Spring Mix vs. Mixed Baby Greens

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I know everyone recommends Spring Mix, and that is what I planned to use until I start growing some more flowers/grasses/weeds, but I also know lots of spinach isn't advised.

Unfortunately the organic mix they sell here is primarily baby spinach so instead I picked up the mixed baby greens. I THINK it's okay, but I'm not 100% sure. Thoughts?

In case you can't read the ingredient list/see the picture it reads: Organic Baby Lettuces (Red & Green Romaine, Red & Green Oak Leaf, Red Leaf, Lollo Rosa, Tango), Organic Mizuna, Organic Red & Green Chard, Organic Baby Spinach, Organic Arugula, Organic Frisée, Organic Radicchio
(It also says the ingredients may vary)

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Edit to add: This will be for a Hermann's hatchling.
 

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All Spring Mix is is mixed baby greens.
 

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emysemys said:
All Spring Mix is is mixed baby greens.

Okay, great. I figured this stuff was fine/better than the primarily baby spinach spring mix the same brand also sold. They had an herb mix too with dill and a couple others but I wasn't sure if those are okay to feed.
 
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