Happy Baby Food – Organic Baby Foods

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We all want to do our best for our kids especially when it comes to their health.

Feeding them what is good for them along with what they actuaHappy Organic Baby Foodslly want can always be a challenge. We want to feed them happy baby food to make them happy and we also want perhaps to feed them organic and natural foods to help with their development and growth.

So what can you feed your baby, toddlers, and kids where you know they are getting nutrition and vitamins and everything they need to build a strong healthy body?

When I had my daughter I breast fed her until she was 13 months which I loved and was fortunate to be able to, when she started solids I wanted to make sure she was getting the right foods that would be healthy and keep her healthy.

In those days I grew my own vegetables, picked them and cooked them.  Blended them for her so I knew she was getting the best freshest food she could.  A lot of work and time went into this, I was a stay at home Mom at the time but it was still time-consuming. Most of us do not have the luxury of that sort of time anymore.

In today’s ever changing world and with all the pressures of modern day living, growing your own vegetables is not aways possible.  So how does the modern parent of today know how to get healthy food for their kids without it costing a fortune or taking forever to prepare.  When we are out and we need to feed our children that are not ready for restaurant food we have to carry all the components with us which again is

When we are out and we need to feed our children that are not ready for restaurant food we have to carry all the components with us which again is Organic Baby Foodtime-consuming and cumbersome.

I did some research and one company I came across was Happy Family Organics. Happy Baby Food.

Happy Family is a mom-founded and operated premium organic food company that’s changed the way we feed our children. When Founder and CEO Shazi Visram saw her friend, a new mom, struggle to find healthy food options for her baby, she found her purpose: give babies their healthiest, happiest beginning by offering parents organic, thoughtfully-made food. She didn’t just envision a business—she saw a social imperative to address the health issues linked to childhood nutrition.

I love their site which gives you all the information you need including an allergy section and what foods they make to avoid these allergies are all listed. I also like the Organic alternative as we have no idea what is going into baby food these days.

 They have a team of experts on hand to guide them and help them navigate the process of producing such a great variety of products.

They cover the Mother from Pre-Natel, baby, tots and kids and their range is simply fantastic.  Packaged in easy to go containers for the Mom who is always on the move, you can tell they have done their homework.

Giving Back

At Happy Family, they strive to make a positive impact in all they do. They started the Happy Family Foundation to contribute to other game-changing organizations. From building the first Happy Family Children’s Village in Tanzania to supporting organic advocacy worldwide, to mentoring young entrepreneurs or donating their time.

They have a great guide for the first 1,000 days after the baby is born.  Giving insights to all sorts of great tips that we all need the answers to. They seem to cover every aspect of bringing a child into this world.

The resource center has information about how to play games, travel with kids, birthday parties and so much more.  They have so many products and have covered all the questions you might have or the challenges you face with picky eaters and allergies and everything you have not even thought of.  They also have great coverage in a host of media outlets.

I am sure you may have researched and found some other great places to get your organic and healthy food for your children.  This is just one of those I found and wanted to give a review.

In Conclusion

Worth checking out all the information they have to hand, worth bookmarking for when you come across something you do not know the answer to.  Worth getting the products and giving them a try.

I am not an affiliate or associated with this company in anyway.

If you found this to be of value to you please share so others many benefit also.


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46 Comments

  1. Anna nuttall

    Thanks you for this information my friend is having a baby so she would find this useful. Xxx

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    1. helenvella (Post author)

      Appreciate the share the more people who know the better for everyone.

      Reply
  2. Danay

    I love seeing companies that give back! It’s inspiring and reminds me that social responsibility is alive and well.

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    1. helenvella (Post author)

      Totally agree, there are more and more companies giving back which really helps with everything going on in the world right now.

      Reply
  3. Blair villanueva

    Thanks for sharing this information about baby foods. Its been awhile that there’s no baby at home, and I already forgot what my Mom used to buy or make baby food. And your post is very helpful.

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    1. helenvella (Post author)

      Thank you for your comments, it has been awhile for me also. 🙂

      Reply
  4. Deb

    I actually miss making baby food. So simple. Love the projects that they are working on to give back. Really cool.

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    1. helenvella (Post author)

      I like their projects also, I take it your baby is grown now 🙂

      Reply
  5. Kristi

    This is great! As a Celiac, I know how crucial just knowing ingredients can be! This is a wonderful source and especially great for any family dealing with allergies.

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    1. helenvella (Post author)

      Thank you, there is so much you have to know today to eat healthy, being informed is the best way to stay ahead of it all.

      Reply
  6. Emma

    This is great – too much stuff that we feed our kids and babies is processed rubbish with additives so it’s great to see companies taking note and making better options!

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    1. helenvella (Post author)

      It is a great company and also when you cannot prepare the healthy foods yourself it is a great resource.

