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Puree pleasure to eat! OR What a pear! OR Peaches in a pouch

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This company’s commitment to good nutrition is really bearing fruit.

With Plum Organics, your little one can enjoy nutrient-rich baby and toddler food — from fruit purees to cereals to “training meals” — that are full of flavor, organic ingredients and served in resealable, bisphenol A (BPA)-free packaging. The “Just Line” of fruit purees for babies 4 to 6 months and older, features apples, mangos, bananas, peaches, pears or prunes — minus added juices, colors or flavors — in convenient portable pouches.

Want it for your own pantry? You can find the line at Whole Foods Market, Babies ‘R’ Us, Fairway, and more.

For info, visit www.plumorganics.com.

Updated 7:03 pm, October 28, 2016
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