Baby food is an invented category that has been filled with pre-packaged purees that sometimes contain up to 30 grams of sugar per serving since the late 1920s, which set children’s palates to prefer sweet flavors, according to Tiny Organics’ cofounder Betsy Fore. Read more.
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