Holle Organic Baby Muesli Porridge (250g), from 6 months - 6 Boxes

Holle Organic Baby Muesli Porridge (250g), from 6 months - 6 Boxes

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The wholegrains used in Holle Porridges are in an easily digestible form, which is particularly suitable for babies. The goodness of the grain is gently unlocked with heat and moisture ready for your baby’s growing body. Using the wholegrain means we can retain the most nutrients.

 

 

Ingredients:

demeter wholegrain wheat flakes** 82 %, demeter wholegrain oat flakes** 7 %, banana fruit powder* 6 %, raspberry flakes* 3 % (raspberry purée*, rice flour*), apple pieces* 2 %, thiamin  (required by EU law)
* from organic agriculture
** from biodynamic agriculture

Please note:

Start feeding porridges from about 4-6 months according to your baby’s stage of development and individual needs. Do not give to babies under 4 months as a substitute for breast milk. We recommend starting with a single-grain porridge. Rice or Millet Porridge are good to start with after 4-6 months before introducing the other Holle porridges. Holle offers 4 gluten free porridges: Organic Rice Porridge, Organic Millet Porridge, Organic 3-Grain Porridge and Organic Millet Porridge Apple-Pear. Further wheat free products are: Organic Spelt Porridge and Organic Rolled Oats Porridge. The Organic Semolina Porridge and the Organic Baby Muesli Porridge contain wheat. Follow the preparation instructions on the package.
- Always prepare fresh food. Do not use leftovers.

About Holle

Holle was founded in 1933 and uses milk from cows raised on biodynamic Demeter farms. The thing that makes Holle most unique is that it uses milk from cows raised on biodynamic (Demeter) farms in caring and natural environments. Healthy cows that can graze on lush fields and pastures - free of pesticides or chemical fertilizers - is the reason for the high quality of the milk produced. Demeter farmers also avoid the painful dehorning of cows.