Excellent source of iron, zinc & six B vitamins. USDA organic. No trans fat. Healthy habits for life - a great start to a lifetime of good health. Let's make a great start to a lifetime of good health! Check out the Earth's Best Difference: Organic ingredients grown in soil
Excellent source of iron, zinc & six B vitamins. USDA organic. No trans fat. Healthy habits for life - a great start to a lifetime of good health. Let's make a great start to a lifetime of good health! Check out the Earth's Best Difference: Organic ingredients grown in soil without potentially harmful pesticides; No artificial flavors, colors or preservatives; No genetically engineered ingredients; No hydrogenated oils - no trans fats; Iron to help transport oxygen throughout your body; Zinc to boost your body's ability to fight infection; B vitamins to unlock energy in carbohydrates. Organic Letter of the Day Cookies are a nutritious and great tasting way for kids to learn their ABC's. Tremendous in taste and bursting with vanilla, these cookies are sure to be a big hit with the entire family. Play the healthy foods name game! Get silly and make up some fun healthy food names that start with the letter on the cookie. C is for crazy carrots. Did you know? These cookies have B vitamins! Teach your child about how B vitamins give the body lots of energy to move. What are some other ways to get your body moving? Help your child make healthy habits an important and fun part of every day life! Tips for Raising Happy Healthy Children: Start Early: Offer healthy foods like fruits, vegetables, and whole grain snacks at a young age. Your children's eating habits are formed early in life and will remain with them as they get older. Be a Role Model: Children imitate what adults do so if they see you making healthy choices for meals and snacks, they'll be more likely to choose healthy foods too. Be Patient - Keep Trying: If your child is a picky eater, don't be discouraged and remain positive, supportive, and persistent. Children can learn to like new healthy foods but it may take eight to ten tries. Just offer new foods often in small amounts and present them in fun, colorful, and creative ways. Stay Physically Active Together: Set aside some time each day to move and play with your children. Dance to music together! Do jumping jacks! Take a family walk! Move and groove like a favorite animal! Preschool-aged children need at least an hour of physical activity (structured or free play) each day. Certified organic by Oregon Tilth.
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