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US Sibling for Organic Baby

Press Release
Thursday 5th June, 2008

US Sibling for Organic Baby

Organic Baby, a New Zealand based web site has just launched a United States version of their popular Natural Parenting directory.

Organic Baby started in New Zealand three years ago, and parents in the United States have been especially enthusiastic about the web site.

The web site is rich in information and resources including articles, latest product scares, recipes and links to local organizations. And now Canadian and United States visitors can find local organic veggies and read about dangers lurking in their own neighbourhood.

“We are a huge fans of Organic Baby your site is very informative and provide us with wonderful knowledge about green & organic products safe for the earth & family under one roof…… we are always looking on your site for parenting information and products.” (Adam of Montoursville, PA)

Natural Parenting encompasses everything from what you eat during pregnancy, natural birth through to raising your child in a healthy eco-friendly environment.

The product finder directory allows parents to find just what they are looking for - whether organic baby food, clothing or non-toxic toys in the United States/Canada or New Zealand.


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