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Organic baby food

Research has shown that pesticides left on food can be particularly harmful to young children, as their blood, kidneys and liver are not fully developed and find it hard to deal with chemicals. As a result, the demand for organic baby food has grown rapidly in recent years, with some supermarkets reporting that over half of all baby food sold is now organic.

Baby Organix is the UKs leading organic baby food producer, with up to 30 per cent of the market. The company produces over 60 different products, including meals in jars, boxes of pasta and cereals, and snacks like breadsticks and raisins. All of its products:

Wherever possible, Baby Organix tries to buy from British suppliers. All of the ingredients it uses are certified by the Soil Association.

Organic baby food case study

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