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Happy Bellies Organic Brown Rice Cereal - 7 oz


At Happy Family we are dedicated to providing babies, toddlers and kids with the healthiest start to life.

Our Happy Bellies are the ideal first solid foods for your baby. They are the first baby cereals with prebiotic + probiotic immune support and the only organic cereal with vegan and non-GMO DHA & choline for healthy brain and eye development. We use all natural and organic ingredients to start your baby off right.

  • Certified organic, non-GMO ingredients
  • No added sugar, preservatives, flavors or colors
  • DHA + choline for healthy eye & brain development
  • Pre- and pro-biotics for immunity support
  • No soy or dairy
  • BPA-free packaging

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Happy Baby happy bellies Baby Cereal - Multigrain - 7 oz

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Happy Babyhappy bellies Multigrain Cereal
 
4.6

(based on 77 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (61)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (8)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (4)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (2)

93%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to prepare (58)
  • Easy to use (51)
  • Tasty (48)
  • Keeps well (44)
  • Organic (3)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Infants (48)
    • Meals (33)
    • Toddler (7)
    • Newborns (4)
    • Everyday (3)
      • Reviewer Profile:
      • First time parent (50), Parent of two or more children (20), Medical professional (4), Parent of multiples (twins etc) (3)

    Reviewed by 77 customers

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    5.0

    Best baby cereal

    By 2boys

    from Bellingham, WA

    About Me Parent of Two or More Children

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Easy To Prepare
    • Easy to Use
    • Tasty

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Infants

      Comments about happy bellies Multigrain Cereal:

      I have a 3 year old and 6 month old. Both boys love this cereal. This cereal has more fiber than rice cereal so it helps with constipation when babies are first introduced to cereal.

      (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      1.0

      Terrible smelling, grainy cereal

      By Not happy with happybellies

      from Oregon

      About Me First Time Parent

      Pros

        Cons

        • Bad Taste

        Best Uses

          Comments about Happy Baby happy bellies Multigrain Cereal:

          I bought this cereal for all the good things that the company says and the good reviews, ignoring the bad reviews, boy was I wrong.

          I was very excited to give my baby his first cereal, just to open the can and notice it smelled terrible. It smelled fishy and oily, like expired oil. Looking inside it's also half empty. I researched online, I'm not the only one. Clearly there's something wrong with this product. I wouldn't eat this myself, there's no way I'm feeding this to my baby. I bought 3 cans 3 months ago, they expire on April 2014, almost 1 year and 8 months from today and they are all bad.

          (32 of 33 customers found this review helpful)

           
          3.0

          Read and research first

          By Matty's mom

          from Torrance, CA

          About Me First Time Parent

          Pros

          • Easy To Prepare
          • Easy to Use

          Cons

          • NONE

          Best Uses

          • Infants
          • Meals

          Comments about Happy Baby happy bellies Multigrain Cereal:

          I thought i was giving my son the best milk and cereals until i came across with this website. http://livingmaxwell.com/organic-food-dha-ara

          Here is whats written in the article:

          Earlier this year, I wrote a post about DHA (Docosahexaenoic acid), an unapproved additive in certain organic foods and organic milk.

          Companies were adding DHA and ARA (Arachidonic acid) into their products because they are omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, respectively, and also provide a unique marketing angle. (A majority of the organic food companies are sourcing their DHA and ARA from Martek Bioscienes Corporation.)

          This is all fine and good except for the fact that Martek's DHA and ARA are synthetic and something antithetic to everything that certified organic stands for.

          At the recent USDA/National Organic Standards Board meeting in Savannah, Georgia, the issue of DHA and ARA was discussed and voted on. Needless to say, the decision was a big loss for organic consumers.

          The National Organic Standards Board decided that DHA and ARA would be allowed in certified organic products but that no hexane could be used in the processing of these additives. Hexane is a neurotoxin, a by-product of gasoline in petroleum and is considered a hazardous air pollutant by the EPA.

          There are two problems here.

          1) Even though hexane is no longer permitted, the ruling did not specify that other "synthetic solvents", which have the potential to be more dangerous, could not be used in the processing of DHA or ARA.

          2) The Organic Consumers Association is reporting that Martek's DHA and ARA still do not meet the standards of certified organic. Why?

          A detailed review of Martek's patents reveal that the company is:

          *** Using genetic-modification in the manufacturing process for DHA –> something not allowed under USDA certified organic regulations.

          *** Using genetically-modified corn in the manufacturing process for DHA –> something not allowed under USDA certified organic regulations.

          It is an understatement to say that this situation is appalling.

          WHAT TO DO

          Without a question, I am avoiding all certified organic products that use added DHA or ARA.

          As I mentioned in my previous post about this subject, The Cornucopia Institute provided a list of some products that contain Martek's DHA or ARA. They are:

          For Children and Adults

          Wegman's Organic Yogurt (Fruit on the Bottom Super Yogurt)
          Horizon Organic Milk
          Stremicks Heritage Foods Organic Milk
          ZenSoy Soy on the Go

          Baby Food (select products contain Martek's DHA)

          Happy Bellies
          Tasty Baby Organic Infant Cereal

          Infant Formula (all organic infant formula products contain Martek's DHA, with the exception of Baby's Only Organic Toddler Formula)

          Bright Beginnings Organic
          Earth's Best Organic
          Parent's Choice Organic
          Similac Organic
          Vermont Organics



          If you know anyone who has infants or babies, please forward this post to them. It is ESSENTIAL that they are not feeding their children anything that contains questionable ingredients.

          Unfortunately in this case, the National Organic Standards Board has been influenced by big corporations and is not doing enough to protect organic consumers.

          (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

           
          4.0

          Highly Recommended

          By lovingmiles

          from Somerville, NJ

          About Me First Time Parent

          Pros

          • Easy To Prepare
          • Easy to Use

          Cons

          • Wish it had more in a can

          Best Uses

            Comments about Happy Baby happy bellies Multigrain Cereal:

            My little one had a hard time going but once we started him on this oatmeal, he is back to having regular movements on a daily basis and without any discomfort. Highly recommend this product if your little one is constipated.

            (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

             
            3.0

            Disappointed in the Amount

            By Southern Mom

            from Virginia

            About Me First Time Parent

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Easy To Prepare
            • Easy to Use
            • Tasty

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Infants
              • Meals
              • Snacks
              • Toddlers

              Comments about happy bellies Multigrain Cereal:

              This is a good product, but I was VERY disappointed in the amount of cereal that's actually in the cannister. If you're into organics and don't mind the price, then be forewarned: you'll open up the cannister & see it's only 1/2 (if not even less) full.

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