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Happy Baby Organic Stage 3 Baby Food, Hearty Meals, Harvest Vegetables & Chicken with Quinoa, 4 oz (Pack of 16)

3.7 out of 5 stars 280 customer reviews
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About the Product
  • Formerly "Chick Chick"
  • 4g Protein
  • 25% Daily Value of Vitamin A
  • Certified Organic
  • Hearty combinations of protein, veggies, fruits & grains
  • Certified organic ingredients
  • Age 7 months & up
  • On-the-go pouch made without the use of BPA

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Product Description

Flavor: Harvest Vegetables & Chicken with Quinoa | Size: 4-Ounce Pouches (Pack of 16)

At 7+ months, babies are ready for heartier fare and textures. Delight their budding palate with our globally inspired Hearty Meals, made with organic proteins, supergrains and vegetables for your growing gourmand.

Product Details

Flavor: Harvest Vegetables & Chicken with Quinoa | Size: 4-Ounce Pouches (Pack of 16)
  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 8.5 x 6 inches ; 4.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B0030VJ8YU
  • UPC: 852697001415 052697001419
  • Item model number: 00141
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (280 customer reviews)

From the Manufacturer

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Important Information

Ingredients

Organic sweet potato, water necessary for cooking, organic chicken, organic brown rice pasta.

Directions

Happy Baby Organic Baby Food Stage 3 Chick Chick Directions <br>Though not necessary, if you prefer to warm baby's food, place pouch in a bowl of hot water until desired temperature is reached. <br> Supplement Facts <br>Servings Per Container: 1 <table Border="1" cellSpacing="0" cellpadding="1"> <tbody><tr><td></TD><td>Amt Per Serving</TD><td>% Daily Value</TD></TR> <tr><td></TD></TR> <tr>

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Flavor Name: Harvest Vegetables & Chicken with QuinoaSize: 4-Ounce Pouches (Pack of 16)
I give props to any mom, especially one that holds down a full time job or two, that can puree and strain her own food. If that's you, hat's off. You're my hero. I'm no superhero, so my goal was to find the best quality, best tasting food with minimal processing. Let's face it, there are plenty of organic options out there. And these days, I think most of them are good. The little man likes the Gerber organics fruits. They're easy to find and inexpensive. But hands down, the Happy Baby products are the best quality, best tasting (in my opinion) and most convenient of them all. The pouches are great, especially for when we're on the go. We can eat the fruit varieties without even putting on a bib. The Chick Chick is the man's favorite (bib required). The negative is that they're about twice the price of the Gerber fruits and meats. So if you're on a budget, this may be a bit of a stretch. Nonetheless, keep some pouches around for when you travel. Baby will love them!
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Flavor Name: Harvest Vegetables & Chicken with QuinoaSize: 4-Ounce Pouches (Pack of 16) Verified Purchase
My daughter absolutely used to love the original version of the Chick Chick baby food (with Chicken, Sweet Potatoes, and Brown Rice). Unfortunately, the recipe has apparently just been updated (though not reflected on Amazon's page as of 2/24/2012) to include totally different ingredients (except for the chicken). Now my daughter absolutely refuses to eat this product. The consistency and flavor seem to have drastically changed. Hopefully your child will enjoy the new blend, but I wanted to provide a warning for those of you that may have tried the other version...
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Hi there,

Thanks for posting. As a note, we recently introduced a new Hearty Meals spouted pouch called Cluck Cluck which uses the old Chick Chick recipe that many customers loved. You can find it available here on Amazon!

Please don't hesitate to be in touch at parents@happyfamilybrands.com if you have any additional questions.

All the best,
Natalya W
Customer Communications Associate
natalya@happyfamilybrands.com
The manufacturer commented on the review below
Flavor Name: Super Salmon & Vegetables with QuinoaSize: 4-Ounce Pouches (Pack of 16) Verified Purchase
I was hoping that the new recipe would include more protein/fat than the original, since in my opinion, the protein/essential fatty acids that are abundant in salmon are the best reasons to feed it to a baby. Well, I should have taken the time to research the nutritional info before purchasing, because this item actually contains less of both. If you can manage to get your baby to eat an entire pouch of this, he/she will get a mere 1 gram of protein (or 6% of the RDA for a baby), .5 grams of fat, and 50 calories.

