Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Plum Organics - The Full Effect and Mother's Day!

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Moms, we wanted to let you know about Plum Organic's - The Full Effect and information on how you can make a difference to help provide healthy REAL food to nourish little ones!



On Mother’s Day we honor the amazing role moms play every day in the lives of their children.  The desire to nurture her little one into her full potential is a universal wish every mom has for her child.  However, for some parents, this wish is a hard one to make a reality. Here in the US, one in five children are food insecure, meaning they're not getting the proper nutrients they need to grow and thrive - that’s 16 million children who go without adequate meals every day.

Getting Involved! 

Beginning April 29th through Mother’s Day, May 12th, consumers can help give the gift of good nutrition to a baby/mother in need: 10% of any purchase they make of Plum products on Diapers.com will go directly to the making and donating of more Super Smoothies, above and beyond the initial half a million commitment Plum announced earlier this month.

Plum Organics, the leading organic baby food company, has created The Full Effect™, a social impact program focused on nourishing babies and toddlers in need here in the US.  Plum launched the program with a baseline commitment to donate 500,000 essential nutrition pouches to babies and toddlers in need in the US. Named the Super Smoothie for its unique blend of nutrients tailored to the nutritional deficits found in food insecure little ones, each pouch provides Vitamins A, C, D,E, Calcium, protein, fiber and Omega-3’s. The donations from the Diapers.com purchases will go to fund additional Super Smoothies, above and beyond the initial half a million commitment.
  

Information and pictures courtesy of Plum Organics.  This is not a paid or sponosored post.  We are huge fans of Plum Organic and purchase them weekly! 

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