#30Seconds Live: Quality Ingredients, Mindfully Made Food for Baby By Happy Family Organics by Jessica Acree
Mom-created, kid-approved! Just a couple years into their journey to give your children a healthy start, Happy Family Organics is the nation's best-selling organic baby food brand.
#30Seconds Live got a chance to sample some of their most popular products at the Chicago Baby Show. Eleanor, from Happy Family Organics, says the company prides themselves in making mindful food that is simple, delicious and most importantly, healthy! "That first three years of life is so important developmentally with your child because their brain is growing at such a high rate," she explains.
Among their go-to items are the Gluten Free Happy Baby Superfood Puffs and the Organic Yogis. Both easily dissolve in Baby's mouth to help ease a parent's natural fears of choking. The items are packaged with ease of use in mind, too. Perfect for stashing in the diaper bag.
Happy Family Organics is all about transparency. Literally! Their puree pouches have a unique, clear window giving you a peek inside. As Eleanor explains, they also take it a step further. "We actually gave the moms and dads the recipe on the back, so if you wanted to replicate this at home, you can go ahead and do that!"
Inside you'll find quality ingredients like salba seeds, chickpeas, kale and more. The perfect on-the-go snack for kids of any age, especially while navigating those busy afternoons of zipping from class, to sports practice, to dance or whatever keeps your family's calendar jam-packed.
"It's a great snack to bring to school because it's nut free, it's easy, plus you get fruits and vegetables," says Eleanor. "It's a good, healthy snack!"
Check out their full line of products at HappyFamilyBrands.com.
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