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Shruti Tiberwal of Surat gave birth to her son in 2015. Six months after birth, she visited several supermarkets and local stores in Surat to feed her baby healthy and organic food, along with her husband Bharat Tiberwal and brother Chirag Gupta. Presently, Shruti works as a marketing specialist. She was looking for food for her child that could be made in a short time. But when no such healthy food was found in the market, he started making baby food at home. Shruti enlisted the help of her grandmother, who has prepared baby food for many children while living in a joint family.
When Shruti gave this baby food to her family friends and friends for her children, she liked the taste of it. Shruti started her start up ‘BabeBarp’ in 2017 after taking a course on baby food and learning it from her grandmother. Under this, he launched a huge range of organic and ready to eat food. It also includes Oatmeal Mix, Khichdi Mix, Barley Mix, Ragi Cookies, Oats Cookies, Raisin Cookies.
These things made with a modern twist are the traditional food recipes that her grandmother made in her kitchen and feed the children. Shruti’s products are priced from Rs 109 to Rs 239. Shruti is happy that through her products, now the working mother will be able to give healthy and organic baby food to her children without any gilt. Shruti says that as a mother, I know what the children need and how they like to eat. I have launched my brand keeping these things in mind. These products of Shruti are also available online.