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Liza Huber


Liza Huber has been both a busy working mom and a busy stay-at-home mom taking care of her 3 children. She has been making homemade baby food for many years and has seen the enormous benefits it has given her own children.

This inspired her to create a system that gives moms all the tools they need to make fresh, healthy and delicious food for their babies. Drawing from her own experiences and the guidance of a leading pediatrician, she designed Sage Spoonfuls to fit the needs of all moms and their busy schedules.

In addition to launching Sage Spoonfuls, Liza has been appointed an Ambassador Mom for March of Dimes and will be raising awareness about premature birth. The March of Dimes is the leading nonprofit organization for pregnancy and baby health. With chapters nationwide, the March of Dimes works to improve the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality.

Before creating Sage Spoonfuls, Liza starred on the NBC daytime drama Passions. She also had the honor of being Miss Golden Globe in the year 2000. Her mother is Emmy-Award winning Susan Lucci of "All My Children". Liza and her husband, Alex, have been married since 2004. They have 3 children, Royce 4, Brendan 3, and Hayden 6 months.

 

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Sage Spoonfuls, September 2011
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