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Peter Rabbit Organics, Pea, Spinach and Apple Puree, 4.4-Ounce Pouches (Pack of 10)

Peter Rabbit Organics, Pea, Spinach and Apple Puree, 4.4-Ounce Pouches (Pack of 10)

Peter Rabbit Organics purees are a perfect, tasty convenient meal for little ones. They are suitable from 6 months upwards. Our vegetables and fruit are 100% Organic. They are a special blend of organic fruits and vegetables with added Vitamin C and thats it! No added sugar, salt or anything artificial. Our pouches keep the goodness locked in and the straw means they can be eaten anywhere, no need for a spoon! All our products are certified Organic by Oregon Tilth. 4.4oz inside each pouch. You can contact us with any questions at [email protected] Read More »

Peter Rabbit Organics 100% Pure Baby Food 10 Flavor Variety,   (Pack of 10)

Peter Rabbit Organics 100% Pure Baby Food 10 Flavor Variety, (Pack of 10)

Peter Rabbit Organics 100% Pure Baby Food Variety Pack of 10, Contains 1 Pouch Of Each Flavor, Flavors Included: Pea Spinach & Apple, Mango Banana & Orange, Carrot Squash & Apple, Pumpkin Carrot & Apple, Raspberry Banana & Blueberry, Sweet Potato Corn & Apple, Broccoli & Mango, Apple & Grape, Peach & Apple and Strawberry & Banana. Certified USDA Organic and No Added Salt or Sugar. BPA Free Packaging! Read More »

Peter Rabbit Organics, Organic Strawberry and Banana 100% Pure Fruit Snack, 4.0-Ounces Pouches, (Pack of 10)

Peter Rabbit Organics, Organic Strawberry and Banana 100% Pure Fruit Snack, 4.0-Ounces Pouches, (Pack of 10)

Peter Rabbit Organics 100% fruit snacks are ideal for babies and children. They contain 100% organic fruit with no added sugar or artificial ingredients. The convenient squeezable pouch means there is no need for a spoon. The pouches are resealable which makes them a great snack for children whenever you are out and about or to feed your baby at the start of weaning. We don't add water only natural fruit, so each 3.5oz pouch counts as one of your child's 'five a day'. Read More »

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