5 ways to Green Your Baby food
Commercial baby foods are often laced with pesticides, not to mention the mountains of waste from packaging, transportation, and disposal. Help your budding environmentalist start life off right with organic, homemade, and minimally packaged baby foods.
Organic food is better for your baby and the planet, as its made from chemical-free, naturally grown fruits and veggies.
This allows you to monitor the quality of what your baby eats and reduce the environmental damage associated with packaging, manufacture, and transportation of baby food.
Reusing your old baby food jars for home-made baby food, food storage, or home items is a great way to reduce waste. Recycling is best when reuse isn't an option.
Frozen baby food, often available in packages of six servings or more, uses less fossil fuel-intensive packaging and produces less waste.
Choose larger-sized pre-packaged baby food items to cut down on packaging waste associated with your little guy's diet.