Featured Products

Lunch box meals ( 9 meals in a package)
Lunch box meals ( 9 meals in a package) $41.00
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Mini - Mango Ice Lollies
Mini - Mango Ice Lollies from $12.00
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Stage 1 - for babies 6 months and older (11-90g containers)
Stage 1 - for babies 6 months and older (11-90g containers) $21.00
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Stage 2 - for babies who like their green veggies (21-90g containers)
Stage 2 - for babies who like their green veggies (21-90g containers) $40.00
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What makes Fressy Bessie different from other baby foods on the market?

We offer parents fresh, 'home-style' foods for their babies and toddlers. Our purées are made from 100% organic produce. And we always use local Ontario grown produce when in season.

Our food is clean and pure and cooked just like mum would do it. Our products are not pressure-cooked or over processed, and contain nothing but the ingredient listed on the label. We don't mix our vegetable purées with fruit to sweeten them and we do not add salt, sugar, or preservatives of any kind.

We believe that babies and young children should experience the unique flavours of their first foods.  

Our 100% Broccoli Purée is one of our best sellers. Kids love it! 

 

News

Ice Lollies now at the McEwan store in Don Mills.

May 09, 2016

Fressy Bessie ice lollies are now at the McEwan store in the Don Mills area.  Look for our multi-packs in the freezer section.   

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Ice Lollies now at West End Food Coop

May 09, 2016

Look for our ice lollies in 8 multi-packs at the West End Food Coop.  1229 Queen Street West Toronto, Ontario, M6K 1L2.

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Fressy Bessie products now at Jill and the Beanstock

March 18, 2016

Look for our baby food, jr. foodie line, family meals and of course our very popular ice lollies at this new store at 814 College St. 

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Great review by the folks at Mommy Effect and Canadian Mom Blog

November 30, 2015

If you are curious about our products, take a look at this review of my products.      

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