Customer Review

Reviewed in the United States on November 29, 2017
Our 2 year old loves the pouches, but I came to find out 2 of the flavors may contain unsafe levels of heavy metals.

There are non-profit organizations that test baby food for safety, my wife wanted me to check out some of the foods we are buying for the kids. Most are fine, some are not.

I looked up all 4 pouch types on clean label project (that is the organization), I found this (attached screen capture for one of the bad ones) -

For the happy tot pouches, these tested fine:

- sweet potato, apple, carrot & cinnamon
- apple and butternut squash"

These two did NOT test safe - unsafe levels of Arsenic, Cadmium, Lead, and Mercury :

- green beans, pear & pea
- spinach, mango, pear

So, as far as I am concerned, half of the pouches are unsafe. I will have to buy them individually in the future.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Potentially unsafe levels of Heavy Metals (Arsenic, Cadmium, Lead, and Mercury):
By Ryan on November 29, 2017
Our 2 year old loves the pouches, but I came to find out 2 of the flavors may contain unsafe levels of heavy metals.

There are non-profit organizations that test baby food for safety, my wife wanted me to check out some of the foods we are buying for the kids. Most are fine, some are not.

I looked up all 4 pouch types on clean label project (that is the organization), I found this (attached screen capture for one of the bad ones) -

For the happy tot pouches, these tested fine:

- sweet potato, apple, carrot & cinnamon
- apple and butternut squash"

These two did NOT test safe - unsafe levels of Arsenic, Cadmium, Lead, and Mercury :

- green beans, pear & pea
- spinach, mango, pear

So, as far as I am concerned, half of the pouches are unsafe. I will have to buy them individually in the future.
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