Happy Baby = Happy Mommy! The Organic Food Brand For Every Stage
We all want the best for our children. When we first become moms, we read all the books and join all the online forums so we can get our fill of information. I remember when I had to start introducing food to my first child. I was in a panic!!
In 2005, it was a very different market. We weren’t as informed as we are today about the importance of organic food. What a difference a few years can make!
Now, my husband and I buy mostly organic – but ALWAYS when shopping for dairy, meat and vegetables. My third child is due any day now (LITERALLY) and I know when it’s time to start introducing solids, I will most certainly continue this methodology for my new little one.
The best meals are the ones we make ourselves, right? But that’s just not reality these days. Most households are double income families which means we are all short on time. It’s nice to know that Happy Family provides meals using non-GMO organic foods – something I choose to do when feeding my kids.
This year Happy Baby introduced seven new products for babies and toddlers. How exciting! Created with unique combinations of nutrient-packed superfoods and using only the best organic ingredients, the new products are:
- Happy Baby Homestyle Meals in two varieties: Sweet Peas, Green Beans & Spinach, and Brown Rice Pudding
- Happy Munchies Veggie and Fruit Crisps in three varieties: Strawberry & Carrot, Spinach & Apple, and Banana, Beet & Blueberry
- Happy Munchies Rice Cakes Blueberry & Beet
- Happy Puffs Blueberry & Purple Carrot
I am SUCH a sucker for those puffs! I think I ate more of them than my kids did whenever we were at the mall. LOL.
Do you like to shop with a cause? With every product sold, Happy Family supports Project Peanut Butter, a nonprofit organization that feeds starving children in Malawi and Sierra Leone. Remember when you choose a Happy Family product you are not only feeding your own child healthy foods, but a child in Malawi and Sierra Leon! Amazing isn’t it?!
* this is a sponsored post