CERELAC® Morning Bears
CERELAC® Morning Bears are wheat-based biscuits
Discover NEW CERELAC® Morning Bears – made for little teddy bear picnics, those little peckish moments, play day breaks and more!
Morning Bears are wheat-based biscuits designed for little hands and mouths to encourage self feeding.
Morning Bears are a snack product and should be consumed in moderation as part of a varied and balanced diet.
Suitable as a complementary food for children 12 months+.
Why give your baby Cerelac?
- Suitable for 12 months+
- Source of Iron
- No artificial flavours, colours & preservatives*
- Size suitable for small hands
- Suitable for Halal and Vegetarians
1 box = 32 biscuits
*As required by legislation
CERELAC® Morning Bears
1. Wash your hands before preparing the baby’s food and use only clean utensils. Feed only to a seated, supervised child who is accustomed to chewing solid foods. Wash baby’s hands.
2. After opening, ensure the sachet is closed and stored in a cool, dry place. Consume the product within 5 days of opening.
Use product only from 12 months of age.
Do not consume if the packaging seems damaged.
We recommend up to one serving (2 biscuits) in a day, to be consumed occasionally as part of a varied and balanced diet.
|TYPICAL VALUES||Per 100g||Per 2 biscuits||%LRV** 100g||%LRV** Per 2 biscuits|
|of which: saturates (g)||2||0.22|
|of which: Sugars (g)||17||1.9|
|Vitamin B6 (mg)||0.9||0.1||129||14|
|**LRV: Labelling Reference Value|
|1 box contains 32 biscuits (16 servings) in 4 packs|
WHEAT flour (74%), Sugar, Sunflower oil, Butter (MILK), Raising agents (Ammonium carbonates, Sodium carbonates, Potassium tartrates), Minerals (Calcium carbonate, Ferrous lactate), Vitamins (Niacin, Riboflavin, B6, Thiamin (B1)), Natural flavourings.
May contain MUSTARD and SOYA.
Suitable for Halal and Vegetarians.
Store in a cool dry place.
After opening, ensure the sachet is closed and stored in a cool, dry place. Consume the product within 5 days of opening.
Net Weight: 180e (4x 45g)
Important Information: The Department of Health recommends solid foods be introduced at around 6 months of age. Older infants and toddlers may need up to 2 healthy snacks between meals each day. Be mindful not to overfeed your baby.