Healthy, organic foods for babies that are taking over the world (in a good way)

Healthy, organic natural foods are hardly a tough sell these days. More and more parents are paying attention to the importance of eating clean and healthy.

happy puffs purple at Cool Mom Picks

I feel very good knowing that brands like longtime CMP favorite, Happy Family, are out, there spreading the word on the importance of healthy and organic eating,  and now making it more easily available–something that hasn’t always been the case.

The newest in the ever-growing line of products for babies and toddlers feature really interesting combinations of organic nutrient-packed superfoods, like the new Blueberry and Purple Carrot Happy Puffs. There are also Homestyle Meals with ingredients like pumpkin and white beans will surely make you feel like a super mom–especially for those of us who may not have time to puree our own baby food. And I’m especially happy that now Happy Family grown from just being in a few local NYC shops to 17,000 stores nationwide including Whole Foods and Target, with many of the items  from the new line (including those shown here) exclusive to Target.

Happy Baby organic baby food on Cool Mom Picks

It’s also great to remember that every time you purchase a Happy Family product, through the charity Project Peanut Butter you also feed a child in Africa who needs it. A truly amazing effort. Not many other food companies can claim roles as educators, ambassadors and global helpers. Well done, Happy Family, for all the ways you’re helping families. We hope for more successes like yours. -Stephanie M

Check out more about Happy Family at Happybabyfood.com where you can find a store in your area, watch video feeding tips and more. Also watch a great conversation with CEO Shazi and brand ambassador Tom Colicchio (uh, know him?)  here.
 

Stephanie M.

Stephanie Mayers is entrenched in the kindie rock industry, a former gallery manager, and a self-proclaimed foodie who doesn’t get out to eat much. (Darn you, parenthood.)

1 Comment

  • Reply March 11, 2013

    Liz

    We’re just now entering the baby food phase so this is incredibly helpful for me! Thanks!

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