Chicken Nuggets . . . Again?
A new food delivery service for toddlers
Prepared food delivery services are having their moment. The newest one, called DinDins, caters specifically to the nutritional needs and finicky taste demands of toddlers. “I was always getting questions from clients and friends about what to feed a toddler,” says founder Jodi Greebel, who as a dietician and mom to a two-year-old felt there was a gap in the market for healthy, organic foods that are nutritious yet convenient for busy parents.
DinDins delivers freshly prepared heat-and-eat meals straight to your door. Anything not consumed on the day of delivery is meant to be popped into the freezer, where it can stay for up to three weeks. The breakfast, lunch, and dinner options (for babes aged 10 months to four years) change frequently. Right now, we’re loving the artichoke, corn, and chicken quesadillas ($9.25 for four) and the parmesan crustless quiche ($8.50 for two).
DinDins currently delivers to Manhattan zip codes only. Orders must be placed by Sunday for Tuesday/Wednesday delivery, or by Monday for Thursday delivery. $34 minimum order; $6 delivery charge. All packaging is recyclable.