Best Buys Prima Baby Awards 2015 - Toddler Food Range Now your little one is eating solids full time, only the best will do 1 of Ad break Gold Award Winner - Organix Packed full great-tasting organic ingredients the vast Organix food range is loved by our PBA Panel and parents as its great tasting, affordable and easily available. But there are also health benefits to eating Organix food as organic food has 95% fewer chemicals than non-organic foods, is GM free and kinder to the environment. No wonder it's a winner. Various prices, all good supermarkets. Silver Award Winner - Aldi Mamia Organic Food RangeThe Aldi Mamia Organic Food Range is not large, but what it lacks in options it makes up for in tastiness. Your little one can choose from a 120g pouch of either organic strawberries & apples, apples & bananas or apples, carrots & parsnips, and all for only 59p. 59p for a 120g pouch, Aldi Bronze Award Winner - Miniscoff A healthy, organic food company, Miniscoff provides organic children's meals to restaurants and eateries nationwide, but you can also buy its really tasty pasta sauces from selected supermarkets. Available at Ocado or Cole & Able your little one can eat "proper, grown-up food" like Chicken Bolognese & Curly Pasta, Mild Chilli & Rice and Ham and Cheesy Pasta. Various prices, Miniscoff Also shortlisted: Little Dish Ella's Kitchen Need more feeding ideas? Well, we've got some great ones...Just 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 A Firry Tale: The alternative Christmas 'ad' you really need to see Pregnant celebrities 2017 - who's expecting? Dad's desperate quest to find rare Postman Pat VHS for his son with autism Did the John Lewis Christmas ad copy this '80s children's book?