FSA / HSA

Here’s how to get reimbursed with your FSA / HSA card

01

If you have a FSA or HSA Card:

  1. First, double check your FSA or HSA card balance.


  2. Purchase a Ready, Set, Food! plan using your FSA or HSA card in place of using your normal credit or debit card.

02

If you don't have a FSA or HSA Card:

  1. Purchase a Ready, Set, Food! plan using your normal credit or debit card.

  2. Request reimbursement on FSAFeds.com or through the FSAFeds app. You can use the receipt provided with your shipping confirmation email or email support@readysetfood.com for a copy of your receipt.

How does the system work?

Start as early as 4 months of age

Ready, Set, Food! Stage 1 box
Introduce

Top 3 Allergens

Ready, Set, Food! Stage 2 box
MAINTAIN

Top 3 Allergens

Ready, Set, Food! Stage 3 box
Grow

Top 9 Allergens

Introduce

Top 3 Allergens

MAINTAIN

Top 3 Allergens

Grow

Top 9 Allergens

Why Ready, Set Food!?

Inspired by kids. Developed by allergists. Loved by parents.

A safe and easy way to introduce their babies early and help them achieve a healthier future.

Ready, Set, Food! is a complete guided system that can start as early as 4 months of age, introducing babies to the top 9 allergens across 3 stages. The first 6 months will be a gently staged introduction of the top 3 allergens - peanut, egg, milk - with Stage 1+2. After which, stage 3 will maintain Peanut, Egg, Milk and then grow exposure to the next 6 top allergens – Cashew, Almond, Walnut, Sesame, Soy, Wheat.

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Safe & Easy

Babies can be messy.
So we’ve made it as easy as 1-2-3.

Box of Ready, Set, Food! with sachet

Step 1

Tear Open Packet

Sachet of Ready, Set, Food! pouring into bottle

Step 2

Mix easily into bottle of food

Dad feeding baby with bottle

Step 3

Feed Your Baby

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From The AAAAI & USDA Guidelines Report

What is the evidence supporting the introduction of potentially allergenic foods (like peanut and egg) and the development of food allergies?

Recommendations:

  • Start feeding highly allergenic foods, like peanut and egg, at 4-6 months of age
  • Do not deliberately delay the introduction of other potentially allergenic foods, like cow’s milk, soy, and wheat
  • Once allergenic foods are introduced, regular feeding should be maintained

More Guidelines

Ready Set Food! Guided System

Start as early as 4 months of age

Meet our medical advisory board

Meet the pediatricians and allergists who help guide our thinking - making sure our products are science-backed, safe and effective.