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Posted on Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012 at 11:30 am
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Happy Baby knows that starting your baby off on a healthy, nutritional track is important for proper development and growth. That’s why they’ve created a line of food for your little ones that are organic, packed with nutrients, and taste great. With everything from baby cereals to frozen meals and snacks meant for toddlers, Happy Baby offers nutritious meals and snacks that grow as kids do. All of their products are clearly labeled with nutritional information, and every ingredient is grown without the use of pesticides, chemical fertilizers, or genetically modified organisms. Happy Baby is also committed to protecting the environment and using their earnings to promote social causes. All of their packaging is BPA free, and they are constantly looking for ways to reduce their carbon footprint. For every package sold, Happy Baby donates to Project Peanut Butter, which works to feed starving children in Malawi and Sierra Leone.

Prices for Happy Baby’s products range from $1.50 for the “Happy Tots” fruit and vegetable squeezes to $6.00 for 4 packs of their products. Prices may vary based on each individual store. Visit the Happy Baby website for more information on where you can find any of their products near you. Happy Baby operates out of New York, New York.

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