GERBER® GRADUATES® Mini Fruits taste so good you are bound to “steal” some from your little one’s bowl!
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Are you looking to supplement your child’s diet with fruits and nutritious snacks? GERBER® GRADUATES® Mini Fruits is the product you have been searching high and low for. Specially made for his or her little fingers, they come in perfect bite-size pieces that melt in the mouth, making it a great nutritious snack for your child.
Made from 100% real fruit, each pack contains the goodness of real apples, bananas and strawberries. The mini fruits snack has no artificial preservatives, colours or added sugar - the 100% natural goodness of only real fruits is locked in by a special freeze-drying technology. This special freeze-drying process safely removes the water from the fruit and preserves the natural nutrients, colour, aroma and flavor of the fruit.
The 100% freeze-dried Mini Fruits are also easy to swallow as they dissolve quickly into soft pieces and the bite-size is developed for little fingers to encourage self-feeding and the development of fine motor skills.
Packaged in resealable bags, GERBER® GRADUATES® Mini Fruits is the perfect snack at home or outdoors (especially if you do not have a cooler readily available for fresh fruits). Another great thing about GERBER® GRADUATES® Mini Fruits is that, unlike real fruits, no washing is necessary and you don’t have to deal with juice dripping down your child’s chin!
In a world full of junk food and trans fats, GERBER® GRADUATES® Mini Fruits is a fantastic way to get your child to start good eating habits early -- without him or her even knowing!
GERBER® Graduates Mini Fruits is available in 2 delicious flavours, Apple and Banana Strawberry.
Each pack contains 4 servings of fruits
GERBER® Graduates Mini Fruits are available in May’11 at all leading supermarkets at $6.95 (including GST)
For more information, visit nestlebaby.com
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