HappyBaby - Organic Baby Food Stage 3 Meals Ages 7+ Months Super Salmon - 4 oz. (113 g)
Think outside the jar with HappyBaby Organic Baby Food Stage 3 Meals Ages 7+ Months Super Salmon. HappyBaby Organic Baby Food Stage 3 Meals Ages 7+ Months Super Salmon is for babies 7 months and older. HappyBaby Organic Baby Food Stage 3 Meals Ages 7+ Months Super Salmon is certified organic. HappyBaby Organic Baby Food Stage 3 Meals Ages 7+ Months Super Salmon is made with organic lentils & vegetables. HappyBaby Organic Baby Food Stage 3 Meals Ages 7+ Months Super Salmon provides 600 mg of DHA per serving. HappyBaby Organic Baby Food Stage 3 Meals Ages 7+ Months Super Salmon comes in BPA free packaging.
HappyBaby Organic Baby Food Stage 3 Meals Super Salmon pouches are shelf stable, affordable, and convenient for moms on-the-go.
At HappyFamily, everything they do is focused on putting the wellbeing of children first. And that extends to the packaging they choose for their foods. They always strive to select the safest, healthiest and most environmentally friendly options available.
Some of you have asked about how they chose their HappyFamily and HappyTot pouch packaging and whether it can be recycled.
They chose to use their pouches first and foremost because of their safety and nutritional benefits. Their pouches are BPA and phthalate free. These sealed pouches also allow them to naturally preserve all of HappyBaby's 1: starting solids, 2: simple combos, 3: balanced meals, and 4: organic superfoods for tots & tykes organic purees without additives. And HappyBaby's pouch packaging allows them to cook all of their baby food at a lower temperature than jarred baby food—giving them not only great flavor, but a significantly higher level of nutrition.
While HappyBaby's pouch material isn’t currently recyclable, many cities do accept the #2 plastics they use for their re-sealable caps. And HappyBaby is proud to say that their pouches have a better overall environmental rating than glass jar alternatives. An independent Life Cycle analysis revealed that the pouches take less energy and fewer materials to make and produce less air pollution than glass, tetra pak or PET plastic bottles.
Even better, because they’re so lightweight, Happy Baby's pouches out perform other alternatives by adding far less waste to landfills and saving fuel when they’re being delivered to stores.
HappyBaby believes strongly in the health, safety and overall environmental advantages of their pouches, but HappyFamily is committed to continuing to work with their suppliers to find even greener, more innovative, and more recyclable alternatives.
It’s what children deserve.
HappyBaby Organic Baby Food Stage 3 Meals Super Salmon FAQ's
Is there any mercury in HAPPYBABY salmon?
Just as fruits and vegetables contain traces of nitrates, nearly all fish and shellfish contain traces of mercury.
By following these 3 recommendations for selecting and eating fish or shellfish, women and young children will receive the benefits of eating fish and shellfish and be confident that they have reduced their exposure to the harmful effects of mercury.
- Do not eat shark, swordfish, king mackerel, or tilefish because they contain high levels of mercury.
- Eat up to 12 ounces (2 average meals) per week of a variety of fish and shellfish that are lower in mercury.
- 5 of the most commonly eaten fish that are low in mercury are shrimp, canned light tuna, salmon, pollock, and catfish. Salmon also contains more of heart healthy omega-3 fatty acids than any other common fish. These omega-3 fatty acids are important for babies brain and eye development.
- Another commonly eaten fish, albacore ("white") tuna has more mercury than canned light tuna.The best safe recommendations say that a 25-pound toddler can have about 1/3 can of light tuna per week. Many people and organizations, including the Environmental Working Group and the Natural Resources Defenses Council, recommend against any white (albacore) tuna consumption for young children and pregnant women.
- Check local advisories about the safety of fish caught by family and friends in your local lakes, rivers, and coastal areas. If no advice is available, you should eat up to 6 ounces of fish you catch from local waters (one average meal) per week, but don't consume any other fish during that week.
Are all ingredients in HappyBaby products organic?
All of the fruits, vegetables, meats, and seasonings in HappyFamily products are organic, except for the wild, Alaskan salmon in their HappyBaby Super Salmon and HappyBites Salmon Stix.
Does HappyBaby contain nitrates?
Nitrates are a naturally occurring form of nitrogen found in soil and water. As such, a certain level of nitrates is to be expected in foods and is not a concern with regard to health. To make sure the levels aren't too high and to ensure safety for their little customers, all HappyBaby meals undergo a rigorous testing process during production. So, you can rest assured that HappyBaby meals do not present a risk to your baby.
Is HappyBaby food tested?
Every batch of each of their baby food lines (HappyBaby, HappyBellies, HappyMelts, HappyPuffs, HappyBites, HappyTots and HappyMunchies) is tested by an independent lab to ensure it is 100% safe for Baby.
Is HappyBaby food hot when the trays are filled?
