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A new line of baby products including award-winning diapers, wipes, formula, organic food, and snacks.


Organic Apple Puree, Organic Mango Puree, Organic Carrot Puree, Organic Lemon Juice Concentrate, Ascorbic Acid (to Maintain Color).


Nutrition Facts

Serving Size 113.00 g

Servings Per Container 1

  • Amount Per Serving
  • Calories 60
    • Total Fat 0g0%daily value
    • Total FatSaturated Fat 0g0%daily value
    • Total FatTrans Fat 0g
    • Cholesterol 0mg0%daily value
    • Sodium 30mg1%daily value
    • Total Carbohydrate 14g5%daily value
    • Total CarbohydrateDietary Fiber 1g4%daily value
    • Total CarbohydrateSugars 8g
    • Protein 0g

Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.


A new line of baby products including award-winning diapers, wipes, formula, organic food, and snacks.


Organic Apple Puree, Organic Mango Puree, Organic Carrot Puree, Organic Lemon Juice Concentrate, Ascorbic Acid (to Maintain Color).

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Yes, Little Journey Organics Apple Baby Food Puree is gluten-free.

Little Journey Organics Apple Baby Food Puree has 60.0 calories.

Little Journey Organics Apple Baby Food Puree has 14.0 carbs.

Little Journey Organics Apple Baby Food Puree has 0.0 grams of sugar.

Little Journey Organics Apple Baby Food Puree has 0.0 grams of fat.

Little Journey Organics Apple Baby Food Puree has 30.0 grams of sodium.

12 Best Organic Baby Food Brands to Buy 2022

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As a busy parent, time isn’t always on your side. Making baby food from scratch can be stressful and time consuming, especially when it comes to appeasing picky eaters. Luckily, there are several pre-made organic baby food options that take the guesswork out of feeding your child.

Since the National Organic Program of the USDA has developed strict rules and regulations that govern USDA certified organic foods, those carrying the USDA organic seal cannot contain GMOs or any artificial preservatives, colors or flavors. And certain studies show that organic fruits and vegetables have significantly more antioxidant polyphenols than conventionally grown produce. Encouraging an abundance and variety of fruits and vegetables at all ages is key, but organically grown produce can provide some additional benefits without the GMOs or preservatives.

And speaking of ages, our nutrition experts point out that baby food stages aren’t standardized but there are general guidelines that many brands utilize. Keep in mind that every baby develops differently, and some babies are ready for stage 2 before they are 7 months old, while others may not be ready until they are closer to 10 months old. Talk to your pediatrician to help guide you throughout the process, and remember that it’s important for babies to advance through the stages on their own time.

As a general rule of thumb, Stage 1 foods generally consist of a single ingredient purees and are ideal for babies ages 4-6 months. Stage 2 foods are best for babies ages 6-9 months and start to incorporate more than one ingredient. Stage 3 foods are for babies 9-12 months, and they feature a lot of different textures and new flavors. Stage 4 foods are for babies at least one year of age and typically indicate that table food can be introduced.

A note on heavy metals in baby food: If you’ve heard about concerns regarding heavy metals in baby food, it’s important to know that they are naturally occurring and enter the food supply from natural sources like soil, water and air. It is nearly impossible to completely avoid these metals, but parents can minimize the risk by feeding their baby a variety of foods. Opt for grain-based cereals and snacks instead of rice-based options and be sure to limit fruit juices. Our experts say you can and should keep giving carrots and sweet potatoes because they contain important nutrients, but given that they grow in the ground, they may naturally contain higher levels of heavy metals so be sure to serve them along with other fruits and vegetables.

To make sure you're giving your child the very best, we put several brands to the test through a panel of kids, moms and editors to see which organic baby food products are the best for your baby. We’ve also included information on what measures each brand is taking regarding minimizing heavy metals in their products. Here are the best organic baby foods of 2022:

Once Upon a Farm

Organic Fruit & Veggie Blend Baby Sampler

Once Upon A Farm



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Holle USA

Organic Fruit Puree

Holle USA


Happy Family Organics

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Serenity Kids

Organic Savory Veggies and Ethically Sourced Meats Variety Pack

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Little Journey Pouches



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Little Spoon

Little Spoon

This subscription-based baby food service brings a unique twist to the traditional baby food we see on the market. Our nutrition pros appreciate that the organic baby blends feature nutritious ingredient combinations including chia seeds, buckwheat, pumpkin seed and hemp seeds. Plus, they offer a line of small packs called boosters that act as nutritional supplements to mix into your baby’s food that our mommy testers loved. You can select from four different types of boosters that are carefully sourced with vitamins, minerals, probiotics and organic produce.

