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Win 1 of 6 me-feed-me bowl and cutlery sets

Enter to win 1 of 6 Salmon Luke bowl and cutlery sets, designed to help children master the tricky art of self-feeding.
Congratulations to Helen from Reading, Sarah from Stockton on Tees, Lucy from Dundee, David from Birkenhead, Ellen from Abronhill and Marie from Peterborough who were chosen as the lucky winners of this competition.

Prizes: We have teamed up with innovative baby products company Salmon Luke, to giveaway six me-feed-me bowl and cutlery sets, designed to help children master the tricky art of self-feeding.

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All entries must be received before midnight on 30th March, 2008.

A winner will be chosen at random from those listed on AskBaby.com on 31st March, 2008.

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Salmon Luke's new me-feed-me intelligent feeding bowl and cutlery set puts the super back into supper with its 'less mess, less fuss, more food' approach to mealtimes. Me-feed-me has been designed by husband and wife/mum and dad team Anthony and Kaye Broad, to help toddlers eat independently. With me-feed-me, young children get a head start on their eating skills while mum and dad get a fuss free meal time.

The stylish me-feed-me bowl has three easy-scoop corners, which guide food onto the cutlery for a perfect mouth sized helping of food, a wave shaped rim around the bowl to stop food spilling over the sides and a solid shape to keep the bowl steady on the table. The me-feed-me cutlery is a matching spoon and fork with a distinctive grip and shape to aid hand to mouth co-ordination, while making it harder for food to slip off between bowl and mouth.

Each bowl and cutlery set has its own exclusive serial number so you track the manufacture of each me-feed-me set on www.salmonluke.com, from the source of raw materials, lab tests and safety certification, to each product's carbon footprint and product miles.

All Salmon Luke products are made from Hygienik, a material exclusive to Salmon Luke, which gives the me-feed-me range self-sterilising properties and has been independently tested to protect against illness causing bacteria such as MRSA, E-Coli and Salmonella.

Visit www.salmonluke.com where you can find out more about Salmon Luke, the product design, its carbon credentials and to place an order.

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i love the shape of the bowl
by paw 1st Sep 2008, 8:54am
looks great practical and stylish a great prouduct
by 1pmt 31st Mar 2008, 6:08pm
they look great - but can they stop a child from lifting the bowl and pouring the contents over their heads??
by prozacspice 31st Mar 2008, 6:08pm
is it dishwasherproof
by uradummy 31st Mar 2008, 9:58am
my son has just started on food and it would be nice to have nice bowl to feed him with and he will be able to use it when he starts feedding him slef
by taylor 31st Mar 2008, 9:56am
wow amazing a bowl
by beautyqueen88 31st Mar 2008, 9:55am
This might actually entice my fussy 2 year old to actually eat something...anything!! Really cute design.
by alibalibee 31st Mar 2008, 9:54am
Great product. I love how it has self-steralising properties. Im sure my daughter would love a set of these to use.
by mayfairmo 31st Mar 2008, 9:52am
These look excellent. Delighted that they have considered their carbon footprint.
by mikki2d 31st Mar 2008, 9:49am
I just cant find the way to encourage my child to start feeding herself. Really hope these cute bowls and cutlery sets are able to spark her interest to do so!
by Nurul 26th Mar 2008, 4:02pm
looks very good . My daughter will soon be feeding herself very handy
by fleur74 26th Mar 2008, 4:00pm
Makes eating fun which will be nice.
by mandles 26th Mar 2008, 3:58pm
This product looks both stylish & ergonimic! Sure my daugther will love using it.
by AskBaby9778 26th Mar 2008, 3:57pm
It looks like a brand new design to make mealtimes fun. I'd love to win one of these bowl and cutlery sets. I'm sure it would help my fussy eater enjoy mealtimes more.
by HGutowski 26th Mar 2008, 3:55pm

