SIMPLE AND WHOLESOME INGREDIENTS
Cerelac® Homestyle Meals Rice & Veggies is made with carefully selected rice, & veggies, high source of iron, and 19 vitamins and minerals. Homestyle Meals Rice & Chicken undergoes 90 quality check and meets the strict requirements for bulilit.
Rice (47%), Soya flour, Skimmed milk powder, Rice crispy (11%), Vegetable oil (Palm olein, rapeseed, coconut, sunflower), Tomato crunchies (2.5%), Carrot crunchies (2.5%%), Vegetable blend flakes (2%), Onion flakes (1.2%), Minerals (Calcium carbonate, Ferrous fumarate, Magnesium carbonate, Zinc sulfate, Potassium iodide), Soya lecithin (emulsifier), Dipotassium phosphate (acidity regulator), Vitamins (C, E, Nicotinamide, Calcium D-pantothenate, B1, B6, B2, A, Folic acid, D-biotin, Cholecalciferol, B12).
Iron is important as it helps transport oxygen to the brain and the rest of the body. Make sure that your child gets enough iron every day. Your child needs 5x more IRON per kg of body weight than adults. CERELAC® contains half of the daily IRON needs of your child in one serving.
19 VITAMINS AND MINERALS
Each bowl of CERELAC® is a good source of Zinc, Vitamins A, C, and B1. It also has the following vitamins and minerals that support your child’s health: Vitamin D, E, B2, B6, B12, Niacin, Pantothenic Acid, Biotin, Folic Acid, Calcium, Phosphorus, Iodine, and Sodium, and more!
CARING FOR BABIES SINCE 1867
In 1867, Henri Nestlé developed Farine Lacteé, which is the first product of NESTLÉ in Switzerland – now called CERELAC®!
After opening the pack, the contents should immediately be transferred to an empty, clean and dry airtight container. Replace the lid tightly after every use and store in a cool, dry place.
Boil 120 ml of drinking water for 5 minutes and pour boiling water into baby’ bowl.
Add 40g or 5 level tbsps. of Cerelac®.
Stir until porridge is mixed well and feed immediately using a clean spoon.
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