Heinz Baby Food Reviews
Product Type: Heinz food products
Newest Review: ... eating the 4 to 6 month foods so let me tell you in more detail about these, Heinz sell a lovely range of foods that are ... more
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Customer Heinz Baby Food Reviews (39)
by - written on 01/04/10 (Very useful, 329 readings)
Heinz is a name we all know very well and I had eaten Heinz products for many years but it wasn't until I had my first child 7 years ago that I realised they also make baby foods, Heinz to my knowledge do not make a formula milk for babies of there own so for the first 4 months of feeding all 3 of my children I used sma milks but once we started weaning at 4 months old we used a lot of Heinz baby foods. There baby foods are made in different stages, the one we are using most with jess at the moment is the 4 to 6 month foods as she will be 6 months old tomorrow, these are blended to be a very smooth consistency rather like a puree with no bits in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/11/09 (Very useful, 357 readings)
Heinz baby food comes in a variety of options including dried products (where you add milk or warm water) such as creamy porridge, sunshine banana, baby rice and cauliflower cheese; tinned foods such as beans and bacon, strawberry cheesecake; their own pure juices such as pear, apple and cherry; jars "Mum's own recipe" such as Apple rice pudding and Caribbean pork casserole; custard pots; rusks and biscottis. You can get further information about their range of products for babies at http://www.heinzbaby.co.uk/products/baby-food.aspx , the website is easy to navigate and provides information on what products are safe for specific diets such as ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/07/08 (Very useful, 146 readings)
Heinz Baby meals are probably the cheapest branded baby food available in most supermarkets (basic baby food and not the Heinz Mum's own). The baby foods begin at 4-6 months. These are pure baby food and some of the foods available are: Chocolate pudding, lamb with rosemary, pasta bolognaise, baked beans and bacon. When I first gave my baby these foods he seemed very happy with both the texture and taste. He soon got bored of these meals as there are limited flavours available unlike the other companies products. After a short while, My child was ready for stage two meals, I did try him with the stage two's with Heinz, these meals ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/04/01, updated on 21/04/01 (Very useful, 234 readings)
UPDATE: 19/04/01.- In this op I have stated that heinz don't produce organic baby food. today I found a new range of organic dry food for babies produced by Heinz. of course to be true to my Dooyoo addiction, and fair to those who have read or will read this op, I purchased some. review to foolow shortly. Jusophine. When you think of baby food manufacturers, the name Heinz probably figures high on the list. The company's experience of making baby food is unquestionable. But do we buy the food because of its quality, or because of it's high profile name? This is my opinion of Heinz 'tinned' ready to eat baby food for babies of 4 months ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/10/00, updated on 02/10/00 (Very useful, 48 readings)
Heinz baby food is no where near as tasty as their adult foods. My son (first child) loved it and ate only Heinz. But my second child Chloe hated it. Maybe they have changed their ingredients or something. Also I found with the tinned and jar baby foods there must be something in it to colour the childs clothes. Although they say no additives are in them I am not so sure. Chloe hated wearing a bib and always managed to get food under it where she was tugging at it. With Heinz she would get this horrible orange stain on her clothes that was almost impossible to get off and with some clothes never did. When I tasted the food I was nearly sick. So ... Read the complete review
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