Last updated on August 19th, 2022 at 11:33 pm
I’ve been a HappyBaby organic baby food customer before. My second baby was ready to start solids, and I went right for HappyBaby’s frozen organic baby food and their Organic Puffs.
He loved them and so did I.
They dissolve easily and are fortified with Iron, Vitamin D, and Calcium. Not to mention they are also Certified Organic and are packaged in recyclable BPA-free packaging.
So when I got an email from HappyBaby recently I was more than happy to try out and share it with you!
HappyBaby’s new Gluten-Free Organic Puffs come in two great flavors, Strawberry and Sweet Potato.
Why is Gluten Free important in baby food?
People are becoming more aware of food allergens in kids early. It’s awesome to have a brand that caters to that set of kiddos! HappyBaby just released their version of Yogis Melts as well, which are also gluten-free (not dairy-free) and are low in sugar. They are also fortified with prebiotics and probiotics for added digestive wellness. I handed a few of these yogurt melts to my 1-year-old and he gobbled them up faster than I could give them to him. He really loves the Mixed Berry flavor!
HappyBaby is available at most local stores.
I was really thrilled to find HappyBaby Organic Baby Food pouches at my local store too. While my son is eating basically everything on his own, I still buy these types of baby foods for 2 reasons.
- One is they’re a great way to make sure he’s getting the veggies and vitamins he needs. They are similar to their competitor’s selections but they seem to have found a way to add even more colorful foods our kids might not eat, such as green beans and beets.
- The other reason is the packaging allows for easy portability and self-feeding. He can eat these all by himself. A bonus is that they seem to be a bit cheaper than some other brands. I cleaned out my local Target yesterday because they were all 99 cents or less (versus other brands that are around $1.39 – $1.89). He had a pouch of Blueberry, Beets, and Bananas this morning and sucked it down like it was ice cream. I really love the HappyBaby company’s philosophy and strive to make healthy, organic, and safely packaged food for our babies and kids.
All of their packaging is BPA and Phthalate free and in most cases fully or partially recyclable. Some containers are also made with recycled material. Their frozen meals are packaged in 100% virgin polypropylene and are recyclable. Additionally, ALL of their foods contain no pesticides, no chemical fertilizers, no genetic modification, and no preservatives.
Get Some for your happy baby! You can purchase HappyBaby products at a wide variety of stores and online at HappyBabyFood.com
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