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Organic Riceberry puffs Apple With Berries Flavour

Baby Natura’s Organic Riceberry puffs Apple With Berries Flavour is one of the best options for your baby’s first foods! Palatable and wholesome. Baby Natura Organic Puffs are made with whole grains of Organic Riceberry and Jasmine rice- high in fiber, minerals and antioxidants.

  • Gluten free
  • No Cow’s Milk
  • No Nuts
  • Egg No Preservative
  • No added salt or sugar
  • Lactose Free
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Baby Natura Organic Puffs are made with whole grains of Organic Riceberry and Jasmine rice- high in fiber, minerals and antioxidants.

It is flavored with organic fruits, berries and vegetables powders and does not use any kind of extracts, chemicals, preservatives, and additives.

Donut shaped puffs are just right sized for babies small hands and helps in developing hand-eye co-ordination (fine motor skills)

Convenient & portable for on-the-go nourishing, encouraging self-feeding

Baby Natura Puffs are free from gluten, salt, eggs, nuts, cow’s milk-lactose and soya.

Baby Natura Puffs are soft-textured, melts quickly in baby’s mouth and are made from 100% organic ingredients, certified by “United States Department of Agriculture”

Baby Natura puffs provide plant based whole food snaking option for you to start right for your baby’s healthy future

  • Gluten free
  • No Cow’s Milk
  • No Nuts
  • Egg No Preservative
  • No added salt or sugar
  • Lactose Free
  • Free of Pesticides

Organic Riceberry and Jasmine rice : 77%

Organic Apple Berry blend powder (Apple Maquiberry Pomegranate Blueberry Strawberry Raspberry Cranberry) : 16%

Organic brown sugar : 6%

Organic sunflower oil : 1%

Serving Size: 8g

Serving per bottle5

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