Organic food brands make for a ready-to-go or travel option. Don’t miss out on the experience of preparing homemade baby food. Take a class or schedule a hands-on workshop to learn how to prepare homemade baby food.
Did you know baby food products were first prepared commercially by Fremont Canning Company, now called the Gerber Products Company, in 1927? The Beech-Nut Company entered the U.S. baby food market in 1931. The demand for organic food began to grow in the 1960’s; since then, many larger manufacturers have introduced organic lines of infant food. The baby food market continues to grow and offer a variety of baby food products!
If you choose to buy from a food brand it is important to learn about about their products. * Organic baby food is a better choice over conventional baby food because it limits babies’ exposure to chemicals during the most important period of growth and development.
Look for the organic food brands that offer balanced nutrition and are made with the finest ingredients. Check to be sure the ingredient list does not have added sugar, salt or additives. Choose a organic food brand that has safe food storage and packaging that is environmentally friendly. Compare prices and look for online and in-store coupons.
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