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Just Say No to Baby Food Pouches

By Kim Robson: The latest horrifying example of single-use non-recyclable plastic packaging in the name of convenience (I’m looking at you, K-Cups) seems to be baby food pouches. Instead of packaging baby food in reusable, recyclable, inexpensive glass jars, we now have single-use suckable plastic pouches — no dishes or …

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DIY Baby Food

By Kim Robson: Not so very long ago, moms didn’t have the luxury of purchasing ready-to-eat Gerber baby foods in shelf-stable jars. Our grandmothers all made their baby’s food at home, from scratch. The bonus? It’s fast, easy, saves money, and reduces waste. Plus, by making the baby food, you …

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How Safe Is the Baby Food Business?

By Fredrica Syren: Lots of parents depend upon store bought baby food to feed their little ones. Unfortunately, the baby food business has a history of major errors, which can make any parent worry. Just a few weeks ago, Beech-Nut had to recall 1,920 pounds of baby food after a …

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Ideas For Reusing Baby Food Jars

By Kim Robson: If you have a new baby in your home, you surely must also have a growing collection of baby food jars. Sure, you could recycle them, but there are a jillion ways to reuse and repurpose these handy little receptacles. Without further ado, here are some brilliant …

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