Their line of Babyblends purees are now Clean Label Project verified, which tests for over 400 industrial environmental contaminants including heavy metals and more.






Tiny Organics

Tiny Organics

These organic baby and toddler meals are conveniently delivered to your door and are packed with super nutrients. Our nutrition pros and testers both love that Tiny products are free from the big 8 allergens. Curated by a team of chef and neonatal nutritionists, the meals are made fresh and shipped frozen. Their new Tiny Beginnings product line has six different plant-based baby meal options to choose from and is created for 4-8-month-olds.

When sourcing ingredients, Tiny's team shared with GH that they require the farmers to provide heavy metal tests on the lots from the year prior and when they harvest the new lot. The team also does internal lab tests on specific ingredients to make sure it is within the brand's specifications. All ingredients are all sustainably sourced within the US from local farms to reduce carbon footprint and are USDA-certified organic.


How we tested

Registered dietitians in the Good Housekeeping Institute Nutrition Lab evaluated dozens of baby food products, specifically analyzing ingredient lists and nutrition labels. Our nutrition experts prioritized USDA Certified Organic options made with wholesome ingredients and free of artificial preservatives, colors or flavors. We also investigated efforts that the brands are making to minimize heavy metal exposure in their products. In addition to expert analysis, we recruited a panel of parents and little ones to provide real-life feedback on quality, variety, portion sizes, convenience, packaging and more. We’re confident that our top picks are the best organic baby food options to provide exceptional nourishment and quality.

Why trust Good Housekeeping?

As deputy director of the Good Housekeeping Institute Nutrition Lab for the past two years, Stefani Sassos, MS, RDN, CSO, CDN, NASM-CPT handles all nutrition content, product testing and evaluation. She stays up to date on the latest research to provide evidence-based reporting on all things diet and nutrition, and she also runs large-scale tests and analysis for products ranging from protein bars to supplements. She has a master's degree in clinical nutrition from New York University and has been a registered dietitian for six years, working in the clinical setting prior to Good Housekeeping and obtaining advanced credentials and board certifications in the nutrition field. As a new mom to a 6-month-old baby girl, Stefani is personally invested in thoroughly vetting and testing baby food products for her family and yours.

Stefani Sassos, M.S., R.D.N., C.S.O., C.D.N., NASM-CPT Nutrition Lab Deputy Director Stefani (she/her) is a registered dietitian, a NASM-certified personal trainer and the deputy director of the Good Housekeeping Institute Nutrition Lab, where she handles all nutrition- and fitness-related content, testing and evaluation.

Traveling with a child - travel hacks from eco-mom Anna Tyatte and LookBio moms

Yes, traveling with a child is completely different from a “childless” vacation: you won’t lie on the beach, you won’t swim behind the buoys, riding a bike at dawn is also in question, but also this topic can be approached constructively, using the advice of experienced people. Anna Tyatte, eco-blogger, founder of the Eco-Life and Motherhood School, talks about how to make traveling with a small child feel like a vacation.
And be environmentally friendly where possible. LookBio's moms couldn't resist giving advice either.

During the first two years of my son's life, I managed to fly planes and trains about 20 times with him. And I'll tell you about some useful life hacks - not only "eco"! I will give simple advice for mothers who are traveling for the first time with a child.


Think ahead about eating on the road so that you eat healthy foods, and not random with unknown ingredients. Many are hesitant to take food and water on the plane - and in vain! Firstly, anyone can take non-liquid food with them. Secondly, you can take water with you. Yes, yes, parents of small children have at least some advantages over other passengers. The only restriction is that the child must be no older than two years old, and you may be asked to drink from a bottle during the inspection if you say that it is intended for a child.

I cut vegetables, fruits, other foods from our diet into small pieces and took them in a plastic container. It's more convenient to eat when the child is sitting on her mother's lap on the plane, and any movement is difficult for her - not to mention having a human lunch with a knife and fork! I took dry baby porridge in small glasses with screw-on lids and asked the flight attendant to add boiling water when we needed it. You can also take infant formula in the bottle. Although breastfeeding on an airplane is also not a problem, if you wear comfortable clothes for this and cover yourself with a shawl, prudently taken in hand luggage.

I also take a bottle and a baby sippy cup of water. I always carry my favorite thermo glass with me. Firstly, it is impossible to drink from ordinary cups while holding a small fidget - you will spill and scald. Secondly, disposable cups on airplanes are not environmentally friendly - just like other disposable tableware. Therefore, in addition to food and containers, I take spoons and forks with me from home.

