Ready Made, a startup company in the University of Central Florida’s Incubator program, has developed a ready to serve baby bottle. With the partnership of several local companies and the resources of the UCF Incubator, Ready Made was able to establish a manufacturing partnership and has produced the initial samples of their ready to serve bottles. Soon, they will be filling these bottles with liquid infant formula that does not require refrigeration and will stay fresh and bacteria free for 12 months.
Ready Made founder, Chairman and Chief Engineer, Dr. Corwin Littell developed the bottle with the vision of helping children in humanitarian and disaster relief as well as providing parents with a convenient bottle on the go. With a specially developed valve technology incorporated into the capping system, the Ready Made bottle requires no handling of the parts that go into a baby’s mouth, and by doing so, eliminates the risk of bacteria cross contamination; somethng that can be very beneficial in hospitals and during disaster releif efforts.
Starting next week, Ready Made will be sending these samples out to industry contacts domestically and to the rapidly growing Asian market and hopes to have them on the shelf and available for humanitarian use within the next 12 months.