Babease Organic Pear & Mixed Berries 100g - Stage 1 - Box of 8

Babease Organic Pear & Mixed Berries 100g - Stage 1 - Box of 8

Babease Organic Pear & Mixed Berries 100g - Stage 1 - Box of 8

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Babease Organic Pear Mixed Berries Coconut Water

Babease Organic Pear & Berries with Coconut Water, Rice & Quinoa is part of the 'stage oneBabease Baby Food products, which support complementary feeding at around six months of age.

  • 100g.
  • Stage 1 (box of 8 pouches).
  • Organic.
  • Dairy Free.
  • Gluten Free.
  • Made in the UK.
  • Nut & sesame free.
  • Vegan & vegetarian.
  • Suitable for freezing.
  • With no added salt or sugar.
  • Suitable for babies 6+ months.
  • Introduces babies to their first taste of predominantly savoury solid foods.

Also available:

Babease Organic Sweet Potato & Pear 100g - Stage 1 - Box of 8.

What's in the pouch?

Babease Organic Pear & Berries with Coconut Water, Rice & Quinoa featutres the naturally sweet and fruit taste of pear & blueberries with Coconut Water, brown Rice and Quinoa. As the afrorementioned fruits are naturally high in Sugar, the remaining ingredients nutritionally balance this delicious meal for your little ones' enjoyment.

What is complementary feeding?

Introducing solids is known as complementary feeding or weaning and it is the introduction of foods which complement your babies usual milk – rather than replacing it.

When should complementary foods be introduced?

The Department of Health (DoH) and the World Health Organisation (WHO) advise complementary feeding at around six months, however if you are unsure, it is advised to consult your health visitor if you believe that your baby is ready to wean earlier.

What is the difference between weaning and complementary feeding?

The Government is actually encouraging people away from the term 'weaning' as many people feel this means it’s all about reducing babies milk. But that's not true at should be called complementary feeding. By doing this, the purees parents give their babies at the initial stages are to 'complement' rather than replace milk. The actual 'weaning' stage occurs much later once a baby is ready to be weaned off the mother's breast milk or Formula Milk, depending on what the parents are using.

Which foods are best for complementary feeding?

A parent may wish to start complementary feeding with single vegetables and fruits, by mashing or blending them. A baby rice mixed with the baby's normal milk could also prove a suitable option.

Directions of Use

Babease Organic Pear & Mixed Berries are safe to eat at room temperature. If you’d like to warm them, it is advised to stand the pouch in a bowl of hot water and check the temperature before serving.


Babease Organic Pear & Mixed Berries are not suitable for use in the microwave.


Once opened the cap should be replaced and Babease Organic Pear & Mixed Berries should be kept refrigerated & used within 24 hours.


Organic Pear (39%) - Organic Coconut Water (23%) - Organic Blueberries (16%) - Organic Blackberries (7%) - Organic Raspberries (7%) - Organic Brown Rice (5%) -Organic Quinoa (3%)

Nutritional and allergy info:

NUTRITION (per 100g)

Energy (kJ) 313

Energy (kcal) 74

Fat (g) 0.5

Saturates (g) 0.1

Carbohydrate (g) 14.2

Sugars (g) 8.9

Fibre (g) 3.1

Protein (g) 1.6

Salt (g) 0.010

Sodium (g) 0.004

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