When flying with Aeroflot, you can pre-order meals according to your preferences - children's, vegetarian, lactose-free, and so on. It's free, but you need to order at the time of ticketing or no later than 36 hours before departure. Valid for flights lasting more than three hours, and if you are flying with Rossiya Airlines - more than four hours. Find out in advance if the airline you are flying with has such an option.

Anna Tätte, eco-blogger, founder of the School for Green Life and Motherhood

On the plane

You can always ask the flight attendant to put you in a free row if there is one left. Mothers with babies are always helped and respond to any requests. As for trains, some trains have special playpens that are attached to the shelves. Find out in advance (at least 10 days in advance) whether such arenas are provided on your train, and leave a request by phone or on the website.

You can always take a stroller on a plane without additional charges. It is neither baggage nor hand luggage. True, now you can’t take them into the cabin - the stroller is issued “on board” - you don’t need to check it in with your luggage - you can roll the child at the airport until boarding, and when boarding the plane, fold and give the “children’s transport” to the airport employee.


If you're heading south, you'll definitely need a sunscreen with a high SPF - I didn't discover America for you. But! During the seasonal holidays, natural cosmetics with SPF become a real shortage. In the summer, a week before departure, I decided to buy such a cream for myself and my child (I don’t see the point in taking children separately when it comes to organics), and it was out of stock in all stores. There are face creams, sunscreen lip balms, creams with SPF 10-15-20. I was miraculously left without sun protection. I suspect that there will also be demand before the New Year holidays - perhaps a little lower than in summer, but still I advise you to take care of this necessary thing in advance.

Buying natural sun protection locally is likely to be difficult. Natural sun cream is not sold in tourist shops and shops on the beach, in supermarkets and other places where visitors come first. Both abroad and in the Russian south, almost all products with SPF are synthetic. And where organics are sold, you need to find out in advance - and I suspect that this will be very difficult.

And other cosmetics

As for the rest of the travel cosmetics, I'm a minimalist here. The smaller and lighter my suitcase is, the better - because you need to carry not only it, but also the stroller and the child. I take only a couple of universal products that I can use for both the child and myself, not counting my face cream, of course - this is sacred. However, in the south, with high humidity, it often turns out to be unnecessary. Soothing and relieving irritation SOS products (these are among natural cosmetics) will not interfere - in case of excessive sun exposure, diaper rash or insect bites.

First aid kit

The minimum first aid kit is a must-have when traveling. I have it, of course, also with the prefix "eco". I always take Zosterin Ultra 30 with me - an algae adsorbent that effectively helps with poisoning, allergies, viruses, dysbacteriosis and many other ailments. I consider it a miracle remedy that replaces 5-6 pharmaceutical preparations! Always carry tea tree essential oil with you - it can also come in handy in many situations: anoint an insect bite as an antiseptic, treat a pimple. It is also better to take plasters and a bandage in case of injuries with you so as not to run around looking for a pharmacy if an injury occurs.

Where we are going

When it comes to choosing a place to stay, it all depends on your personal preferences and budget. Abroad (in Europe and "civilized" Asia) most places are child-friendly. It is better to ask about the availability of a baby cot in case you need it in advance. I also try not to book rooms overlooking the pool - almost always in the evenings and at night noisy companies like to gather near them. The same is true with the venues where the animators hold shows - if you don’t want problems with the regime, you should ask for a room with windows overlooking the quiet side. By the way, a funny case - before the first joint trip to the sea, I chose for a long time: a pebble or sandy beach? It seemed that with an 11-month-old baby, sand was needed - it was uncomfortable on pebbles. Relaxing on the sandy beach was wonderful. But when we rested on a pebble beach in Sochi after 2.5 months, I realized that my son likes this option more! He could play with the stones for hours, and I could relax a little and rest in my own, and not just his, pleasure.

Tips from LookBio-mums

Tatiana Lebedeva, Editor-in-Chief of LookBio

  • To prevent your child from getting stuffy ears during takeoff and landing on an airplane, have water or juice at hand - not every child can “swallow”, but take a sip of liquid - each. A nipple or a magical mother's breast will help the baby completely if the child is breastfed. Hold your baby to your chest during takeoff and landing.
  • For younger babies who are not yet eating morsels and are in the weaning phase, it is very convenient to take canned food and your baby's favorite spoon with you on the road. For the most demanding moms, there are options for organic baby food in jars with the appropriate labels.

