The world of pottery and baby food has been buzzing with excitement since the birth of the world’s first baby, a three-month-old baby girl, in the US state of California.
Baby eczemas are a growing pandemic, affecting more than 600,000 babies each year in the United States.
The disease has also been spreading rapidly across Europe and Asia, and some have even been linked to the birth defects in babies.
Pottery Barn, a California-based company, is making a baby food that is completely vegan, using only recycled materials.
The company claims to have created a baby bowl that uses just 5 percent of the traditional ingredients, but has already made a profit.
The company, which was founded in 2013 by vegan activist John Mackey, says it is the first company in the world to make a baby-free, eco-friendly baby food.
Its product, called Baby EZ, is made of recycled, natural and non-GMO material, and the bowl is made with no artificial flavors or preservatives, the company says.
It was created by an eco-loving husband and wife team, who were inspired by the baby they had a year earlier.
They started working together on the project while they were both vegan, according to the company.
“When we realized how much time we were saving by not eating dairy products, it was like a gold rush,” said Mary-Kate Miller, founder and chief executive officer of the company, in a statement.
“We realized that our time could be better spent eating food that has the greatest impact on our health and happiness.”
The couple’s son was born healthy, according a statement from the company’s parent company, J.M. Smucker, and is expected to live a normal, healthy life.
The product was launched at a local convention this week, and has been picked up by more than 10,000 stores, according the company website.
It sells for $8.99 and is now available online and at select grocery stores.