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  • Organic baby food with beef 2x80g
    Organic baby food with beef 2x80g

    Organic baby food with beef 2x80g

  • Organic baby food with calf 2x80g
    Organic baby food with calf 2x80g

    Organic baby food with calf 2x80g

  • Organic baby food with chicken 2x80g
    Organic baby food with chicken 2x80g

    Organic baby food with chicken 2x80g

  • Organic baby food with turkey 2x80g
    Organic baby food with turkey 2x80g

    Organic baby food with turkey 2x80g

  • Organic baby food with salmon, potatoes and carrots 2x80g
    Organic baby food with salmon, potatoes and carrots 2x80g

    Organic baby food with salmon, potatoes and carrots 2x80g

  • Organic baby food with cheese 2x80g
    Organic baby food with cheese 2x80g

    Organic baby food with cheese 2x80g

  • Organic baby food with apple 2x100g
    Organic baby food with apple 2x100g

    Organic baby food with apple 2x100g

  • Organic baby food with pear 2x100g
    Organic baby food with pear 2x100g

    Organic baby food with pear 2x100g

  • Organic baby food 4 fruits 2x100g
    Organic baby food 4 fruits 2x100g

    Organic baby food 4 fruits 2x100g

  • Organic baby food with plum and apple 2x100g
    Organic baby food with plum and apple 2x100g

    Organic baby food with plum and apple 2x100g

  • Organic baby pasta stelline 350g
    Organic baby pasta stelline 350g

    Organic baby pasta - Stelline 350g

  • Organic baby pasta - Sabbiolina 350g
    Organic baby pasta - Sabbiolina 350g

    Organic baby pasta - Sabbiolina 350g

  • Organic baby semolina 220g
    Organic baby semolina 220g

    Organic baby semolina 220g

  • Organic baby biscuits 320g
    Organic baby biscuits 320g

    Organic baby biscuits 320g

  • PLASMON baby food Beef
    PLASMON baby food Beef

    PLASMON baby food Beef 3x80g

  • PLASMON baby food Veal 3x80g
    PLASMON baby food Veal 3x80g

    PLASMON baby food Veal 3x80g

  • PLASMON baby food Ham 3x80g
    PLASMON baby food Ham 3x80g

    PLASMON baby food Ham 3x80g

  • PLASMON baby food Vegetables 2x80g
    PLASMON baby food Vegetables 2x80g

    PLASMON baby food Vegetables 2x80g

  • PLASMON baby food with veal and rice flour 2x190g
    PLASMON baby food with veal and rice flour 2x190g

    PLASMON baby food with veal and rice flour 2x190g

  • PLASMON baby food Apple 3x104g
    PLASMON baby food Apple 3x104g

    PLASMON baby food Apple 3x104g

  • PLASMON baby food Pear 3x104g
    PLASMON baby food Pear 3x104g

    PLASMON baby food Pear 3x104g

  • PLASMON baby food fruits 3x104g
    PLASMON baby food fruits 3x104g

    PLASMON baby food fruits 3x104g

  • PLASMON baby food cereal 230g
    PLASMON baby food cereal 230g

    PLASMON baby food cereal 230g

  • PLASMON baby food cereal rice, corn and tapioca 230g
    PLASMON baby food cereal rice, corn and tapioca 230g

    PLASMON baby food cereal rice, corn and tapioca 230g

  • PLASMON babydessert milk and biscuit 2x120g
    PLASMON babydessert milk and biscuit 2x120g

    PLASMON babydessert milk and biscuit 2x120g

  • PLASMON baby Biscuit 540g
    PLASMON baby Biscuit 540g

    PLASMON baby Biscuit 540g

  • PLASMON Fruit Pouch 100% apple 100g
    PLASMON Fruit Pouch 100% apple 100g

    PLASMON Fruit Pouch 100% apple 100g

  • PLASMON Fruit Pouch Pear and yoghurt 85g
    PLASMON Fruit Pouch Pear and yoghurt 85g

    PLASMON Fruit Pouch Pear and yoghurt 85g

  • PLASMON Nutrimune milk UHT 2x500ml
    PLASMON Nutrimune milk UHT 2x500ml

    PLASMON Nutrimune milk UHT 2x500ml

  • PLASMON Milk powerd Nutrimune 2 850g
    PLASMON Milk powerd Nutrimune 2 850g

    PLASMON Milk powerd Nutrimune 2 850g

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From 1 to 6 months

During the first six months of the baby’s life, nourishment is perfectly done through breastfeeding (or, in cases where such practice is not possible, for example due to the absence of the mother’s breast milk, nourishment is done through infants’ formulas); additionally, the infant can drink water. It is important that even the nursing mother pays attention to her own nutrition.

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From 6 months

After 6 months complementary solid foods can be introduced. The question is; ready-made baby food or homemade meals? The answer is that there is no golden rule! If you decide to prepare homemade meals it is recommended to start with blended vegetables (one type of vegetables at a time, for example; carrots, pumpkin, courgettes). When choosing ingredients a lot of attention to the seasonality, production and processing should be given to ensure the preservation of vitamins and nutrients. The proper preparation of the meal is also very important so that the baby can eat and digest it easily. The baby has to start learning how to eat with a spoon; it is recommended to start off with small portions the first few times.

Integrating all of the needed amounts of nutrients is a very important factor when preparing meals. In this way, the body can absorb all of the nutrients required, such as, for example, iron from meat or fatty acids from fish. When the preparation of food is too time consuming, it might be more practical to opt for ready-made baby foods. Two important factors to take into consideration when preparing complimentary meals are taste and variety: be inspired by our easy, practical and tasty recipes, which, most importantly, are suited to the needs of your little ones. There is no rule, so when you have time and you feel like it, test yourself! When, instead, you’re out of home and you have little time, make use of ready-made baby foods.

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From 7 to 11 months

Bit by bit you can start adding new products to your baby’s diet: vegetable purees (for example, cauliflower, broccoli and potatoes), cereal-based meals (for example rice, millet and spelt) and the first appetizers (for example rice cakes, pieces of cooked vegetables and spelt sticks). At around 8 months the little one may be able to digest fresh fruit (apples, pears, bananas) and have the first few bites of bread or fish.

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From 1 year onwards

The amount of milk and dairy products may decrease from 12 months. The child will have already developed a sense of taste and will start asking for the same food the parents eat. At one year of age, the baby has developed enough to be able to digest almost all different types of food – what matters now is understanding what foods the baby likes and most of all, which are easily digested and which aren’t. Ready-made dishes and food flavourings should still be avoided; condiments should also be used in very small doses.

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Follow your paediatrician’s advice on your baby’s diet and the foods to be introduced.