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Review: Happy Baby organic baby food pouches

Dr. Craig Bissinger
Author Dr. Craig Bissinger
Submitted 01-12-2010

My wife and I are always looking for healthy, organic and tasty foods to feed our kids. My wife, especially, has always struggled with feeding the kids homemade organic foods vs. anything that comes in a jar. And the recent trend of frozen baby food doesn’t work as well, since our freezer is already jam packed with packages of breastmilk, homemade food and more recently, a quarter of a grass-fed cow. Given that insanity with which we approach food, I was please to find the
Happy Baby organic baby food pouches a welcome option for baby food.

Pros: – Delicious flavors. We tried the beet/blueberry/banana, broccoli/pea/pear, spinach/mango/pear and chick chick – all of which our hungry son inhaled rather rapidly. – The Stage 2 pouches come with a nifty resealable cap so you don’t have to use the entire pouch in one sitting. – The pouches are not only made of BPA-free, eco-friendly packaging but they are easy to throw into the baby bag. The pouches are also lightweight and travel really well. – The process of using the pouches enables the food to be cooked at a lower temperature and without any additives = healthier food. – A little over $1/bag, so reasonable in price, especially if you mix it up with some other stuff, like rice cereal, banana, avocado, or other fresh food you might have on hand.

Cons: – One bag doesn’t constitute a full meal for our son. Truth be told, neither do two. We mix it up with other stuff we’ve got on hand.

All in all, the Happy Baby Pouches have been a huge hit for my wife, son and me.

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