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Happy Bellies Organic Baby Cereals with DHA Plus Pre and Probiotics, Multigrain, 7-Ounce Canisters (Pack of 6)


Flavor: Multigrain
Oatmeal
Brown Rice
Multigrain
Variety Pack
Size: 7-Ounce Canisters (Pack of 6)
7-Ounce Canisters (Pack of 6)
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  • Pack of six, 7-ounce containers
  • Organic multi-grain cereal
  • Enriched with DHA for brain and eye development, plus iron, vitamins, and minerals essential for the babies growth
  • It has probiotic protection to help strengthen your babies digestive system
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
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Happy Bellies Organic Baby Cereals with DHA Plus Pre and Probiotics, Multigrain, 7-Ounce Canisters (Pack of 6) + Gerber Baby Cereal DHA and Probiotic Rice, 8 Ounce (Pack of 6) + Earth's Best Organic Whole Grain Rice Cereal, 8 Ounce Box (Pack of 12)
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Important Information

Ingredients
Calories (60), Total Fat (1 g), Trans Fat, Sodium, Potassium (60 mg), Total Carbohydrate (10 mg), Dietary Fiber (1 g), Sugar (2 g), Protein (2 g, 9%), Vitamin C (10%), Iron (60%), Thiamin (15%), Niacin (20%), Folate (10%), Phosphorus (6%), Vitamin A, Calcium (10%), Vitamin E (10%), Riboflavin (20%), Vitamin B6 (10%), Vitamin B12 (15%), Zinc (10%)

Ingredients
Organic whole grains: organic whole oats, organic amaranth, organic quinoaEnzymes: alpha amylase Vitamins and minerals: ascorbic acid, calcium phosphate, calcium carbonate, reduced iron, alpha tocopheryl acetate, thiamine hydrochloride, riboflavin, niacinamide, pyridoxine hydrochloride, folic acid, cyanocobalamin, zinc oxideProbiotics: l. acidophilus, bifidislactis, l. bulgaricus, l. casei, streptococcus thermophilus, and l. rhamnosus

Directions
1) Pour desired amount of cereal into a bowl. 2) Add liquid of choice (breast milk, formula or water all work fine). 3) Mix until it's just the right thickness for baby. 4) Feed your baby right away. Throw away any leftovers.

For Baby's First Feeding
Use 4 Tablespoons of liquid for every 1 Tablespoon of dry cereal. Gradually increase serving size as baby grows.

Quick Tip
Add a cube of your baby's favorite Happybaby fresh frozen food (like Purer Pear) for even more flavor!

Heating Guide
1) Heat liquid of choice with a bottle warmer, or microwave on medium (50%) power for 15 to 30 seconds. 2) Mix thoroughly with cereal to even out temperature. 3) Test temperature before serving.

NOTE: Breast milk should not be microwaved, as it breaks down its composition.

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Product Description

Flavor: Multigrain | Size: 7-Ounce Canisters (Pack of 6)

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HAPPYBELLIES Organic Baby Cereal Organic MultigrainHAPPYBELLIES organic baby cereal, organic multigrain is perfect for babies who are ready to move beyond the rice cereal--it is healthy, delicious, and sure to please the palette. It is all organic with 100% natural ingredients, no pesticides, no chemical fertilizers, no genetic modifications, and no preservatives. Recommended by Dr. Bob Sears, this product is enriched with DHA for brain and eye development, plus iron, vitamins, and minerals that are essential for the baby’s growth. As an added extra, it has probiotic protection--good bacteria to help strengthen your baby’s digestive system and prevent food allergies. This cereal is completely vegan and contains no soy and dairy ingredients. This is sold in a pack of six 7-ounce containers.

HAPPYBABYAbout HAPPYBABY
A few short years ago, HAPPYBABY was the first premium baby brand to enter the market in five small stores in New York City--at a time when there were no home-style options for parents to feed their children. A lot has changed since then, and HAPPYBABY is now one of the leading premium brand of baby and toddler meals in the U.S.--sold in over five thousand stores with five different lines of optimally delicious organic foods for your growing family.

