performance in the following areas: ease of use, ease of cleaning, capacity, puree quality, portability and durability. Detailed results from testing and the full review is now available on BabyGearLab.com.

2014 baby food maker award winners are listed below:

The Sage Spoonfuls Immersion Blender with Food Processor Attachment took home top honor with the Editor’s Choice award. “This is literally the perfect baby food making tool for growing families, especially those on a budget,” says BabyGearLab founder, Dr. Juliet Spurrier. “Its versatility was unmatched and we just couldn’t overlook the consistent performance and simple operation.”

The award for Best Value was given to the Kidalog Baby Food Mill Grinder. “This simple, hand-crank food mill surprised us with its ability to produce excellent quality purees,” notes Dr. Spurrier. “It was also the most portable of all the units we tested requiring no electricity and fitting easily into almost any purse or diaper bag. This is an ultra-affordable machine that won’t disappoint.”

Top Pick went to the combination steam-and-blend, Baby Brezza. “This unit has the potential to take your baby food making to the next level with its ability to produce large quantities of puree in a short amount of time,” Dr. Spurrier states. “It can steam, puree and even re-heat food with the simple press of a button. To top it off, it’s a nice looking unit that won’t take up too much real estate on your counter.”

To aid parents even further in their purchasing decisions, BabyGearLab encourages readers to view their article, How to Choose the Best Baby Food Maker. Through a series of questions and hands-on, experience-based information, parents will gain insight and confidence when it comes to choosing the right baby food maker for their family.

BabyGearLab review editors are trained to use critical analysis as they compare products side-by-side. They are parents themselves who actually incorporate the use of the products into their daily lives. Noting how different machines handled different settings and varieties of food, all while working alongside each other, gave a unique insight into overall product performance.

About BabyGearLab
BabyGearLab.com was founded by board-certified pediatrician Dr. Juliet Spurrier after she found herself paralyzed by the aisles and aisles of similar-looking baby products during her first pregnancy. After the birth of her second child, she was determined to create a no-fail resource for new parents also on the hunt for that perfect baby item, just as she had once been. Her website, BabyGearLab.com now boasts some of the most detailed baby product reviews out there, as well as buying advice guides and health and safety articles, the latter written straight from her expertise in the medical field.


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