NEW YORK — Many moms would like to make their own baby food. But since most don't have the time to do so, they are increasingly doing the next best thing by seeking out frozen and other specialty baby food with no additives, preservatives, genetically modified ingredients, synthetic fertilizers, antibiotics, high-fructose corn syrup or pesticides. That could help explain why baby food experienced the largest sales growth of any other category in the specialty food market between 2006 and ...

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