A quote from the Dr. Sears Website...
Buying organic is especially important when it comes to baby foods. There seems to be an on- going label war on the jars of commercial baby food: "no salt," "no sugar," and "no preservatives," yet an important "no" is missing from the popular brands - no pesticides. Manufacturers claim that they have reduced pesticides far below the legal limit, and that's commendable, but not enough. Don't accept what's legal as being safe for yourself or your children. It makes no sense to eat cheap foods when you're young and pay high prices for medical problems when you're older. That's a bad investment. But isn't organic food so much more expensive? you may wonder. It depends upon what you mean by expensive. Yes, organic food costs more, primarily because the demand is so much less than for chemically-treated food. Yet in the long run, it's a great bargain. Suppose someone were to tell you that for a couple bucks extra a day you could lower your child's risk of getting cancer, losing a few brain cells, and maybe even living to see his own great grandchildren. Think of the extra expense as just a bit more health insurance.
A great site for organic baby food is http://www.earthsbest.com/
Just in case you can not find a retailer by you!
Also read my previous link "The Dirty Dozen"
Knowledge is power...A great big to all you wonderful Moms'!!!!