Happy Family
Contact Info
Email: info@happyfamilybrands.com
Contact: Helen Bernstein, VP Mktg.
Phone: (212)374-2779
Fax: (212)602-0104
Street Address
40 Fulton St., 17th Fl.
New York, NY 10038
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Products
Foods
- Baby Products
- Cereals
- Dairy-Free Products
- Frozen Foods
Foods (Cont'd)
- Gluten-Free Products
- Snacks
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Brands
HappyBaby
HappyBellies
HappyBites
HappyMelts
HappyTot for toddlers/tykes
About Us

Description of Products: Organic baby and toddler foods: cereals, meals, snacks.

Who's Who

Year Founded: 2003

Founder: Shazi Visram

Key Personnel:
Jessica Rolph, COO/Founding Part.
Bob Zimmerman, VP Sls.
Helen Bernstein, VP Mktg.
John Alpert, CFO
Shazi Visram, Founder/CEO

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