Parents look for the best first foods to introduce to their babies. Happy Family Organics has just announced a new product line. Happy Baby Regenerative & Organic baby food is made with ingredients grown using regenerative farming practices that can help to mitigate climate change by building healthy soil that captures carbon from the atmosphere.
In case you didn’t know, regenerative agriculture is a holistic set of farming practices that protects the soil, promotes biodiversity, and when practiced at scale, helps reverse climate change through carbon sequestration in the soil. Studies found that increasing carbon in soils on farms by less than 1% could offset the billion tons of CO2 emitted annually.
Anne Laraway, CEO of Happy Family Organics said, “Climate change is one of the biggest existential crises our world is facing, and our children are at the greatest risk. As parents ourselves, we believe we need to act urgently and impactfully to do our part to help reverse climate change and cultivate a more sustainable world for our children to inherit.”
The Regenerative & Organic line includes delicious Stage 2 blends available in 4-packs. Each 4-pack includes one of three flavor combinations: (1) Apples, Kale & Oats; (2) Pears, Squash & Oats; and (3) Apples & Carrots.
Pouches aren’t recyclable yet in municipal and curbside systems, but Happy Family Organics is working hard to change that. The Regenerative & Organic line of baby food pouches will be recyclable through Happy Family Organics’ take-back program with TerraCycle, in support of the brand’s pledge to make 100% of its packaging reusable, recyclable or compostable by 2025. You can find more information and request a free recycling envelope for pouches as well as flexible plastic packaging and caps at TerraCycle.
The Happy Baby Regenerative & Organic baby food line can be found exclusively at Whole Foods Market locations nationwide with plans for a broader launch in 2021.
For more information on the new product line and regenerative farming practices, including educational materials for parents to share with little ones, visit Happy Family Organics.
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