Boon’s New Innovative Feeding Line

by in Boon Inc, Fluid Toddler cup, Groovy Interlocking plate, Rebecca Finell, Snack Ball

It has been almost a year since we have seen any new products from Boon. They are the same company that brought us the ‘Frog Pod’ bath organizer, Flair, the pneumatic lift highchair and the animal bag, a stuffed animal storage baby that doubles as a ‘bean bag’.

Boon’s Design Principal, Rebecca Finell has been very busy because yesterday it was announced that the company is launching 3 new product lines for infants.

As the mom of a baby that has feeding difficulties, I am very impressed with the products that are being offered in the feeding line.

Boon has created ‘Fluid’, a no-spill toddler cup that has an ergonomic, two-handed grip – perfect for small hands. The angled spout requires less head tipping, making it more comfortable to use. It is intended for kids 9 months and up.

The ‘Snack Ball’, a sphere-shaped snack container. The rigid form protects snacks from crushing, making the Snack Ball great for travel. Two halves unscrew for easy cleaning and the lid snaps in place to keep snacks inside.

This ball would be perfect hauling cheerios or crackers to the mall or on an airplane. The orange lid pivots open for easy toddler access.

‘Groovy’, the interlocking plate and bowl. It is a fun way to serve meals in a customizable configuration. Unlike the standard baby food bowl, this interlocking plate and bowl set includes a toddler-sized plate with two separate compartments plus two small bowls that attach to the edge of the plate in a variety of positions. The small bowls are perfect for dipping—always an engaging activity at mealtime—or for serving small portions. Made from scratch-resistant, dishwasher-safe materials, with a slip-resistant base.

Please visit Boon’s site for more information.

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SAHM of 2 boys and founder of, World Traveled Family and The World We Share. When I'm not running around after my boys, I'm looking for our next vacation spot!

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