Jennifer Garner Co-Founds Organic Company Once Upon a Farm: ‘I Am Passionate About Childhood Nutrition’

Actress, mom — and now nourishment ambassador!

Jennifer Garner is fasten adult as a co-founder of Once Upon a Farm — a association now charity a line of cold-pressed organic baby food and applesauce — who announced in a press release Monday that they would be expanding their code “to grow into new categories with a idea of providing as many children as probable with a best-tasting, many healthful and top peculiarity foods, regulating tolerable methods.”

“As a mom of three and Save a Children artist ambassador, we am ardent about childhood nourishment and creation certain we are withdrawal a healthier and happier universe for a subsequent generation,” Garner, 45, said.

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Adds a actress, who is mom to Samuel Garner, 5½, Seraphina Rose Elizabeth, 8½, and Violet Anne, 11, “Once Upon a Farm helps relatives keep their guarantee to broach a best nourishment for their children’s bodies and souls.”

Garner has teamed adult with co-founders Cassandra Curtis, Ari Raz and former Annie’s boss John Foraker on a company’s newest mission, revelation LivingMaxwell.com about her impulse behind a venture.

“I had been looking for a while to partner with an early-stage code in a food space,” pronounced a Mother’s Day star. “And as a mom with 3 kids, we have 3 lunch boxes to container any day and know a problems that contingency be solved with portion uninformed food to immature children.”

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She adds, “My mom done each singular dish for me, and we have always been a large follower in staying connected to a earth, that grows a food.”

Garner is a current house member during Save a Children — and tells LivingMaxwell.com that, “I trust in a sign ‘How we do anything is how we do everything,’ ” explaining how a mantra relates both to her munificent work as good as her newest health endeavor.

“When we started with Save a Children, we was concerned on a daily basis. With Once Upon a Farm, it will be a same, and we devise on being really involved,” Garner says. “More specifically, we will be a partial of innovating on new products, participating in design, going on sales calls and creation certain a universe knows we exist.”

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