HAPPYBABY is committed to providing families with the healthiest, most optimal nutrition possible. Besides using the best organic ingredients, they also incorporate the best nature has to offer when it comes to added nutrition, such as the sustainable source of DHA, pre and probiotics, and supergrains like salba and quinoa. They have partnered with Dr. Sears, well known author and pediatrician to ensure the healthiest formulations possible for baby's growing body. They work hard every day to ensure that the foods are safe and of the highest quality, so you do not need to think about it! You can count on them to offer items without added sugar, trans fats, anything artificial, and always in the safest packaging.

HAPPYBABY makes the best-informed decisions about their foods, sourcing and packaging so that they make the very best for the world as well as your family. They are constantly making improvements to their offerings and trying vigorously to reduce their carbon footprint.


Product Description

Happy Bellies multi-grain combination is perfect for babies ready to move beyond rice cereal. They are enriched with amaranth and quinoa for additional nutrition. Happy Bellies Multi-grain Cereal is iron-fortified and provides essential vitamins and minerals a growing baby needs. All HAPPYBABY products are USDA-certified organic. It provides probiotic protection with good bacteria specially formulated to help strengthen your baby's digestive system which can protect against the development of allergies. They are enriched with DHA for eye and brain development, plus iron, vitamins and minerals essential to baby's health. It is 100% natural with no pesticides, no chemical fertilizers, no genetically engineered ingredients (GEIs).

Product Details

Flavor: Multigrain | Size: 7-Ounce Canisters (Pack of 6)
  • Product Dimensions: 4.7 x 4.1 x 4.1 inches ; 3.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000YSQ9GC
  • UPC: 852697001095
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (306 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,037 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

It smells like rancid oil.
B. MURRATTI
We've tried Earth's Best which she didn't like and Gerber which she didn't mind, but she absolutely loves this oatmeal cereal.
Amazon Customer
My baby loved the cereal and I feel good that he is getting nutritional organic foods.
rreeves

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

89 of 97 people found the following review helpful By NewMama on January 11, 2011
Flavor Name: OatmealSize Name: 7-Ounce Canisters (Pack of 6)
I am a new mom, and have heard amazing things about HappyBaby's Oatmeal. So, when I got on Amazon to purchase some I was surprised/concerned to see some of the negative reviews about off-coloring and bad smells. I wrote to the company to inquire about the issues people were mentioning, and I got a very good response, almost immediately, from the company. The Director of QA said that the problem was limited to one batch of oatmeal only and is no longer a problem. I thought other parents shopping on Amazon might find his response helpful:

"...this is not a food safety issue, so there's no need to worry. It is, however, an "off product" quality issue, and is caused by oxidation of the oils in the grain (oxidative rancidity), usually by the nitrogen flush we put into the can leaking out due to abuse, improper seaming, etc. The reaction (with oxygen) is a lot like leaving a peeled banana on the table too long...yucky, but not dangerous, so your child is not in any danger. The black flecks are oxidized pieces of the cereal bran, which are usually colourless.

Our June production lot was particularly susceptible to this, so we did two things. First, we strengthened the antioxidant portion of the formula (mixed tocopherols), and the problem literally went away. Secondly, we reached out to our warehouses and store shelves, and replaced as much of the June production lot as we could. However, given the size and complexity of the supply chain, it's nearly impossible to get a 100% catch here, so invariably, some cases stayed around. "

This response really impressed me and made me feel much more confident about purchasing HappyBaby products in the future. They acted quickly, and responded thoroughly and honestly to the issue. They truly seem committed to their mission of supplying customers with the highest quality ingredients...and customer service! I will for sure be buying more HappyBaby products in the future.
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257 of 321 people found the following review helpful By Concerned Parent on March 17, 2010
Flavor Name: Brown RiceSize Name: 7-Ounce Canisters (Pack of 6)
Parents, before buying this stuff, do quick Google search for The Cornucopia Institute's report entitled "Replacing Mother - Imitating Human Breast Milk in the Laboratory" or follow this link: [...]

