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Jessica Alba Gives Away Some Organic TastyBaby(s)

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Mother-to-be Jessica Alba had her baby shower yesterday and Marie Claire is reporting that the actress wasn’t the only one receiving gifts. Amidst the delicacies of tiger shrimp, chocolate strawberries, and mini eclairs, Alba handed out a goody bag, provided by organic baby food company Tastybaby, which included recipe books and children’s toys. From the website,

“The entire concept of Tastybaby was borne out of our values and philosophies on life! The things we hold most dear are the health and well-being of our children and the planet they are going to inherit. Giving our babies what we believe to be the best possible start in life is so important to us, and now with Tastybaby, we are especially proud that we are able to share this gift with our customers.”

Celebs in attendance at the shower included Alba’s sister, Jaime King and Kim Kardashian. According to MC, Jessica walked away with stacks of gifts including a cradle, a basket of Dr. Seuss books, clothing and flowers. She is expecting in June.

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