Now that Fall is here, I’m excited to give my youngest son (who just turned a year) autumn foods like butternut squash and sweet potatoes. I just bought some sweet potatoes and roasted them with olive oil and a little salt. He loved it.
But when we’re on the go, sometimes I’ll grab a jar of Earth’s Best baby food. My little guy is too big to eat Stage 1 or 2 baby food alone, but when I mix it with pasta or let him dip a piece of toast he loves it.
Here are a few yummy Fall flavors from Earth’s Best:
Stage 1 Squash (photo courtesy of Earth’s Best)
Stage 2 Carrots (photo courtesy of Earth’s Best)
The great thing about Earth’s Best is that all products are certified organic by Oregon Tilth and Quality Assurance International, as well as no GMO, no pesticides, no artificial dyes and no preservatives.
Ever wonder where Earth’s Best foods come from? Earth’s Best growers include: Burch Farms for sweet potatoes and butternut squash, Nature Fresh Farms for carrots, Pedersen Farms for butternut squash, and Stemlit Growers for apples and pears.
And Earth’s Best doesn’t just have baby food. They have a whole line of baby products, including earth-friendly disposable diapers (chlorine-free and made natural absorbent material such as corn and wheat), chlorine-free baby wipes with aloe and vitamine E (or sensitive baby wipes made with oat oil and shea butter), and even organic, chemical-free and paraben-free SPF 30 sun block.
Check out Earth’s Best whole line of baby body care products.
One winner will receive an assortment of Earth’s Best Stage 1 and 2 baby food. Enter the contest using Rafflecopter.
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I received an assortment of Earth’s Best baby food and baby body care products for this review, however, I was not otherwise compensated. These opinions are all my own, and I’ve been buying Earth’s Best for years.