I’m going to start this post with a disclaimer. This site is all about supporting moms in the decisions they make. We don’t attack other parents for differences of opinions or parenting methods. Ever.
With that in mind, I wanted to open a discussion about baby food. Like everything with parenting, there are conflicting opinions about what babies should be fed, how often and the methods parents should use to feed them.
I’m not here to argue any method over the others. I’ve had two kids and we did things completely differently with both of them in their first two years of life. Different things work best for every baby, for every family.
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Clean Label Project. All opinions are my own.
When considering what foods to give baby, sometimes it feels like all we have is a bunch of jars lined up on a shelf in the grocery store, and no actual information about what we’re feeding our babies! I’m excited to share with you about the clean label project.
CLP is a non profit that advocates for clean food. They have created a list of baby foods that are on their magnified list showing that they are the purest, and with the lowest levels of contaminants in the food itself.
What I love about this project is that it returns the power to mom and dad’s hands. We can look over their lists and have a better idea of what is the purest options for our babies, because standing in the stores it’s so hard to tell. Every other label boasts “natural” or “organic” but those words can mean so many different things while still painting inside the lines that the FTC has drawn out for food labeling.
Clean Label Project gives you the facts you’re looking for quickly and is easily accessible on their website. You could look it up while you’re in stores to see if the jars on sale are what you’re wanting or use it to compare brands at home so you know what you want going in to the stores.
I love that this tool is finally bringing some clarity to all the noise about foods and labels. It’s putting the power back in the hands of moms and dads to figure out what’s right for baby and their family. And that’s something to get excited about!
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Clean Label Project . The opinions and text are all mine.