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Organix Finger Foods Organic Soft Rusks

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Brand: Organix / Age: 9 months

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      12.08.2008 15:36
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      A great finger food option for babies on the go

      My 9 month old daughter is currently going through a stage of only eating finger foods so I have been slowly working my way through the product range on offer and this has been my latest purchase. Unfortunately, it is not a firm favourite with my daughter, but I like them so at least the purchase wasn't wasted! They are made by Organiz who's brand is built on a "no junk promise" which makes choosing the products that little bit easier because there is no worry about what rubbish has been put into their products. The box contains 6 packs of 2 soft rusks which makes taking the product out of the house a little easier because they are foil packed for freshness. There is no added sugar, no hydrogenated fat and the ingredients are all organically grown. Speaking of ingredients they are: wholegrain wheatflour, grape juice concentrate, rice flour, unhydrogenated palm oil, skimmed milk powder, raising agents, vanilla extract and Vitamin B1. Each biscuit is rounded at the end (a slight oval shape) which makes them easy for little fingers. The biscuit can be used as a finger food or mushed up in babies milk and spoon fed. Each box is 175g and costs around £2 a box. Flavour wise they taste a little like wholegrain flapjacks without the sugar hit and they are almost spongey in texture (which is why I think my daughter is not a fan - she likes to chomp down on something hard to help her teething). They are a stage 2 food, so recommended from 7 months, but this recommendation is more to do with baby's hand to eye co-ordination than the ingredients, so if your little one has good hand to eye co-ordination there is no real reason why you couldn't try these early than 7 months.

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