Organic Baby Expert Lynda Fassa to Speak at Organic Trade Association Conference

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Lynda Fassa, a former Ford Model and natural parenting expert to speak at The Organic Trade Association's All Things Organic Conference May 7th at McCormick Place, Chicago.

Lynda Fassa, a former Ford Model and natural parenting expert to speak at The Organic Trade Association's All Things Organic Conference May 7th at McCormick Place, Chicago.

"It's all about the baby--baby is the ambassador to a better way," says Lynda Fassa, founder and co-owner of Green Babies, maker of the world's largest selection of organic cotton clothes for babies and kids. "Nothing means a lifestyle change like having a baby does--and parents today are offered so many wonderful natural choices that ensure a happy baby and a healthy planet."

"I've always loved what I do. It helped my business survive when people didn't care much about organic, and it helps it thrive now that they do. I am going to Chicago to encourage others to go 'green' too--cotton is the second most pesticide-laden crop in the world, and number one in America. It takes up only 3% of the world's farmland, but uses 25% of the world's chemical pesticides and fertilizers. I think most people don't know these things. I know I didn't. When I found out, I started Green Babies in response--my own mini revolution. And consumers have responded more favorably than I could have ever imagined."

Green Babies is a private corporation and a multiplatform brand dedicated to organics and sustainable lifestyle items including Green Babies, O! Angels, Good Karma Organics, Boy O Boy, House of Hoss and Green Babies Organic Baby Care. Green Babies is found in hundreds of better specialty stores and natural food stores including select Nature's Marketplace, Wild By Nature and Whole Foods Markets. Ms. Fassa is currently writing the book "Green Babies: the natural way to a happier, healthier child."

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