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Brown rice porridge with Carrot

Baby Natura’s Brown Rice Porridge with Carrot is a vitamin boost for your baby! Carrots are rich in vitamins and essential minerals helping the baby’s vision, improving your baby’s skin, and helps prevent infection, keeping your baby healthy from the very beginning!

  • Lactose free
  • No preservatives
  • No added salt or sugar
  • Gluten free
  • No nut or soy
  • Free of Pesticides
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Overview

Baby Natura’s Brown Rice Porridge with Carrot is a vitamin boost for your baby! Carrots are rich in vitamins and essential minerals helping the baby’s vision, improving your baby’s skin, and helps prevent infection, keeping your baby healthy from the very beginning!

The combination of beta-carotene from the carrots and essential minerals, vitamins and fiber from the brown rice makes this meal a filling and nourishing one ensuring optimal health for your baby.

  • Lactose free
  • No Nut or Soy
  • Gluten Free
  • No Artificial Colours or Flavors
  • No Preservatives
  • No Added salt or Sugar
  • Free of Pesticides
  • No Animal Ingredients

Organic Brown Rice : 75%

Organic Carrot : 25%

Serving Size1 piece 20 g

Servig per package6

Unit (Gram)

Per 100 g

Per Serving 20 g

Energy(Kcal)

392

78.4

Calories from fat

17.9

3.58

Fat(g)

1.99

0.40

Protein(g)

9.1

1.82

Carbohydrate(g)

84.5

16.9

Sugars(g)

2.49

0.5

Dietary Fiber(g)

4.22

0.84

Sodium(mg)

24.6

4.92

Vitamin A(mcg)

55.9

11.2

Vitamin B1(mg)

0.27

0.05

Vitamin B2(mg)

0.02

0.004

Calcium(mg)

34.9

6.98

Iron(mg)

1.21

0.24

Mixing Guide

  • 1Empty one 20g pack of cereal into a clean bowl
  • 2Add 120 ml of cooled boiled water
  • 3Mix thoroughly
  • 4Feed with a clean spoon

Storage Conditions

  • Store the product in a cool and dry place not exceeding 25 degrees
  • Not adhering to this condition may change the organoleptic properties of the product

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