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Heinz Baby Food Globe Trotters Rice & Tender Lamb Curry

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Brand: Heinz / Age: 12 months

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      05.07.2009 03:19
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      Healthy variety first foods for your child

      I loved this food for my daughter when she was born. When I had my son all the food seemed to come in powder form in packets which always seemed bland and boring.

      When I had my daughter I bought the heinz baby food in the purple jars because they only seemed to do breakfast in the packets by then. When she got to a curtain age they have jars with chunky bits in to allow them to learn to chew. I bought these because they were on offer they do so many different flavours and it was 8 for £5 at asda at the time. This one must have been one of her favourte flavours personally I would never have eaten it but she loved it. It had small chunky bits in it that she loved. It was full of nutrients that she needed and they did such a good variety of food from around the worlds so she didn't have to keep eating sunday lunches.

      The jars were quiet big and she did seem to eat most of the jar. I found that I could pop the jar in the mirowave to heat it up so I didn't have to dirty a bowl and sometimes if I knew she wouldn't eat it all she would have it for dinner and tea which i would then heat it in a bowl. The only flavour she wouldn't eat is the lemony chicken flavour and I am not sure why.

      These jars have been made by people who have picked foods from each country and made them into a baby range. On the front of the jar it will have a flag of which country they have been taken from and on the back it will always explain what is in the jar and why they have chosen this meal.

      My daughter loved these and wouldn't eat any other jar food I think she thought they were too plain after trying these. I would advise anyone to try these with their child to give them a variety to try it may help them later in life not to be fussy eaters.

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