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FOX31 Denver- Baby Fresh Organics

"Freshly prepared meals, sourced from local farmers, delivered straight to your door, how easy is that? It's exactly what you want." Baby Fresh Organics, FOX31 Denver, November 21, 2017.

Company Week- Baby Fresh Organics

"While Randi wanted to feed her children fresh, wholesome meals, she quickly learned that making baby food from scratch isn't easy when you have two babies to look after.

"There are companies that will make fresh food for your dog, but we didn't have anyone doing it for babies," Barclay says. So he pitched the idea to Dave Fantz, CEO of SupperBell, a Denver-based manufacturer delivering chef-inspired meals direct to consumers daily." Baby Fresh Organics, Company Week, Jamie Siebrase, November 13, 2017.

Denver Dweller- The Busy Parents' Go-To For Healthy Toddler Meals

"... And, it is, indeed, a lifesaver. All the deliciousness of a home-cooked meal with none of the guilt that us busy moms feel when ordering out." Baby Fresh Organics: The Busy Parents' Go-To For Healthy Toddler Meals, Denver Dweller, Heather Garbo, November 8, 2017.

A Sweet Potato Pie- Baby Fresh Organics Launches In Denver!

"But they don’t just offer baby food, since my kids range from ages 4-10, I ordered the Stage 4 meals which were the meals for kids of all ages. It’s a fun way to get your kids to eat healthy because they come in these little tv like dinner trays that you can put straight in the oven and heat up for dinner... Plus while you are checking out the kids food, you order food for yourself through Supperbell. They literally have food for everyone." Babyfresh Organics Launches In Denver, A Sweet Potato Pie, Callie Washer, October 17, 2017.

Westword- Denver Company Delivers Fresh Baby Food Right to Your Door!

"We started Baby Fresh Organics out of necessity," says Barclay Miller, who founded the company with his wife, Randi. "When we were introducing solids to our twins, we found the leading organic brands were packed with preservatives, weren’t fresh, and lacked the nutritional content we know is crucial to their development. I asked the simple question, 'Why can’t it be delivered, like everything else nowadays?'" Denver Company Delivers Fresh Baby Food Right to Your Door!, Westword, Linnea Covington, October 24, 2017.

5280 - SupperBell + Baby Fresh Organics = Mommy Bliss

"Mystery meats and funky purees are a thing of the past for babies around the Denver metro area. And so are parents scurrying around the kitchen trying to whip up some homemade eats for little palates, thanks to Denver’s first baby food delivery service—Baby Fresh Organics. If you put in your online order by 3 p.m. during the weekdays, you’ll have dinner for your little ones to your table, well, by dinnertime. The web orders are placed through SupperBell, the local delivery service from the well-loved Denver restauranteur, Frank Bonanno." Denver Now Has Its Own Baby Food Delivery Service, 5280 Magazine, Lindsey R. McKissick, September 18, 2017.

Business Den - Your City. Your Business.

"Food delivery startups have proliferated in the Denver area over the past two years. Among them are services started in Colorado, like Door to Door Organics and SupperBell," Delivery App Vacates Denver After 18 Months, Business Den, Amy Dipierro, January 18, 2017.

New Chef Joins Frank Bonanno's Denver Meal Delivery Service - Denver Post

"Bridget brings tremendous passion and talent to the delivered meal space based on her experience at Munchery," New Chef Joins Frank Bonanno's Denver Meal Delivery Service, Denver Post, Allyson Reedy, January 6, 2017.

Denver Eater - December 30

"SupperBell, the chef-prepared dinner delivery service where he serves as the culinary director, has hired former Munchery culinary director, Bridget Batson, as its chief culinary officer," Mike Henderson Departs Edible Beats After 5 Years, Denver Eater, Andra Zepplin, December 30, 2016.

Bridget Batson Moves to Delivery Startup SupperBell

"Chef Batson will partner with Bonanno in preparing the Denver-based operation to launch in several more cities in 2017," Former San Francisco Munchery Culinary Director Bridget Batson Moves to Delivery Startup SupperBell, PR Newswire, December 20, 2016.