      Reply
  7. Punica Makeup

    Organic homemade foods for kids is always a great idea! It’s very helpful! Thank you for sharing!

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    1. helenvella (Post author)

      Organic and as natural a product is by far the best I am sure for good health.

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  8. Ashlee

    Organic is definitely the way to go! So much safer and healthier!

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    1. helenvella (Post author)

      Most certainly is, thank you for your comments.

      Reply
  9. Shauna Walker

    Wow I’m impressed at the fact that you grew your own veggies and made your own baby food.

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    1. helenvella (Post author)

      Thank you, I love it, I still have my herbs on my balcony today as I do not have a garden.

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  10. Tamika

    I’m glad there’s a company out there that cares about what we put in our bodies. I made my food for my son and daughter. My friends have babies and when I watch them, I make their food as well. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. helenvella (Post author)

      Me too 🙂 I like when we can find something that can be trusted, there is so much out there that is not good for us to ingest at all.

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  11. Danielle

    I love the Happy Family/Baby/Tot brand and my daughter seems to enjoy them too. She’s now 18 months and we’re still breastfeeding (simply because she’s not ready to give it up), but she loves the little pouches and I’m glad to know she’s getting all the nutrition she needs. We always keep them stocked.

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    1. helenvella (Post author)

      So glad you like them and the baby likes them too. I really like this brand, thank you for sharing.

      Reply
  12. Emma

    Any thing that makes life a little easier for mums without sacrificing on nutrients and organic products is great in my book – Mums have so much to do anyway that something like this would be a godsend!

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    1. helenvella (Post author)

      Totally agree with you 🙂

      Reply
  13. Blair villanueva

    Glad i saw your post. My bestfriend is looking for baby food for her new angel 🙂 I’ll show her this post 🙂

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    1. helenvella (Post author)

      Glad I was able to help, and thank you for sharing always appreciated, I hope she finds what she is looking for.

      Reply
  14. Danay

    I’m so glad these options are available. I was fortunate enough that my mother insisted on making baby food for her grand kids.

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    1. helenvella (Post author)

      Nice to have someone you can rely on to do that for you. Great person, thanks for sharing 🙂

      Reply
  15. Sushmita

    My cousin is a new mom. This is a must share for me 😀
    Thank for sharing this. It must be helpful to many 🙂

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    1. helenvella (Post author)

      Hopefully that is my intention to help and empower as many people as I can.

      Reply
  16. The Travel Ninjas

    Perfect timing. I was just discussing this with my best friend yesterday. She’s a new mom and concerned about commercial baby foods. I’m gone to share this with her now.

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    1. helenvella (Post author)

      Thank you for sharing this with your friend I hope she gets some benefit from it.

      Reply
  17. Nicole Anderson

    I love it when I find such genuine reviews done by a person not connected to the product or the company. The points you make really make me want to check out and try this first hand. Plus I do love the ethos of the company and the additional initiatives they have taken to show they really do care.

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    1. helenvella (Post author)

      Yes I agree and the company does have some good values and community involvement also. I like to offer alternatives to the norm which is what my site is all about. Thank you for your comments.

      Reply
  18. saidat

    I love it when moms make healthy food for the kids – it is way better than mainstream products.

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    1. helenvella (Post author)

      totally agree although not always easy to do but for those who do kudos to them.

      Reply
  19. Alicia Taylor

    I used to make my own baby food to avoid all the stuff that’s in the mainstream brands. Babies don’t need their little bodies all littered up. I’m glad to see more brands going natural and organic.

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    1. helenvella (Post author)

      Agree totally, their bodies are not designed to take all the chemicals and everything else that is in mainstream food.

      Reply
  20. Jessi Joachim

    we just started on food my my little one, and so far have been making my own. I need to try out some simpler options for when I don’t have time to make it.

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    1. helenvella (Post author)

      Making your own is always best getting the time to do is however is another story 🙂

      Reply
  21. Andrea Broom

    I remember my mom made my baby food as well as my brother she said it was healthier.

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    1. helenvella (Post author)

      Totally, not sure how easy it is to do these days with all the other parenting pressures we have.

      Reply
  22. Liz

    As a new mom/ health freak and (full time everything else LOL) I have been looking for good organic food to give my daughter. Most organic baby food is so expensive, bu they seem to be reasonable price! Thanks for sharing!

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    1. helenvella (Post author)

      You are so welcome, let me know how the baby likes them.

      Reply
  23. MarieAnne, Linda Cooke

    I remember making my own baby food in the early 70’s. I would have loved to have had this available. Great to have trusting food for our babies, that is nutritious and healthy. Great information. Thank you.

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    1. helenvella (Post author)

      Me too, there is so much great stuff out there these days.

      Reply

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