My family made the switch to organic produce some time ago, but only recently began trying to use other organic products as well.
Now that I’m eating the Trim Healthy Mama way, I’m even more conscious about what I’m feeding my family. Packing school lunches can be rough, but I have recently discovered some organic options that make life easier.
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Annie’s Homegrown has some delicious options for children’s foods, including breakfast cereals, snack foods and macaroni and cheese. These fruit snacks are tasty and don’t contain any strange ingredients. They are also pretty well priced.
Stonyfield Organic Yo kids is a healthy and tasty way to get some calcium in your kiddo’s lunches. You may be familiar with their Yo Baby yogurt, which is also produced and sold by Stonyfield. These squeeze yogurts are portable and easy.
I eat Stonemill sprouted grain bread these days as per the Trim Healthy Mama way, but was surprised that my kiddo enjoys it as well. You’re also going to need something to go on that bread…
…so Butterball Natural Inspirations turkey is an excellent, “junk free” alternative.
Lastly, your kiddo is going to need something to drink, so why not get some Honest Kids juice? This lemonade is great, but my kiddo really loves their apple juice as well.
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