That makes this a nutrient poor food. And HappyBaby an extremely irresponsible company.
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Hi there,

Thanks so much for posting. While a number of consumers loved our old formulations, we also had a large quantity of complaints, which is why we worked to develop new formulations that would appeal to more people. I completely understand your point of view, however, and really appreciate that you took the time to write. I will absolutely pass your feedback on to our Product Development team as they continue to optimize this and other products, and develop new ones.

Our apologies for any confusion these different packaging images may have caused you. Unfortunately, we are not able to change the posted images ourselves, we must go through our resellers. The second back of pouch image (third image posted) is the current formulation for the Super Salmon pouch. You can always refer to our website for the most current nutrition and ingredients information or contact us at parents@happyfamilybrands.com.

All the best,
Natalya W
Customer Communications Associate
natalya@happyfamilybrands.com
Happy Family
The manufacturer commented on the review below
Flavor Name: Harvest Vegetables & Chicken with QuinoaSize: 4-Ounce Pouches (Pack of 16) Verified Purchase
Why, why, why did they change the formula?? Our twins loved this. Now just like gobble gobble, they wont take it.

Company's website with the old and new formula: [..]

Only guess is that sweet potato is much more expensive than corn (both the top ingredients).

Wrote to happybaby to tell them how disappointed we are
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Hi there,

Thanks so much for posting. While a number of consumers loved our old formulations, we also had a large quantity of complaints, which is why we worked to develop new formulations that would appeal to more people. I completely understand your point of view, however, and really appreciate that you took the time to write. I will absolutely pass your feedback on to our Product Development team as they continue to optimize this and other products, and develop new ones.

All the best,
Natalya W
Customer Communications Associate
natalya@happyfamilybrands.com
Happy Family
Flavor Name: Harvest Vegetables & Chicken with QuinoaSize: 4-Ounce Pouches (Pack of 16)
My son used to love the Chick Chick, Gobble Gobble, and Super Salmon. But they changed the recipe, and now it's more corn than anything else. Taste is bad too. Nutrition value is lower. He doesn't like it, and neither do I. I am totally pissed.
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Flavor Name: Vegetables & Beef Medley with QuinoaSize: 4-Ounce Pouches (Pack of 16)
I gave this flavor to my 6 month old son but he did not like it so I tried to blend it, but still no luck. It does have very strong taste especially for babies who had only veggie and fruit blends. So I mixed the blended beef stew with green beans ( 1,5 oz of beef stew with 3,5oz green beans ) and my baby ate it all no problem. I just think since he did not have any flavor like that before ( tomato, beef, spices ) he just need to get used to the flavor. Sweet peas works too and takes away that sharp tomato taste. I will keep adding less of the veggie blends and I bet he will get used to the taste in no time. So do not give up if your baby doesn't like it right away. I bet you as adults also had some meals first time and did not love it and now are enjoying them ( sushi, oysters..... ) so let your little one get used to new flavor.
My son loved Chick chick and Super salmon right away but I think it is because he had sweet potato and carrots before so he was used to the flavor already.

UPDATE: one week later I have split the packet in two containers and added 1oz. sweet peas and 1oz. carrots, and my baby ate it no problem, likes it a lot when warmed up.
Week after that I just warmed up the packet and my son ate it no problem, loved it as much as chick chick or super salmon.
So if you did not have luck first time do not give up, it took couple tries for us and now he loves it.
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Flavor Name: Harvest Vegetables & Chicken with QuinoaSize: 4-Ounce Pouches (Pack of 16)
My little one loves this line of food, and I love how convenient they are! We traveled to Europe for two weeks and packed a ton of these for the trip. They survived several planes, buses, and boats. Easy, convenient, and healthy... what's not to love?
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Flavor Name: Amaranth & Quinoa Ratatouille with BasilSize: 4-Ounce Pouches (Pack of 16) Verified Purchase
My twin boys have loved this product - they gobbled it up. And as a mom, I loved it because it was very tasty and unique. But also because it used a lot of veggies that my boys don't often get in their diet, like peppers and eggplant. Since I last bought this product on Amazon the entire recipe has changed and there is no indication of such in the Amazon description. It now is almost all carrots (something that my boys eat constantly) and quinoa. No eggplant. Only red peppers as one of the last ingredients. And amaranth, for which it is named, went from ingredient number two, to the end of the ingredient list just above the spices. It is not nearly as tasty in my opinion, either. It looks and tastes a lot more like the Super Salmon.To be honest, this is just an entirely different product. My boys still eat it, but I was disappointed and might not buy it again.
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