January 3, 2019
This post is sponsored by Happy Family Organics but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.
Over the years, we have moved as a family to a more and more natural way of parenting and living. We are gradually and continually making changes where we can, learning more every day, and have been passionate about sharing what we have found with others.
Look at that sweet face! He is worth every second of research, change, and effort to make better choices for him (and his sisters, of course!)
That is why I am so happy to have Happy Family options for my kiddos. With a mission to change the trajectory of children’s health through nutrition and a mission statement that says, “We nourish little ones. We support families. We protect the planet.” That is a brand and company I can stand behind!
A lot of parents are still confused on what organic vs. natural vs. conventional means. As a mom-founded and parent-operated company, there’s nothing more important than what we feed our children. That’s why Happy Family Organics food has none of the artificial hormones, toxic persistent pesticides, or GMO’s allowed in conventional farming—just healthy ingredients from earth-friendly organic farms.
Happy Family Organics’ goal is to help babies and toddlers cultivate a happy, healthy relationship with food that can contribute to lifelong wellness. It starts with developing a taste for goodness early on. Their Enlightened Nutrition approach means creating innovative products using organic fruits, vegetables and grains, as well as powerful ingredients, vitamins and nutrients to provide appropriate nutrition for every age and stage.
At Happy Family Organics, they are committed to organic nutrition for babies and their families. That’s why all of their products are organic, made without toxic, persistent pesticides or artificial flavors, colors and sweeteners and are non-GMO.
To learn more about Happy Family Organic products and their mission click right here!
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