The Kids’ Corner – September 2020

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Welcome to The Kids' Corner!

Parents tend to have a few run-ins’ with picky eaters. For this reason, we’ve created The Kids Corner: products for kids and reviewed by kids! We hope these suggestions may ease some tension when walking down the aisles, after all, It’s a Jungle out there!

Earth’s Best Organic Fruit Yogurt Smoothie

Earth’s Best Organic Strawberry Banana Fruit Yogurt* Smoothie is an excellent source of Vitamins C & D for your energetic toddler 2 years and older. Created with certified USDA organic ingredients, this smoothie comes in a convenient resealable pouch that’s great for on-the-go.


-Bettina

Noosa Yoghurt

Noosa makes their yoghurt in small batches so they can use ingredients with BIG taste – farm-fresh whole milk, sweet honey, and purée made with real fruit. That sweet-meets-tart flavor and thick, velvety texture is what puts Noosa yoghurt on our list!


– Matteo

Dr. Praeger’s Spinach Littles’

Dr. Praeger’s Sensible Foods® Spinach Littles® are packed with spinach goodness you and your kids are sure to love. And don’t forget that they’re gluten free, soy free and made with Non-GMO ingredients with no artificial ingredients, no artificial colors, and no preservatives. It’s easy being green!


– Leo

Raspberries

Raspberries are the edible fruit of a plant species in the rose family.

There are many types of raspberries — including black, purple and golden — but red raspberries are most common.

These sweet, tart berries have a short shelf life and are harvested only during the summer and fall months. For these reasons, raspberries are best eaten shortly after purchasing..


– Lena

Glier’s Goetta Patties

Pronounced “get-uh,” Goetta is a German breakfast sausage that blends the textures and flavors of pork, beef, whole grain steel-cut oats, fresh onions, and spices.

Goetta is the end of boring breakfasts. When you hear the popping and sizzling of the freshly sliced Goetta cooking along with the spices infusing the air, you can hardly wait to get a fork full.


– Reagan

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