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Looking for parents with kids aged 4 months – 3 years of age to participate in our study on baby food! This study involves a three-phase weekly poll regarding baby food products. It is for individuals who make primary or joint responsibility about food their baby/child eats. If you live in Canada and you think you would be a good fit, please fill out the form below. 

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Please note that not every person will be selected for this opportunity. If you are not selected for this opportunity, you will be considered for future focus groups and surveys.

Duration of study: 3 Weekly Polls (one time per week)
Reward: $40


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