Best Buys Prima Baby Awards 2015 - Baby Food Range (As voted by Prima Baby Readers) These are the best buys in the baby food range as chosen by Prima Baby readers 1 of Ad break Gold Award Winner - HiPP Organic You've spoken and we hear you loud and clear, HiPP Organic is the best food range as voted by you and your little ones tastebuds. You said you love the brand as it's "passionate about making good, tasty baby food," you also love it because it's a range that's "good value for money, nutritious and available everywhere." Various prices, all good supermarkets. Silver Award Winner - Ella's Kitchen You love Ella's Kitchen's organic ingredients, yummy meals and fun snacks, so that's why you gave it the silver gong. You also love the brand's range of food for special diets and great big, very fun cookbooks, so you can make Ella's Kitchen treats in your own home. Various prices, all good supermarkets. Bronze Award Winner - OrganixWith meals and snacks for every age and stage you love the Organix baby food brand and its scrumptious and huge range. When voting, you guys also mentioned that you liked Organix' 'No Junk Promise,' which promises to give little ones the "best possible start in life" by using only kitchen cupboard ingredients. Various prices, all good supermarkets. Also shortlisted: Aldi Mamia Organic Food Range Here are more award-winning feeding products...For you: Prima Baby Awards 2015 - Breast Pumps Prima Baby Awards 2015 - Support Pillows Prima Baby Awards 2015 - Feeding Equipment Prima Baby Awards 2015 - Bottles Prima Baby Awards 2015 - Breastfeeding accessories Prima Baby Awards 2015 - Highchair Prima Baby Awards 2015 - Organic Baby & Toddler food brand Prima Baby Awards 2015 - Baby food range Prima Baby Awards 2015 - Family Cookbook Prima Baby Awards 2015 - Sterilisers Prima Baby Awards 2015 - Toddler food range By Hazelann Williams Comments Latest on MadeForMums What are stretch marks? Mum gives best answer ever! THIS Facebook rant is why so many mums like us feel judged Hollyoaks dad-to-be Kieron Richardson reveals his buggy pick Easter crackers: are they becoming a thing?