I like trying new baby/toddler foods for my two littlest, so I was excited to try these!
About Happy Family (from their website)
“Launched on Mother’s Day 2006, and owned and operated by moms, Happy Family is the leading premium organic food brand delivering optimal nutrition for the entire family. Happy Family products are consistently recognized for superior taste and nutrition. In 2011, founder and CEO Shazi Visram earned the title of Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year for New York. Happy Family has been named as one of the fastest growing organic food companies in the nation by Inc. magazine for two years running, and was named “Rockstar of the New Economy” by Fast Company in 2012.
After watching a friend struggle to find healthy food options for her baby (that didn’t involve hours of slaving away in the kitchen), Shazi came up with the idea for Happy Family. What began as Happy Baby—a minimally processed, organic alternative to baby food in a jar—has since grown into a comprehensive line for the whole family. Today, Happy Family provides organic, nutritionally rich foods for babies, toddlers, kids, and even adults! It’s the healthiest on-the-go food you can get for all ages, all stages. What could be happier than that?”
Well, these were certainly well-loved! My baby likes the happybaby organic food. So did my toddler (anything the baby has, she has to have). My toddler also loved the happycreamies (as did my whole family). I think they’re yummy! We have been downing the apple, spinach, pea, and kiwi one! I can only taste a little of the coconut (there’s no yogurt in these) and the kiwi. My lactose intolerant daughter was all over them and taking handfuls out of the bag! My toddler just poured out the rest of the bag into her hand, ate them, and pointed at the picture on this post and said “more!” As you can see in the pictures above, my preschooler LOVES the happyyogis and happymelts! All-in-all, I would say that the happybaby brand will have a place in our home for a long time (except when we run out and I haven’t made it to the store in time). There’s a ton of different products and so far we like all that we have tried!
If you want to buy them (and you really do), you can pick them up at Target, your nearest Whole Foods Store or you can check out the store locator online.
*Disclaimer: I was provided coupons for Happy Family brands in order to facilitate my review. I was not compensated and my thoughts are my own!*