Friday, July 31, 2015

Target's Made To Matter - Moving Toward Sustainable & Organic Living! #MadeToMatter #spon

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We are so very pleased to partner with Target and Stonyfield, introducing Made To Matter!

As if you needed more reasons to love Target - we have more!  Target Stores are working toward getting toxic foods and products out and bring in more organic, non-GMO and sustainable companies!  

Target Simply Rocks.  


Stonyfield Organics is part of Target's Made To Matter and Stonyfield's Super Grains and Super Seeds Yogurts can be found in the cooler at your local Target!

Some Made To Matter companies that can now be found at Target-

Target's Simply Balanced Organic Line
Justin's Nut Butters
Seventh Generation Paper, Cleaners and Baby Products
Happy Family Baby Foods
Suja Juice (have you had these? Get one!)
Annie's Homegrown Foods
Babyganics
Ben & Jerry's (Non-GMO!)
Casacadian Farm Organics
Ella's Kitchen Baby Foods
Hyland's 
Method Cleaners
Plum Organics
Yes To (soaps and beauty line)
Soma Water Filters 
Zarbee's Naturals
Mrs. Meyer's Clean Day
Senda Athletics (I have not bought this brand yet)
Freshpet
EcoScraps

Some healthy brands that we also love that are available at Target are
Dr. Bronners
Acure Organics
Honest Co - baby and cleaning products
Natures Path and Enviro Kids Cereals

Moms Matter.  Kids Matter.

Health Matters.

Thank you, Target!  

This is a sponsored post with Target and Stonyfield. Opinions are my own.  I am a huge fan of Target for moving toward these healthier options for moms!  Go Target and Yay Stonyfield!

3 comments:

Dianne Messina said...

It's so nice to see Target recognizing the move to better foods. Finally, we can get a better selection and price for the foods we like.

Mark Sindone said...

I have a guilty confession. I keep some of those baby organic puffs in my snack drawer in my office in the Inner West. Baby food is surprisingly yummy!

Mark Sindone said...

I have a guilty confession. I keep some of those baby organic puffs in my snack drawer in my office in the Inner West.