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Meals for Munchkins

Food-subscription boxes have already simplified meal prep for grown-ups. Now, new companies are serving up similar options for tots. We asked working moms across the country to tell us if the services really deliver.

Nurture Life

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Serves: Ships to 22,000 cities, including Atlanta, Chicago and Dallas.

Ages: 6-montholds to teens.

Plans for babies range from $45 to $89 for eight or 14 meals a week, while plans for toddlers and up range from $47 to $119 for five or

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