  • We don't forget to change clothes for the child on the plane — even adults and neat children will definitely spill something on themselves.
  • Antibacterial products and wipes should be with you on the road and throughout your vacation.
  • Aloe vera gel is my all-in-one travel tool. Moisturizes, soothes and softens the skin after sunburn, it is effective for burns, cuts, insect bites.
  • If the mother and child have different surnames and they go through border control without the father, then it is obligatory to have a birth certificate with them.
  • If you are going to Southeast Asia, then it is better to take canned baby food and milk formula with you - it is unlikely that you will find pumpkin, broccoli and rabbit meat that are familiar to complementary foods on the spot.

Sveta Savelyeva, editor Mom, look! Bio!

  • If possible, choose a flight that is convenient for your regime - a flight at 5 am, of course, will be cheaper, but a regime failure can come back to haunt you in a taxi to the airport. For long-haul flights, a night flight is ideal - there is a chance that the whole family will be able to sleep.
  • In order not to get bored on the plane, put together a small backpack for the child, which he can carry on his own “like an adult”. Put in it 1-2 of your favorite toys and lots of new little things. Toys that the child has not seen before are more likely to have a good time on the plane. A small notepad, colored pencils, stickers, lacing, small figures - the main thing is new! And, of course, your favorite book - yes, the one that you have read together a hundred times already.
  • Please do not take musical toys on the plane.
  • Organic baby food jars are a convenient solution for a snack on the plane. For older children, it is worth considering the option of soft-packed fruit purees.
  • If you are flying to any unfamiliar place, and the child has not yet eaten from the common table, take with you the usual food for him at least for the few days that you need to get comfortable and understand where the nearest supermarket is.
  • A large first aid kit is the key to a healthy holiday. I always take those medicines from the home first aid kit that are regularly needed in everyday life. So that the first-aid kit does not take up half a suitcase, do not take full packages.
  • For traveling in a rented car during the hot season, take care of a special summer pad for the child seat in advance so that the child sweats less. Instead, you can take a regular cotton diaper.

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With my own eyes: a trip to HiPP

HiPP: the highest quality organic baby food

From 4 to 6 months

Breast milk is the best food for your baby.
It is very important that the baby consumes breast milk for as long as possible.

The right age to start complementary foods

It is recommended to start introducing complementary foods into the baby's diet no earlier than 4 months, but no later than 6 months*. At this age, the baby is in the active phase of development and reacts with curiosity to everything new! Some babies at 4 to 5 months of age can no longer satisfy their appetite with breast milk alone and need complementary foods for healthy growth. Other children have enough breast milk, and they are ready for the introduction of complementary foods only after 6 months. The decision to start complementary foods should always be made according to your baby's development. Do you feel like your baby is not getting enough breast milk? Does your baby hold his head on his own, show interest in new foods or a spoon? Then it's time to start feeding. If in doubt, consult your pediatrician.

If your baby spits out the first spoonfuls of puree, be patient. After all, he must first learn to swallow it. Start with a few scoops and give your child time to get used to the new form of feeding.

*Recommendation of the Nutrition Committee of the European Society of Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition (ESPGHAN)

Why is complementary foods important for the baby?

After 4-6 months of life, mother's milk or milk formula alone is not enough to supply the child's body with all the nutrients and energy it needs. In addition, the transition to solid food trains the muscles of the mouth. And finally, with the introduction of complementary foods, the child will get acquainted with the variety of taste directions, which is also important for his development.

When to start complementary foods?

Gradually replace one breastfeed with complementary foods. First for lunch, then for dinner and finally for lunch. The mouse eats breakfast with the usual dairy food.

Starting complementary foods with HiPP products is easy. The first spoonfuls will be vegetable or fruit purees HiPP:

First step: lunch

We recommend that you start complementary foods at lunchtime with HiPP vegetable puree (for example, "Zucchini. My first puree", "Cauliflower. My first puree" or "Broccoli .My first puree"). Then, for satiety, feed your baby as always: breast or bottle. The amount of vegetable puree can be increased daily by 1 spoon. Be patient if your baby does not immediately love vegetables. Try repeating the vegetable puree in the following days. Next week, you can expand your diet with other varieties of HiPP vegetables (for example, "Carrots. My first puree" or "Potatoes. My first puree").

If your baby tolerates vegetables well, in the third week you can introduce cereal porridge into the diet, and as a dessert, offer a few spoons of fruit puree enriched with vitamin C. Vitamin C helps to better absorb iron in the body.

Once your baby starts eating a whole serving of mashed potatoes for lunch, you can eliminate breast milk or formula during that meal.

Tip: Reheat as much puree as needed for feeding. Store leftover puree in a sealed jar in the refrigerator. Use the contents of the opened jar within a day.

Important! If you are using a microwave, please remove the lid before reheating the puree. Stir after heating. To prevent damage to the jar, please use only a plastic spoon. Always check food temperature before feeding.

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