Töpfer Organic Rice Milk Cereal is made of ingredients from organic farming. The grain is processed into a form suitable for babies. The cereal starch is carefully broken down using warm temperatures and moisture. - free of gluten - with ProBifi do®
ProBifi do® is a mixture of 4 valuable Bifi do cultures, which have proved to be benefi cial in our Organic infant milks and Organic milk cereals.
We use follow-on milk as a basis for our cereals.
Gluten-free 200g package
EU Organic Certification
Ingredients: 35 % Follow-on milk*, (Skimmed milk*, Maltodextrin*, Vegetable oils* (Palm oil**, Rapeseed oil*, Sunfl ower oil*), Whey powder* partly demineralized, Skimmed milk powder*, Whey powder*, Vitamin C, Calcium phosphate, Vitamin E, Iron pyrophosphate, Zinc sulphate, Niacin, Calcium-D-pantothenate, Sodium selenite, Vitamin A, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B6, Potassium iodate, Folic acid, Vitamin K, Vitamin D), 33 % Rice semolina*, Whey powder* partly demineralized, Skimmed milk powder*, Maltodextrin*, Starch*, Calcium carbonate, Bifi dobacteria cultures (B. breve, B. bifi dum, B. infantis, B. longum), Vitamin B1, Vitamin A, Vitamin D. * from organic production ** organic palm oil from sustainable cultivation
The right nutrients for growing babies
As your baby develops and becomes more active, it needs a more calorific diet with different compositions of nutrients, protein and vitamins.
Our scientifically developed cereals and other follow-on milk options are a great supplement to your baby's diet. They make an ideal replacement to an afternoon milk feeding and taste great!
When first introducing a mixed diet, it is best to give your baby a few teaspoons of the pureed food at each meal until it has become accustomed to more solid foods. The rest of the meal meal is made up of your usual milk feed. By waiting a week between the introduction of new foods, you ensure that any allergic reactions such as diarrhoea, skin irritations or vomiting can be attributed to a food source.
From around 5-months, and ideally no later than 7-months, you should start introducing supplementary baby food in your child's diet. This is an exciting time as your baby's body is slowly preparing to eat meals with the whole family.
Breastfeeding is the best feeding option for babies, it provides the best nutrition and protection.
According to the WHO's recommendations, babies should be breastfed exclusively in the first 6 months and continue to have breast milk, alongside solid foods, until they reach 2 years old or older. Breast milk contains antibodies that enhance babies' immune systems and offers comprehensive nutrients that promote healthy growth. For advice on breast-feeding, please consult your doctor or health professional.
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