As a mother of two, Cassandra has always cared about nutrition for her daughters. When she had her first daughter, Divinaka, she attempted to make all of her food, while also running a business.
She found that being a mom, a chef, and an entrepreneur took precious time away from her family, so she wanted to go to the store and buy a high quality food, akin to what she was making at home.
At the time, all that existed was shelf stable baby food, which she knew fell into the “canned food” category. That’s when she put her knowledge of nutrition, childhood development and High Pressure Pascalization (HPP) together to give you Once Upon a Farm, the freshest baby food yet on the market.
Every Ingredient Comes From Certified Organic Farms
High Pressure Pascalization (HPP) or “Cold-Pressure,” refers to the process by which fresh food products, such as juice and baby food, are preserved as opposed to heat.
HPP is a method of preserving packaged food products using extremely high pressure. The process leads to the elimination of any potential harmful bacteria while maintaining a higher yield of vitamins, minerals and enzymes, and preserving a fresher taste than thermal pasteurization.
It is comparable to dropping our pouches to the deepest part of the ocean floor and multiplying that pressure by five! High Pressure Processing is recognized by the FDA for preserving freshness and increasing shelf life without preservatives.
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