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Why We Love Holle Organic Mango-Millet Crunchy Puffs
✔ EU Organic
✔ Complies with baby's nutritional needs
✔ Perfect as a snack
✔ No added sugars
✔ No chemicals or preservatives
Organic Kids' Snacks means Healthy Snack Times
Holle Organic Mango and Millet Crunchy Puffs are the perfect snack for your little one. Healthy and certified as organic by the EU, these crunchy puffs are as healthy as a nibble can get. They are made from gluten-free organic cereals (Millet). The puffs are perfectly shaped for small baby hands to grab. And in your baby’s mouth, the fluffy puffs melt like butter.
They are perfect for on-the-go situations, little snacks between meals, a little park nibble or even a family picnic. These puffs work as a healthy option for in-between meal nourishment, as they are designed to comply with a baby’s diet from the 8th month of life.
It is a wonderful option to ensure that your child gets the best nourishment from those little snacks that are usually unhealthy. Especially given the fact that they have no added sugars or salts, only naturally occurring ones. It is gluten free too!
My daughter loves these and I like most of the ingredients -- except for the Sunflower oil. That's not the most optimal oil for a product like this to be made with. Can we encourage the company to use something like coconut oil instead? Otherwise, the taste is good and overall they are on the "healthier" side of packaged snacks.