Happa

We passionately believe that there are lots of ways that, as a business, we can make the world a better place; where little ones can grow up happier + healthier. We do this through Our Mission + Our Dream - which together we call The Good Stuff We Do. The idea behind Happa was conceived after he saw a friend struggle to find the perfect baby food. In their stressful routines, mothers often struggle to keep up with the food preparations and repeated feeding cycles. He wanted to make something that was convenient, healthy and reliable substitute for the day today baby feeding battles. With his prior experience in the food business; he introduced the concept of organic and instant baby food in the Indian market under the brand name Happa. Happa is an Organic, fresh veggie and fruit puree made without any preservatives, additives giving parents an easier and healthier food option for their babies.

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