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29 May 2017
Mother's Day Giveaway


Here at Umatie, we really VALUE our mommies, so we’d love to spoil ONE of you with lovely TREATS this Mother’s Day!

We’re giving every mommy that places an Umatie order from 11 – 29 May 2017 the chance to win this amazing hamper packed with some natural, cruelty-free products from Body Treats, as well as a voucher for Umatie foodies of your choice... all packed in a lovely heart planter.

Please go to our Facebook page to get all the info with regards to entering this FAB giveaway!

Yummy Baby & Kiddie Meals
to your door!

Umatie cooks yummy and nutritious baby and kiddie meals for your little one to enjoy. Our baby range is suitable for babies from when they first start weaning and our kiddie range for kiddies from 18 months up to the age of 5 years. We make weaning effortless in order to help busy parents spend more time with their family.

You can order our balanced weekly meal planners for ease of use (with a menu to stick on your fridge) or order from our individual baby and kiddie meals to suit your little one’s needs. We take great care in cooking our Umatie meals and we’re proud to say that our meals are not mass-produced.

We cook our meals in small batches and freeze them to lock in all the goodness, with a guaranteed freshness for up to 8 weeks.

We absolutely do not add any sugar or salt to our baby meals and certainly don’t add any preservatives or additives. We do add a teeny bit of pink salt and brown sugar to some of our kiddie meals to offer a well-rounded, scrumptious meal.

Umatie Packaging

We have searched high and low for packaging that’s earth-friendly and safe to use for babies. Our food containers are 100% recyclable, biodegradable and compostable. Our natural packaging - sleeve, bowl and lid - are freezer friendly and microwave safe, making our packaging completely eco- and baby-friendly.

And if you’re wondering what Umatie stands for? When Judi was a baby she loved tomatoes but couldn’t pronounce “tamatie” (Afrikaans for “tomato”) properly and instead asked her mommy to please give
her “Umatie”. heart