They “cold fill” their products into the trays to prevent any possible leaching from the plastic which can occur from hot fill. Other baby food companies are known to hot fill their plastic containers.
Why is wild salmon better than farmed salmon?
Farmed salmon generally contains higher levels of mercury. Farmed salmon also contains about 2 to 10 times the levels of PCBs, DDT, dioxins, pesticides, and other suspected carcinogens than wild caught salmon.
What kind of plastics are the HappyBaby trays made of?
The plastic containers that HappyBaby uses are the safest food grade plastic and are certified for use in infant and baby food products.
Concerns about using plastic containers with food are mostly related to a compound known as phthalates. Their containers do not have any known risks and do not contain any phthalates, PBB's, PBDE's or bisphenol-A (BPA). They are made from 100% virgin polypropylene, which is manufactured without the use of chlorine, thus eliminating the hazards of deadly dioxin releases during manufacture and incineration that occur with some other plastics.
Is HappyBaby packaging recyclable?
All of HappyBaby's packaging is BPA free. The HappyBaby trays are recyclable #5 plastic. The outer boxes on HappyBaby and HappyBites are both recyclable. Their HappyBellies canister is made from 48% post recycled content and their HappyMunchies canister is made from 63% post recycled content - both of the lids are #4 plastic and are recyclable. The HappyPuffs canisters are #2 plastic and the lids are #5 plastic - both are recyclable.
Their newest line of pouches (HappyBaby 1,2,3; HappyTots) are BPA free, have a lower carbon footprint than glass jars, and both the #2 plastic caps and 8-pack boxes are recyclable.
Please note: Recyclability varies in all cities, so please check with your city to see what you are able to recycle.
How much iron should my baby have every day?
A 7-12 month old baby needs 11 milligrams of iron per day.
HappyBellies organic multi-grain cereal contains 6.6 milligrams of iron per serving (each serving is 4 tablespoons.) So, if your baby eats 6 tablespoons of HappyBellies organic multi-grain cereal per day, she is getting about 10 milligrams of iron from the cereal. This is below Baby's necessary iron intake, but there is such a thing as too much iron for your baby, so make sure you check other food labels to make sure that Baby is not eating large servings of many heavily iron-fortified foods each day. The safe upper limit of iron intake for most children is 40 milligrams.
Where are HappyBaby meals produced?
HappyBaby meals are produced in U.S. facilities in the west and midwest.
How should I heat up HappyBaby fresh, frozen organic meals?
HappyBaby fresh, frozen organic meals for baby can be defrosted in a number of ways. You can leave it at room temperature, place a container of cubes in a bowl of hot water, or heat it on the stove or in a microwave.
How long will HappyBaby fresh, frozen organic meals keep in the freezer?
As long as the plastic film is sealed, HappyBaby fresh, frozen organic meals for baby will keep for up to 1 year in the freezer.
Where does HappyBaby get its ingredients?
Ingredients in HappyBaby and HappyBellies products come from organic farmers, primarily in California, Oregon, and Washington. Their tropical fruits--bananas and mangoes--are sourced from an organic farmer in Mexico. Their quinoa comes from organic farms in Bolivia or Peru; and their amaranth comes from organic farms in Argentina or Turkey.
Once HappyBaby frozen meals have been defrosted, how long is it safe to eat?
Once defrosted, their HappyBaby fresh, frozen organic baby meals are good for 1-3 days when stored in the refrigerator, or up to 3 hours at room temperature.
How long does it take for HappyBaby frozen meals to defrost?
It takes their frozen baby food about 1.5 - 2 hours to defrost.
Who creates the HappyBaby recipes?
Their recipes are developed using many people's input. Parents often make suggestions, and then the recipes themselves are developed by food industry professionals, healthcare professionals who advise HappyBaby (including Dr. Sears and Amy Marlow, RD MPH CDN), and the socially responsible businesswomen who run the company.
Why should I choose organic foods for my child?
Organic fruits and vegetables are grown without the use of synthetic chemical fertilizers or pesticides. Organic packaged foods, like HappyBaby meals, are made with organic ingredients and are packaged in facilities that are certified to meet strict USDA organic standards.
Are HappyBaby products produced in a nut-free facility?
All HappyFamily products are produced in nut-free facilities except for their HappyBites line.
A few short years ago, HappyBaby was the first premium baby brand to enter the market in 5 small stores in New York City—at a time when there were no homestyle options for parents to feed their children. Processed foods or homemade baby food—which can be time consuming for busy families—were the only options. A lot has changed, and we are now the leading premium brand of baby and toddler meals in the U.S.—sold in over 10,000 stores with 5 different lines of optimally delicious organic foods for your growing family.
They attribute their success to their dedication to only creating the very best products, their commitment to always doing what is right as a business, their amazing team of brilliant colleagues and advisors—and to you. You are the parents that demand that your children get foods that truly nourish their bodies and support their growth as healthy happy individuals for the years to come.