CERELAC Infant Cereals

CERELAC Rice – 200g

Local guidelines support the introduction of iron-rich foods, such as fortified infant cereals, as ideal first foods. Nestlé CERELAC Rice contains single grains and is rich in iron, containing on average 50% of the RDI* per serve. CERELAC also contains probiotic, Bifidus BL and can be easily mixed with a teaspoon of your baby’s favourite vegetable or fruit puree for a tasty variation.. 

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CERELAC Wheat – 200g

Nestlé CERELAC Wheat is another step forward in your baby's journey of nutritional discoveries. CERELAC Wheat is a convenient and nutritionally adapted complementary food that contains single grains, making it easy to mix with a teaspoon of your baby’s favourite vegetable or fruit puree. CERELAC contains probiotic, Bifidus BL and is rich in iron, containing on average 50% of the RDI* per serve. . 

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CERELAC Oats with Prune – 200g

After learning how to take solid food, Nestlé CERELAC Oats with Prune is another step forward in your baby's journey of nutritional discoveries. It contains oat grain, tasty prunes, is rich in iron, and when prepared has a fine texture ideal for babies from 6 months. CERELAC also contains probiotic, Bifidus BL, and is rich in iron, containing on average 61% of the RDI* per serve. . 

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CERELAC Muesli with Pear – 200g

Nestlé CERELAC Muesli with Pear is made with real fruit and four different grains (Oats, Wheat, Corn and Rice) introducing your baby to even more exciting new tastes and textures. CERELAC also contains Bifidus BL, a probiotic similar to those found in the digestive system of breastfed babies, and is rich in iron, contributing on average 70% of the RDI* per serve.. 

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CERELAC Muesli with Banana and Apple – 200g

Nestlé CERELAC Muesli with Banana & Apple is made with real fruit and four different grains (Oats, Wheat, Corn and Rice) introducing your baby to even more exciting new tastes and textures. CERELAC also contains Bifidus BL, a probiotic similar to those found in the digestive system of breastfed babies, and is rich in iron, contributing on average 58% of the RDI* per serve.. 

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Mothers should continue breastfeeding during and after introduction of complementary foods. As babies grow at different paces, health professionals should advise the parents on the appropriate time when their baby should start receiving complementary foods.