Peter Rabbit Organics
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Peter Rabbit Organics

Posted on Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012 at 9:14 am
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Peter Rabbit Organics produce healthy, organic, tasty snacks you and your little ones are sure to enjoy. Their delicious veggie blends and fruit pouches deliver a nutrient-rich snack that is easy to eat on the go. The convenient squeezable pouches offer a fun and easy way to get you and your little ones to eat their fruits and veggies.

All of Peter Rabbit’s products are certified organic and free from added sugar, salt, and artificial ingredients. This privately owned company is based out of Oregon and when possible, uses local ingredients sourced from within the US. Peter Rabbit Organics’ products can be found in stores nationwide and are available for sale online. Their products are also currently available at Starbucks for customers looking for a healthy snack when on the go. Visit the Peter Rabbit Organics website to find a retailer near you. Peter Rabbit Organics operates out of Lake Oswego, Oregon.

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