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A congressional report said popular baby food brands sell foods with heavy metals, like arsenic and lead. So is homemade the only way to go?
A congressional investigation found that numerous products contain "toxic levels" of heavy metals.
Your baby’s fruits and veggie purees have serious roots. Here, a Gerber procurement specialist shares the farm to high chair journey for your baby’s food.
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The urgency follows a study finding that 95% of baby food products tested contained lead, arsenic, mercury or cadmium.
Many recipes exceed the calorie recommendations for young kids.