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Cerelac is suitable as a complimentary food for infants from six months onwards, when breast milk alone no longer meets the baby’s growing nutritional needs. It is not a breast milk substitute.
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Cerelac Maize Sachet - 50g (Strip of 10)
Nestlé Cerelac is a range of nutritious, easily digested instant infant cereals which helps babies develop tastes for other foods. It contains an optimal level of vitamins and minerals required for the proper growth and development of your baby. It also contains a high level of iron and essential fatty acids as well as energy. Cerelac is suitable as a complimentary food for infants from six months onwards, when breast milk alone no longer meets the baby’s growing nutritional needs. It is not a breast milk substitute.
The Cerelac range is specially designed to meet the nutritional needs as well as the desired tastes and appropriate textures for infants at each developmental stage.
Now, all CERELAC products contain Bifidus BL which is a probiotic similar to those found in the digestive systems of breastfed babies.
Bifidus BL has been clinically proven to help strengthen babies' natural defenses.
Stage 1 is appropriate for infants from 6 months onwards. The varieties for this stage are CERELAC Wheat, CERELAC Rice and CERELAC Maize.
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Nestlé is a Swiss multi-international food and beverage company headquartered in Vevey, Switzerland. Its products include baby food, bottled water, breakfast cereals, coffee and tea, confectionery, dairy products, ice cream, frozen food, pet foods and snacks. Nestle was founded in 1866, and founded by Henri Nestle.