Mighty Morning®

Sweet Potato, Banana, Passion Fruit, Greek Yogurt + Oat

Make it a mighty morning with this tasty blend! The perfect way for your tot to start their day!

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  • Organic
  • Non-GMO
  • No Added Sugars
  • Kosher
  • Resealable

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Organic Sweet Potato Puree, Organic Banana Puree (Organic Bananas, Citric Acid), Water, Organic Nonfat Greek Yogurt (Organic Pasteurized Nonfat Milk, Cultures [heat treated after culturing]), Organic Passion Fruit Juice, Organic Whole Oat Flour, Organic Ground Chia Seeds, Organic Lemon Juice Concentrate

Contains: Milk

Mighty Morning®

flavor blend / fruit & whole grains / Can you say quinoa?

Every breakfast favorite squeezed into one pouch. Oats and whole grains fill your child up and the added fruit gives them a flavor boost. It’s the fuel they need to focus all day and a balanced breakfast without the dirty dishes.

The plum standard

Better ingredients. Period.

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We know there’s a debate as to whether organic is more nutritious or safer than conventional. For us, when it comes to making food for children there is no debate. We choose organic.


Plum products are always made without genetically modified ingredients. Plum is also a proud member of the Non-GMO Project with over 50% of our portfolio certified and the rest underway.

Flavors, check. Textures, check.

Challenge budding tastebuds. That’s how you learn new foods. And other new stuff.

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sweet flavor collage featuring ingredients and smiling baby
sour ingredients collage featuring tot making expressive sour face
savory ingredients collage featuring spinach, cute baby, and plum pouch
texture flavor collage featuring tot throwing oats


You’ll find ingredient profiles on the back of every Plum® Organics pouch. Here’s how we measure them:

Sweet: Rice crackers = 0, strawberry jam = 5

Sour: Milk = 0, lemon = 5

Savory: Plain white rice = 0, steamed broccoli = 5

Texture: Watery = 0, hard biscuit = 5

Spices can be traced to the start of civilizations around the world and have been added to baby food in different countries for generations. We thoroughly research the attributes of the herbs and spices in our baby food, such as sage and tarragon, and have worked closely with leading pediatric advisor and nutrition expert, Dr. Alan Greene throughout our product development. Also, we only add a hint of each herb or spice in our baby products since baby’s brand-new taste buds need a much smaller amount.

Our pouch products are either pasteurized or thermally processed to ensure product safety and shelf stability.

Our standards are in-line with applicable U.S. government regulations and EU standards. 

Plum has a comprehensive quality and food safety program that encompasses an ingredient testing program for new suppliers which includes testing for heavy metals.

Plum follows all government regulations regarding the labeling of our products. In the case of the “Big 9” allergens (peanuts, tree nuts, dairy, eggs, fish, wheat, soy, sesame, and shellfish), we list those ingredients in the product ingredient statement, no matter how small the amount might be. In addition, a bolded “Contains” statement will be listed under the ingredients. In the event that there is a possibility of cross-contamination with a “Big 9” allergen, a bolded “May Contain” statement will be listed. In regard to possible cross contact between products, we use an extensive and effective sanitation procedure in between different processing operations, and efforts are made to prevent any possible cross contact to the greatest practical extent.

Absolutely! As parents ourselves, health and safety are always our top priorities. If we didn’t feel good about our products, we wouldn’t serve them to our children or yours.

The ratio of fruits to veggies varies depending on flavor. They can be anywhere from a half to full serving per pouch. All our pouches have added an easy-to-read recipe to show you what goes into every pouch. We also recommend consuming a variety of pouches for a good range of color, nutrients, and tastes. And we always recommend incorporating local, seasonal varieties of veggies and fruit as soon as the baby moves onto more textured meals or whenever your lifestyle permits.

We always prioritize sourcing domestically when possible. However, many of our ingredients naturally grow in regions outside the US, such as tropical ingredients like mangoes and guavas. And, due to seasonality, we will sometimes source ingredients like apples from other regions to ensure we have the freshest available.

We believe ingredient testing allows for better control of the entire product and gets us ahead of any potential issues before it makes its way into a product. It’s just like when you make a recipe at home – you want to know everything that’s going into the recipe.

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