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Bumbles makes nutritionally balanced baby food just any mom would

18 September 2017 5:06 PM

Bumbles is the brainchild of Billie-Clare Schofield who says she felt compelled to improve the baby food products on the market.

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Having travelled and lived in the UK for over 15 years, Billie-Clare Schofield, founder and creator of Bumbles says she felt compelled to improve the baby food products on the South African market, to enrich each of them with something healthier, tastier and friendlier for our babies.

Schofield says Bumbles is made of the freshest produce with ingredients such as beetroot, peas, spinach, blueberries and freshly puréed carrots and sweet potato.

Bumbles is a family business and proudly South African!

Billie-Clare Schofield, Founder and Creator of Bumbles

I established Bumbles with the help of a team who have had many years of creating and marketing leading baby products familiar to everyone, yet is out of our own personal experience as parents that we have accumulated a wealth of knowledge.

Billie-Clare Schofield, Founder and Creator of Bumbles

Schofield goes on to say in each of her products you will find something that is delicious, healthy and made with love, just as mom makes it at home.

To find out how Bumbles can meet your needs click in the audio below:


18 September 2017 5:06 PM

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