ALWAYS GIVE BABY AN EXTRA SPOON TO HOLD WHEN FIRST WEANING OTHERWISE THEY TRY TO GRAB YOURS
by soverign21 26th Mar 2008, 3:52pm
It looks great and my son would love to have his food out of this set
by Stephaniehicks 26th Mar 2008, 3:51pm
I would love to win one of the cutlery sets for my daughter Amber. She will be ready to start weaning shortly and i think these sets are ideal for feeding the little ones. The sets cause less mess which would be great for me as a full time mum of three is not easy.
by debflem 26th Mar 2008, 3:12pm
Way to go - fantastic innovative idea to get the wee uns feeding themselves, will sell wonderfully well, I'm absolutely certain!
by Jolly 26th Mar 2008, 3:12pm
Looks funky and innovative
by angeljpussycat 26th Mar 2008, 3:11pm
Looks great. My daughter is just starting to try and hold the spoon herself when we are feeding, so would be great!
by chocolatecake 20th Mar 2008, 12:57pm
my daughter would love a new bowl set, i love her so mush that i would want to give her the best start in life and show her how to use a proper kiddie bowl set so she will be ready for when she goes to school.
by chantrelle 20th Mar 2008, 12:50pm
i will really proud to win the bowl as that to for my kid. i love do things for kid,and i will love to win for him.It not really matter for me to win but it matters for mykid.
by bedi 17th Mar 2008, 11:47am
Anything that helps get the food on the cutlery and the mess to a minimum is a bonus.
by Danloo 17th Mar 2008, 11:44am
I like the idea. It is stylish and practical for feeding ...Is it dishwasher safe? or am I being awkward?
by 12Tiggeroo 17th Mar 2008, 11:38am
Looks cute and interesting!
by elliott708 17th Mar 2008, 11:33am
It looks fantastic and is a great way to encourage children to help mum and dad whilst making it fun for the child.
by helen87 17th Mar 2008, 11:19am
I wish they sold in stores, I hate to order on line
by Lisaleckie 17th Mar 2008, 11:17am
Sounds a fab idea. My daughter would love to win one of these bowls as she in going through her independent stage of wanting to feed herself!

Sam
by AskBaby6451 17th Mar 2008, 10:45am
This product would be a great help for me as i have already got 2 children of the ages of 8 and 4 and i have recently found out i am due to have another baby which i am thrilled about, but unfortunatly i have to buy everything new as my youngest is 4 years old now and i havent keapt a single thing from her being small, so winning a prize would mean the world to me. hygienik sound fantastic to me.
by shazza08 17th Mar 2008, 10:42am
Fantastic idea!
by Bubbles17 17th Mar 2008, 10:30am
sounds good would love to try and use one and find out for myself!
by ravz 17th Mar 2008, 10:21am
The Hygienik material sounds like a great revolution! While I want my daughter to be exposed to some dirt and muck I want this to come from playing not from using unclean or unsterile cutlery and crockery. great idea!
by hg16 17th Mar 2008, 10:20am
I would love to have one of these for my Grandson, who lives with us. Less mess on him and my floor sounds good!
by roseannie 17th Mar 2008, 10:08am
What a wonderful idea.
by argot 17th Mar 2008, 9:45am
this is such a great idea! my toddler would feel so responsible and grown up just like mom and dad!
by happy74 17th Mar 2008, 9:38am
Great- my baby is 6 months old and I haven't a clue what plate etc he needs- this looks ideal.
by dwheatley 17th Mar 2008, 9:37am
I like the scoop corners.
by julieanng 17th Mar 2008, 9:32am
I like the idea of the raised edge which ensures that food isnt scrapped towards yourself when feeding causing spills all over the place - it also gets a bit of concentration going while eating as you have to lift the hand towards mouth.
by avmartin30 17th Mar 2008, 9:31am
A great idea and brilliant design to make meal times easier for mum and dad and educational for children learning to feed themselves. I am really impressed with the ability to track the carbon footprint of each product too.
The answer to the question is: the exclusive material that gives the Me-Feed-Me range self-sterilising properties is called Hygienik which has been independantly tested to protect against illnesses.
by Haylo 26th Feb 2008, 11:19am
A stress free and great idea for mealtimes!
by shilohmilo 26th Feb 2008, 11:17am
I would love to win one of these for my little boy Freddie who is just learning how to fend for himself.
by fredsmum 26th Feb 2008, 11:12am
Hygienik - this feeding bowl looks like a really great idea for encouraging children to eat by themselves, and less mess for mummy too, which is always appreciated!
by maiadoo 26th Feb 2008, 11:11am
Anything that helps mealtimes is great!!
by arharper 26th Feb 2008, 11:05am
hi just had baby daisy - she's a week old but every night when i change her a find ooze from her cord on her vest is this correct?
by gudspud 26th Feb 2008, 10:58am
What a great way to make my toddler feel " grown up " and able to feed herself. She is very independent and a great believer in me-feed-me !
by jacinta 26th Feb 2008, 10:49am
The bowls are a really good idea and i particullarly like that they are carbon aware
by Bettylou 26th Feb 2008, 9:51am
looks a good idea
by aliens 26th Feb 2008, 9:50am
Sounds like a great idea!
by gjcardy 26th Feb 2008, 9:50am
what an excellent product
by doodnath 26th Feb 2008, 9:46am
this product seems helpfull, also a bit groovy!
by maryb 26th Feb 2008, 9:36am

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