Happy Family offers organic, healthy and fun options for babies and children of all ages. I personally love the happy munchies rice cakes and happy creamies made with coconut. Their huge variety is made with super food ingredients we should all have in our diets: chia seed, quinoa, amaranth and spices, to name a few. All ingredients are organic. There's no doubt about nutrition or safety with these snacks and meals.
Happy Foods has been a part of our family for almost as long as Tubby has been. Once he started eating solids, I started using my first Happy product, Happy Bellies. We needed a wheat-free pro biotic source and I happened upon the canisters at Target. I was immensely happy with both the product ingredients as well as the wording on the packages: it showed in bold which allergens it did not contain. That may not seem like much, but when you realize your child is allergic to milk and eggs and possibly a lot more, you become extremely cautious. Reading labels becomes like walking, but not all labels are smooth sidewalks. At least with Happy Family products I could quickly scan to see which of their offerings were safe for Tubby. I also recently learned there is a handy chart with all the varieties and potential allergen information listed for reference.
The coolest thing about our loving Happy Family was when I saw Shazi (the owner and chief mom) featured in an American Express small business commercial. It was like I knew her and was cheering for her. This amazing woman and her business are celebrating seven happy years in 2013. Hooray!
|Some of Tubby's favorites!|
There isn't much publicity about it, but the community efforts of Happy Family are diverse. Not only are they ensuring good health and great food for us, they are also helping to feed children in Africa through Project Peanut Butter. And right here in the US, they have a program of military mamas.
Within our Military Division our Happy Mamas on the installations educate the Military families on a healthy options in feeding their children, through samples and organic food classes. We currently have Happy Mamas at Joint Base Charleston, Eglin AFB, Fort Stewart and Fort Bragg, with openings for spouses at Fort Hood, Fort Carson, Fort Campbell, JBLW and Camp Pendleton.
If you know of families on base who would like to participate, in any US location, drop me an email to find out more. Let's help families everywhere learn how to eat healthy and benefit from the best foods.
I have never been unhappy with the selection or ingredients in Happy Family offerings. There are a lot to choose from, I have discovered some new ones through this review opportunity. Take a look at the selection next time you are in Target or Whole Foods. Even if you don't have babies or kids, you can find some tasty, nutritious snack ideas. You can also find out more on Facebook, twitter or Pinterest. Thanks to Happy Family for offering a gift bag of yummy foods to the winner of Savory Summer blog hop!
Disclosure: I was provided free product(s) for review. The opinions in this review are my own true experiences. However, yours may be different.