Nature's promise baby food

EWG's Food Scores | Nature's Promise Organic Baby Food, Apple Blueberry

EWG Overall Score Breakdown

The product score is based on weighted scores for nutrition, ingredient and processing concerns. Generally, nutrition counts most, ingredient concerns next and degree of processing least. The weighted scores are added together to determine the final score.

Lower concern

Higher concern

Lower concern

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Considers calories, saturated fat, trans fat, sugar, sodium, protein, fiber and fruit, vegetable and nut content to differentiate between healthful and less healthful foods. For more information on nutrition concerns, read our full methodology.

The nutrition factors used for scoring Nature's Promise Organic Baby Food, Apple Blueberry

Positive factors

Fruit, vegetable, bean or nut content

Protein content

Fiber content

Omega-3 fatty acids

Negative factors

Calorie density

Sugar/low-calorie sweetener content

Sodium content

Saturated fat content

Trans fat content

Considers food additives, pesticides, hormones, antibiotics and contaminants like mercury and BPA, which can affect human health and the environment. For more information on ingredient concerns, read methodology.

Certified organic product []

No ingredient concerns identified for this product []

Estimates how much the food has been processed. Considers many factors, chief among them, modification of individual ingredients from whole foods and number of artificial ingredients. For more information on processing concerns, read our full methodology.

Product has been classified as having no processing concerns

Products with no processing concerns identified are generally whole foods without additives.

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0. 0 0.0 % Total Fat 0 g
0.0 0.0 % Protein 0 g


Trans Fat 0.0g
% Sodium 0 mg
Added Sugar Ingredients: none listed


Vitamin D (no value on present label)
2.0 2.0 % Calcium
0.0 0.0 % Iron
Potassium (no value on present label)

† Institute of Medicine. 2010. "Dietary Reference Intakes Tables and Application." Accessed April 8, 2014: link

Nature's Promise Baby Food, Organic, Carrot, 2 (6+ Months) (4 oz) Delivery or Pickup Near Me

It's simple. Using the Instacart app or website, shop for products from your store of choice near you. Once you place your order, Instacart will connect you with a personal shopper in your area to shop and deliver your order. Contactless delivery is available with our "Leave at my door" option. You can track your order's progress and communicate with your shopper every step of the way using the Instacart app or website.

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Using the Instacart app or website, select a store of your choice near you that offers pickup, select Pickup, and then select your preferred pickup location from which you'd like to place your order.

Then, when you arrive at the store of your choice, use the Instacart app to notify us. Depending on the store, a shopper or store employee will bring the groceries to your car, or you can pick them up at the designated area.

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Here's a breakdown of Instacart delivery cost:

- Delivery fees start at $3. 99 for same-day orders over $35. Fees vary for one-hour deliveries, club store deliveries, and deliveries under $35.
- Service fees vary and are subject to change based on factors like location and the number and types of items in your cart. Orders containing alcohol have a separate service fee.
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With an optional Instacart+ membership, you can get $0 delivery fee on every order over $35 and lower service fees too.

Instacart pickup cost:
- There may be a "pickup fee" (equivalent to a delivery fee for pickup orders) on your pick up order that is typically $1.99 for non-Instacart+ members. Instacart+ membership waives this like it would a delivery fee.
- Pick up orders have no service fees, regardless of non-Instacart+ or Instacart+ membership.

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You can set item and delivery instructions in advance, as well as chat directly with your shopper while they shop and deliver your items. You can tell the shopper to:

- Find Best Match: By default, your shopper will use their best judgement to pick a replacement for your item.
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Yes, Nature's Promise Baby Food, Organic, Carrot, 2 (6+ Months) is gluten-free.

Nature's Promise Baby Food, Organic, Carrot, 2 (6+ Months) has 35.0 calories.

Nature's Promise Baby Food, Organic, Carrot, 2 (6+ Months) has 8. 0 carbs.

Nature's Promise Baby Food, Organic, Carrot, 2 (6+ Months) has 0.0 grams of sugar.

Nature's Promise Baby Food, Organic, Carrot, 2 (6+ Months) has 0.0 grams of fat.

Nature's Promise Baby Food, Organic, Carrot, 2 (6+ Months) has 65.0 grams of sodium.

features of the production of organic baby food

From the first days of a child's life, every mother takes care of his health and proper development. Many young mothers are interested in the question of what is the best way to feed a baby and whether it is possible to buy really healthy baby food.

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Lena Titok went to a farm that produces HiPP baby food to see bio-farming in action with her own eyes.

Kaliningrad welcomes us with bright sun and summer heat. Having plunged into a minibus, we are heading for the city of Mamonovo - at the very border with Poland. It is here that the HiPP baby food factory is located.

As we will learn later, not the only one: HiPP products, in addition to Russia, are also produced in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Croatia and Hungary. The plant in the Kaliningrad region was opened in 2009. It is located on an area of ​​35 hectares, far from highways and hazardous industries. This is the first bioorganic production in Russia.

