Food Facts Our New Friend
Incredible to believe that we have gotten to a point where you can’t trust what you buy to eat these days…
If it’s loaded with sugars, hormones, or fats, you want to stay away from it, right? But how do you know?
When it comes to babies, though, we’re not always informed of what’s really in baby formula or the foods we use to feed our little ones.
www.foodfacts.com is a website devoted to just that. They’ve created a book “Food Facts Baby”…
“Stan Rak, Owner and President of FoodFacts.com discussed the reasons for the Guide’s creation, “Our grocery aisles are lined with products designed for babies. Just like products designed for other food consumers, there are some choices out there that might not meet the standards many consumers have set for their families. The FoodFacts.com Baby Nutrition Guide was designed for food-conscious consumers to help them make the decision-making process for brands and food categories for the newest additions to their families a more comfortable, confident experience.” Sarah Butterfield, Managing Director of FoodFacts.com, sees a real demand for arming parents with better baby nutrition information. “This new product from FoodFacts.com empowers new parents to make the healthiest possible food choices for their infants and toddlers. Although the information is easily accessible on the FoodFacts.com website, the publishing of the FoodFacts Baby & Toddler Nutrition Guide provides that same information at their fingertips, and takes the guesswork of of grocery shopping for their families,” she says. The guide is available now: http://bit.ly/YCTBX7 Official Synopsis: DO YOU KNOW WHAT’S IN YOUR BABY OR TODDLER’S FOOD? We’ve put everything we know together for you in our simple, easy-to-follow Baby Nutrition Guide! This is a valuable tool for parents who want to make the best, healthiest decisions for their young children. With detailed nutritional information, allergen warnings, ingredient content, and the FoodFacts Health Score for hundreds of baby food products, you’ll want to keep the FoodFacts.com Baby Nutrition Guide close at hand for your growing family.”
So… check it out!
Keeping you informed, happy, and healthy – baby too..
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