The article leaves many questions to us parents. The picture looks a lot like the gerber containers and there is a link about gerber recall in 2016. (I don't think that is reverent now, am I wrong?) But the article says that all tested past gov standards. For us with babies in the in between stages of only breast milk/formula and table food, what is the alternative? Making our own? Is there any vitamins or minerals we lose doing such. I guess long story short the article really doesn't say anything from my interpretation. More in site would be appreciated.
All good questions! The article does reference that " parents should talk with their child’s pediatrician about ways to reduce lead exposure, and should contact makers of their favorite food brands to ask whether the company regularly tests for lead and ensures that levels remain below 1 ppb". If you have specific questions about your baby's nutritional needs, please be sure to contact your child's pediatric provider. In general, Annapolis Pediatrics recommends the website Healthy Children as a good online resource for parents...they have a specific ages and stages section and include information on nutrition and feeding (www.healthychildren.org/English/ages-stages/baby/feeding-nutrition/Pages/default.aspx ) Hope that helps!