Plum Organics Baby Food
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Plum Organics Baby Food

Posted on Monday, October 1st, 2012 at 4:03 pm
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Plum Organics believe that great nutrition and healthy food habits should begin right away. That’s why their line of meals and snacks for babies, toddlers and kids are packed with great tasting, USDA-certified organic ingredients to start your little ones off on the right foot. Plum Organics offers baby food, fruit snacks and bars, oatmeal, fruit squeezes, yogurts and much more. All of their pureed or mashed fruits and veggies come in a handy, squeezable, BPA-free container perfect for busy families on the go.

Plum Organics craft all of their products without artificial or genetically modified ingredients to keep children as pure as the day they were born. Visit the Plum Organics website for information on where to find any of their great tasting products. Plum Organics operates out of New York, New York.

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