Happy Baby is a brand you'll find often in our home at the moment. I first heard about their Organic Puffs from a friend a couple years ago. My daughter was past the age of needing puffs so I didn't think much of it at the time. When my son was born the end of last year though and as he neared being ready for some baby food, they came to mind again as a brand to look for in my local stores. My son devours the banana, green and apple puffs we have tried so far! I am ecstatic that they don't make a mess like teething biscuits.
I always love to read about how a company began. Not long ago, Happy Baby started out being sold in 5 small grocery stores in New York City. Now big names like Babies 'R' Us and Target carry their products! Happy Baby is much more than just puffs- although my store selection is limited and that's about all we have had access to- they also have cereals, melts, toddler meals, baby food pouches, etc. Upon writing this, I did learn I can order the products we'd like to try online from amazon.com and diapers.com(or several other online stores). Check out their handy Store Locator if you need help on out where to find them.
Happy Baby makes my shopping list not only because they are organic but also because of their promise to me as a consumer. They seek optimal nutrition in their products, are BPA and junk free, are actively working to reduce their carbon footprint and are even involved with Project Peanut Butter. Now that's a company I can feel good about supporting!
Pay if Forward
I ended up with 2 things of coupons and a nutritional guide from Happy Baby! So I am paying forward one of those sets. In the set there are 2 free product coupons for each of the following: puffs, melts, cereal, frozen baby meals and meals in pouches. Also included is a nutritional guide and recipes from Happy Baby.
What do you need to do? Just leave me a comment (Hi! Have a nice day! I like cheese. etc.) with your email and I'll draw from those Nov 1st. You have until midnight CST on the 31st to leave your comment!
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