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EAT CLEANER Brand Becomes a Trusted Partner of Healthy Child Healthy World Making Food Safer for Families
Date:12/10/2009

As news of food borne illness, viruses and unsafe food recalls become a regular occurrence, families are more concerned than ever about the safety of their food. Today, Grow Green Industries, Inc., the makers of EAT CLEANER All Natural Food Wipes + Wash, announced they have become a Trusted Partner of Healthy Child Healthy World, the nation's leading nonprofit that educates families on preventing children from harmful chemical exposure.

Newport Beach, CA (PRWEB) December 10, 2009 -- As news of food borne illness, viruses and unsafe food recalls become a regular occurrence, families are more concerned than ever about the safety of their food. Today, Grow Green Industries, Inc., the makers of EAT CLEANER All Natural Food Wipes + Wash, announced they have become a Trusted Partner of Healthy Child Healthy World, the nation's leading nonprofit that educates families on preventing children from harmful chemical exposure.

For more than 18 years, Healthy Child has selectively collaborated with groups and companies that focus on reducing and eliminating chemical exposures from home products, furnishings and food. EAT CLEANER is now joining this prominent group of partners that have passed strict quality standards and due diligence investigations that demand ultimate transparency and integrity.

Made with FDA approved, food-safe ingredients, EAT CLEANER is the first all-natural, odorless and tasteless, lab tested product that removes pesticides, waxes and surface debris that can carry bacteria from produce, seafood and poultry. "Our alliance with Healthy Child Healthy World is an important step for us in being able to educate consumers about food safety. Infants and children are most susceptible to the potentially harmful effects of food borne illness, toxins and bacteria. With our partnership, we'll be able to reach more families interested in the preventative health and wellness of thei
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