The plant produces fruit, vegetable and meat purees in glass jars, as well as juices - more than a hundred items in total. About 50 million cans a year come off the conveyor, and this is when working in one shift!

After a short presentation and a tour of the factory, during which we are shown the entire production process, we go to the quality control laboratory. Here they check not only the taste of the product and its appearance, but also compliance with high bio-standards. The laboratory even has a special apparatus for measuring the effort required to open a jar! At HiPP, they make sure that the mother can easily handle the packaging, even holding the baby in her arms.

Next, we are offered to try the plant's products ourselves. Dozens of jars appear in front of us - a real feast. Meat, vegetable, fruit... the variety of tastes will not leave indifferent even the most capricious gourmet. At some point, I catch myself thinking that I don’t mind switching to baby food instead of a traditional lunch: fast, healthy and very tasty.

But the most interesting is ahead of us. Two hours on the road - and we are at the bio-farm in Podagi.

The farm, owned by the Hipp family, is located in Poland, 80 kilometers from Gdansk. Potatoes, carrots, wheat, rye, oats and spelt are grown on an area of ​​2,000 hectares. In addition, 1,000 Agnus cows and 600 black-headed sheep graze freely here. Surprisingly, it is a fact: no chemicals and harmful technologies are used here for plants - only organic fertilizers. Animals eat only fresh grass and spend most of the year outdoors. And the air here is really fresh: you understand this from the first minutes of your stay. The trees near the house where we are to spend the next night were chosen by storks. Frogs are croaking in a nearby pond. It smells of cut hay and lindens.

The owner of the farm, Stefan Hipp, is a true bio-farming guru. He knows everything about the benefits of earthworms, the properties of clover necessary to saturate the soil with nitrogen, and the mutual benefits that onions and carrots planted side by side bring to each other. And he just loves nature.

Hipp has a rich and interesting history. The first baby food of this brand appeared in the 19th century. The wife of pastry chef Josef Hipp from the German town of Pfaffenhofen had problems feeding her children. Josef, who produced his own flour and crackers, decided to help his wife: he prepared a mixture of crushed crackers and milk, which the children really liked. Thus, the idea arose to sell natural treats for kids in their own confectionery. And at 19In 32, Josef's son, Georg, founded his own production of baby food under the HiPP brand. Gradually, this name turned into a brand recognizable all over the world.

HiPP products are marketed under its own BIO label and contain organic ingredients. Thanks to multi-stage control, only really high-quality and environmentally friendly ingredients get into baby food jars. In 1956, Georg Hipp was inspired by the idea of ​​organic farming and switched the family farm in Germany to organic production. Georg's son, Klaus, continued his father's work: he refused to use chemicals and artificial additives in the products he makes. Klaus explains his success very simply - the high quality of HiPP products. And he adds: "For this I vouch for my name. "

The ideology of the Hipp family is simple and clear: you cannot raise a healthy child without taking care of the environment. HiPP's motto is "The Best of Nature, the Best of Nature". And the farm in Podagi is a perfect example of the implementation of this principle. Its inhabitants live in amazing harmony with the environment, interference with the life of nature is minimal here. A few years ago, a puddle formed in one of the fields on the farm. The owners of any traditional farm would diligently fill it in to save the land. But on the organic farm, they made a different decision: they left the puddle alone. A year later, it turned into a small lake, around which its own eco-system arose. New plants appeared here, birds and animals settled. The natural balance was not disturbed. At the same time, the amount of the crop did not suffer at all.

On a farm in Podagy, you understand that tasty and healthy products can be obtained without causing any harm to the environment. And it is not at all necessary to use chemicals and fertilizers to grow potatoes or carrots. We just need to competently use the resources that nature itself gives us: wind, sun, water. It is no coincidence that our ancestors fed 15 people from one hectare of land, while we feed only one. So we, the people of the 21st century, still have a lot to learn.

Text and photo: Lena Titok

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Everything we love grows in the Gardens of the Don. As part of this project, we filmed 25 stories - briefly, to the point, through the mouths of our employees. After looking at them, you will learn a little more about the company and perhaps fall in love with Sady Pridonya as much as we do.

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Sady Pridonya is the leading enterprise of the Russian agro-industrial complex, specializing in the cultivation and processing of fruits and vegetables, the production of juices and baby food, alternative dairy products (Dairy Alternatives category). We strive to provide consumers of all ages with healthy, affordable and safe food products.

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In our company, all production processes are combined into a single technological chain: agricultural production - processing - production of finished products and its sale. A closed production cycle - "from seed to finished product" allows you to control quality at all stages of production without exception, as well as manage the cost of production.

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Sady Pridonya is the leading enterprise of the Russian agro-industrial complex, specializing in the cultivation and processing of fruits and vegetables, the production of juices and baby food, alternative dairy products (Dairy Alternatives category). We strive to provide consumers of all ages with healthy, affordable and safe food products.

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