Performance Packaging of Nevada has reintroduced the PouchPop, a pouch attachment for infants that prevents contact with a pouch’s edges, threads, straws and seals during feeding.

Although the PouchPop was previously commercially available, Performance Packaging voluntarily recalled the pouch accessory about six months after its initial August 2014 launch when a defect was detected. Over the next several months, Performance Packaging worked with a third-party engineering service to determine the root cause and to improve any of the geometrics. Performance Packaging soon secured a new supplier for the injection molding, which produces the PouchPop in an ISO Class 5 Clean Room. Throughout this entire process, the company worked in concert and received approvals from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC).

Following the successful extensive testing and analysis, the production of the improved PouchPop commenced and is available only in clear at this time via websites such as

Consumers will find the improved PouchPop continues to prevent a feeding infant from coming into contact with a pouch’s hard plastic edges, threads, straws, seals and foil edges. Knowing the PouchPop provides the safety and comfort are assurances for parents and caregivers of young children.

PouchPop is engineered with a clinical and parental understanding of infant and toddler feeding. The PouchPop is only 1.25-inches high and is designed to securely screw on/off to prevent slippage during self-feeding by the infant. The U.S.-patented PouchPop includes a universal fit and works with any food pouch designed for babies. It is manufactured with premium, hospital-grade silicone that is soft and supple and is also BPA-free and free of phthalates. The universal fit not only makes it easy to use and re-use, but can be conveniently cleaned by hand and is dishwasher-safe. Additionally, PouchPop is pediatric-dentist recommended.


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