Baby Food Market size was valued at $71.34 Billion in 2021 and is estimated to reach $113.70 Billion by 2028, at a CAGR of 6.0% during the forecast period 2022 to 2028. Baby food is soft and easily consumed food other than the breast milk and infant formula, which is given to the babies during the few nascent years of infant lives. It is generally given to the infants ageing four to six months and two years old. The baby foods are currently available in the prepared form, dried form and as infant formulas. The infant formulas are the replacements of the mother’s milk with the nutritional attributes of the mother’s milk. The baby food are soft mashed products which are easy to consume. Babies are fed soft home-cooked food, which is still common in developing and underdeveloped countries. In many societies and cultures, however, expanding urbanisation and changing lifestyles have raised demand for packaged infant foods. Between the ages of four and six months and two years, these foods are given to babies. Growing nutrition knowledge, an increase in structured retail marketing, and urbanisation, along with a considerable increase in the number of working mothers, are all factors driving the baby food market forward. The main limitations in this industry are food safety concerns, falling birth rates, and the practise of feeding babies home cooked food.