Gotrovo Mealtime Treasure Hunt launched in late October 2016, so we don't have the benefit of many reviews to share with you just yet. But those that have tried it, love it, as the selection of five star reviews below show. We have also received fabulous write ups from the award-winning bloggers, TwinMumandDad and from blogger Evette at Bizzimummy.com. Or check out the thoughts and vlog from Katie at Mummy's Diary on using Gotrovo Mealtime Treasure Hunt to establish healthy eating habits for the New Year. Just click to read their views!
Also we have the comments of our product tester group, where we were very excited to find that 85%* of our market research respondents indicated they would buy Mealtime Treasure Hunt, and loved the idea of it as a gift! Their comments are presented for you at the foot of this page.
W. Corcoran, UK:
L. Dance, UK:
This is such a unique product. Yes it's a dinner set but also so much more! My 4 year old son is the fussiest eater in the world and it's great for incentivising him to eat but my 6 year old who is a great eater also loves using the set just for the game side. Really nicely made too! Super fun at mealtimes for all young ones. Highly recommended!
A. Humphreys, UK:
Purchased this in an attempt to try and improve the eating habits of my 3-year old girl. The use of reward charts is something that has worked well for us in other areas, and it is equally successful here.
The plate, bowl and cup are beautifully made (so much so that I'd actually consider buying them as a stand-alone set!) and both my children love the treasure-hunting themed cutlery and place mat. The extra advice leaflet from a nutritional therapist is a really nice addition, providing lots of useful tips and suggestions.
I'd highly recommend this to any parent who is looking for a fun, practical way to encourage their fussy eaters and/or improve their children's eating habits.
I bought this mealtime set recently to try and tackle my five year old son’s fussy eating habits.
As a toddler he would eat anything, but I’ve found that over the past year, since he started school, he’s being influenced by other children and it’s getting harder and harder to coax him to eat the vegetables on his plate.
He’s always loved reward charts, so I was hoping that using the treasure hut themed dinner set would help encourage him to try new vegetables - it does.
We use it for every dinner (if I don’t get it out he asks for it!), and it’s helped to make mealtimes more fun for both of us.
Z. Smith, UK:
Great item, makes meal times really fun and has helped and has encouraged my little one to try new foods, would recommend this product to anybody who has a little one who is a fussy eater.
"A helpful tool for picky eaters or for children who have trouble staying at the table throughout dinner because they are bored."
"Great idea! We always have to negotiate 'two more mouthfuls' and this would be a great motivator."
"Making meals more fun and encouraging eating less popular (but healthier) foods would be very helpful"
"Fantastic. A really good way to encourage kids to eat and try new healthy foods."
"I would purchase it as a gift for a younger child."
"A novel and well received gift."
"I would buy it for a friends child if I knew they were struggling to get them to eat."
* Sample size: 37 respondents across UK and USA, 2015