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Home >  Information A-ZAll Kids Information Articles >  Smart Parent’s Guide to Organic Baby Food

Smart Parent's Guide to Organic Baby Food:

When perusing the baby food isle at your local grocery store, it is easy to see that there are many choices: recognizable brands that have been around for decades, cheaper off-brands, as well as organic baby foods. You may be leaning toward purchasing organic foods for your baby, but aren’t sure if it is the best choice. After all, the word “organic” implies that it is healthy, but what does it really mean?

In order for a product to be able to carry a USDA Certified Organic label, it must meet the following standards, as set forth by the NOP (National Organic Program):

  • No genetic engineering or ionizing radiation can be used during growing or processing
  • All fertilizers for crops must be natural
  • Pesticide use must be very limited, and often isn’t allowed at all
  • During processing, the additives (such as extra salts and sugars) are very limited
  • No growth hormones or chemical treatments can be used on animals
  • Livestock must be raised in a natural environment, and are fed only organic foods

Based on this information, it is easy to see how organic baby foods can provide an excellent source of nutrition without all the extra harmful effects other foods can have. You don’t have to worry about as many allergies caused by additives, and your baby gets nothing but natural nutrition.

If you aren’t sure where to buy organic baby food, there are many options available to you. You can go to your local grocery store and browse their selection, you can shop online, or you can visit a strictly organic store such as Whole Foods.

To locate a Whole Foods store near you, you can visit www.wholefoods.com. By shopping at an organic store such as Whole Foods, you can purchase organic food for your baby while also buying organic foods for the rest of the family.

If you prefer to shop for organic baby food at your local grocer, Earth’s Best is a brand that is carried in many stores. You can visit www.earthsbest.com to locate a store near you.

Or, if you are interested in having your organic baby food delivered directly to you, there are many stores that offer shipping anywhere in the United States. One popular store that sells organic baby food is www.diamondorganics.com.

No matter how you shop for it, organic baby food is an excellent choice for pure nutrition for the newest member of your family.



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