This Happy Bellies rice cereal contains Martek Corporation's laboratory-produced oils containing DHA and ARA. As we all know by now, DHA and ARA are considered important nutrients for rapidly developing infants. But laboratory-produced DHASCO and ARASCO (Martek's names for their proprietary oils) are materially different from the fats found in a mother's breast milk. Martek's products are extracted from fermented algae and fungus, with the use of the synthetic solvent hexane, a neurotoxic chemical. They contain only 40 to 50% DHA and ARA, with the balance being sunflower oil, diglycerides, and nonsaponifiable materials.

These components are not found in human breast milk, and the triglycerides carrying DHA and ARA are not identical to
those found in human breast milk, and have never been part of the diet for human infants. Most frighteningly, neurotoxic chemicals -- which are NOT organic in any way -- are used to manufacture these oils. These oils are not organic, are not regulated or approved by the USDA or FDA, and are added in violation of federal organic regulation.

The authors of the report investigated how a toxic chemical is used as processing agents in the manufacturing process, the inadequate testing for safety, and most importantly, how some infants are experiencing serious adverse reactions from consuming formula and foods supplemented with these oils.

"This report presents a disturbing look at the addition of novel ingredients into infant formula," says Marsha Walker, Executive Director of the National Alliance for Breastfeeding Advocacy.
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The manufacturer commented on this review(What's this?)
April 14, 2013
Thank you for writing to us with your concerns. The DHA used in our Happy Bellies cereals is derived from algae. Fish get their high levels of DHA from eating algae, and fish- and algae-derived DHA are the richest sources of DHA. Although DHA is also found in walnuts, flax and canola oil, humans aren't very good at converting the oil from those sources into the DHA your body needs.

We source the DHA for our Happy Bellies cereals from a company called DSM. DSM manufacturers DHA from the algae Schizochytrium sp., which is not a genetically modified organism (GMO).

The DHA that we use is vegetarian and sustainable and produced, from start to finish, in an FDA-inspected facility with controls in place to ensure the highest quality. It is not processed or made with genetically-modified ingredients. Hexane is not used in any part of our DHA extraction process.

If you have any additional questions, please don't hesitate to get in touch with us at parents@happyfamilybrands.com.

All the best,
Natalya
Customer Communications Associate
Happy Family Brands
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By consumer on October 5, 2010
Flavor Name: OatmealSize Name: 7-Ounce Canisters (Pack of 6)
Last two purchases: the oatmeal was green and had a very peculiar taste to it. I am hoping the company checks their product more carefully as there have been many moms who have lost confidence in this product.
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31 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Emma on July 18, 2008
Flavor Name: Brown RiceSize Name: 7-Ounce Canisters (Pack of 6)
This was the first solid food I fed my then 4-month old baby and from the first time, he loved it. I initially mixed it with breast milk (1 tsp cereal and 4 tsp of breast milk for the first feeding, then less liquid to make it less messy to feed) but now, I mix it with some hot water or other food (vegetable or fruit purees). Whenever I introduce a new vegetable that I suspect my son might not like right away, I mix 1 tbsp or more of rice cereal and it usually works like a charm. Zucchini puree by itself = spit up. Zucchini puree mixed in with HappyBellies rice cereal = happy baby.
Granted that I haven't tried other brands, except for the Gerber Barley cereal, the line of HappyBellies cereals has been fantastic for us. My son loves it and he's never had any stomach problems since he's on it.
The empty containers can be recycled, or used as toys for your baby. I usually but a few (unbreakable) items inside. My son loves shaking it and playing drums on it.

I also love the convenience of Amazon shopping, especially since this brand can be sometime hard to find in stores.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Rachael P. on August 2, 2008
Flavor Name: Brown RiceSize Name: 7-Ounce Canisters (Pack of 6) Verified Purchase
No joke--this was the first solid food we gave our son and he went "hmm hmm" (yum yum). We now give this to him one or two times a day (he is 7 months now) and often mix it with apples, or pear, or other foods too. He really enjoys this and I like that it has probiotics. It does seem like a large amount of creal in one order, esp if you aren't sure if your child will like it. But if you plan to feed cereal to your baby while supplementing with other solid foods, I would say this is one of the best rice cereals available.
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