Organix Baby Food
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Organix Baby Food

Posted on Tuesday, August 27th, 2013 at 8:00 am
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Organix Baby Food is a company that was created in 1992 when the founder realized that something was missing from the baby foods available in supermarkets. She wanted all children to eat food that didn’t have unnecessary additives, meanwhile making sure no healthy ingredients were stripped from the product. The No Junk Promise guarantees that all Organix baby foods are made with nothing but the best quality organic ingredients. All Organix foods are made with organic, tasty, and natural ingredients to suit the nutritional needs of a baby.  The Organic Infant cereals give babies the pure and safe introduction to weaning from strictly liquids. The Organic Fruit Purees offer babies a variety of natural tastes and flavors to satisfy every baby. The Organix foundation also seeks to bring positive changes to the food industry, by funding independent research into the link between food quality and children’s health. They challenge the government and food industry to improve the standards of all the food our children eat. Prices of the Organix products vary, however most are under $10. Visit their official website for more information or search for their products in a store near you.

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