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Nestle Rice Flour with Milk Gluten Free 4+ Months 300 g

Rice flour with milk cereal, gluten Free
Prepare Use Wash hands well before preparing your baby's meal. Boil clean potable water for 5 minutes. Let it cool. Empty the necessary amount of water in the baby's bowl. Add the rice flour (see dosage table). Stir the cream with a fork until homogenous and feed the baby immediately with a clean spoon. Dosage: Nestle rice flour is offered to the baby with a spoon. 1-2 rice cream meals/ day are recommended depending on the age of your baby and the paediatrician's instructions. Start by offering 1 flat tablespoon rice flour mixed with 4-5 tablespoons water, and slowly increase the amount to a full meal. Do not add milk, the powder contains milk already. Do not keep leftover cream.
Gluten Free Yes
Storage After each use, close the box tightly and store it in a cool and dry place. After opening the box, use the content within 4 weeks
Net Contents 300 g
Ingredients Rice flour 68% (hydrolysed rice flour, rice flour), skimmed milk powder 22%, vegetable oils (low erucic rapeseed oil, high-oleic sunflower oil, sunflower oil), minerals (calcium carbonate, iron fumarate, zinc sulphate, potassium iodide) vitamins (C, niacin, E, thiamin, calcium pantothenate, A, B6, K, folic acid, biotin, D), flavouring (Vanillin), Bifidus culture
Allergy Info Contains milk
Nutrition Info 100 g
Energy kJ 1797
Energy kCal 426
Fat 12
Of which saturates 1,2
Carbohydrates 67
Of which sugars 16
Dietary Fibers 1,4
Protein 13
Salt 0,36
Important Notice Customers are advised to check product packaging for nutritional information and allergen warnings before consumption, as product information is subject to change after publication. You should always read the product label to ensure you are following the most up-to-date information. This is especially important if you have an allergy or intolerance. Allergen information can be found highlighted in the ingredients list on the back of pack
Safety Warnings Breast milk is the ideal food for babies. Breastfeeding should be continued for as long as possible. As your baby's nutritional needs change, consult your paediatrician about when to introduce this food to your baby