Healthy Times Organic Sweet Potatoes
Julian variety organic sweet potatoes, cooked and blended. Just the right texture for baby. Sweet Potatoes = Stage 1 Fruits & Vegetables (Single Fruit and Vegetable varieties specially created for babies just beginning to start solid foods).
Healthy times provides the highest quality baby foods and will never use water as the first ingredient in a baby food.
No flour is added to any baby food as a filler.
Unique varieties. Unique packaging.
Superb taste that babies love.
Healthy times began the baby category in 1980 and is dedicated to providing organic products to babies exclusively.
Organic sweet potatoes, filtered water.
Healthy Times was founded in 1980 by Rondi K. Prescott. At the time, Rondi was a young mother looking for products that did not contain refined sugars, preservatives or artificial additives. Rondi had studied nutrition at Colorado State University for her own satisfaction than for any career goal. When her daughter, Lorissa, was born, Rondi found that there were no products on the market that met her ingredient standards. In fact, sugar, salt and preservatives were listed in most of the baby foods on the market at the time. Being a natural cook who seldom followed a recipe, Rondi developed the first all natural teething biscuit for her baby using whole grain flour, unsulphured molasses and natural vanilla. Lorissa's pleasure in eating the teething biscuit while being examined by the pediatrician led him to refer other mothers to Rondi for her teething biscuits. When production needs outgrew the kitchen, Healthy Times was born.
Today, Healthy Times products are made from organically grown ingredients, no preservatives or artificial additives. Healthy Times is the only exclusive organic baby food company providing mothers with products that are USDA certified organic, certified kosher by OU, and addresses baby's allergies by offering wheat free, dairy free, soy free products for sensitive babies. The products are also supplemented for baby's healthy growth and development, and recommended by pediatricians and hospitals.