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five:am organic baby yoghurt

This new product from yoghurteer favourites five:am is perfect for bub.

The first certified organic baby yogurt to be available at major supermarkets, five:am Baby is a wholesome, nutrient-packed delight, perfect for bubs from 6 months of age. Made with nothing but whole organic milk and live cultures – no added sugar, no preservatives and nothing artificial – this product is pure goodness, so you can rest assured that your little one’s health is first in mind.

“By offering babies organic food we are giving them the cleanest and most nutrient rich starts to their diet,” says Jacqueline Alwill, five:am nutritionist. “Organic food is considerably higher in nutrients than non-organic food and we want to ensure our kids are eating the best and most nutrient dense foods available to them.”

Plain, whole milk yoghurt with no added refined sugars can be introduced into a baby’s diet from the age of around 6 months, when they are being introduced to a range of solid foods, Jacqueline says.

“Full fat, organic dairy is a wonderful food and nutrient source for infants, with over 10 essential vitamins and minerals important for their growth and development. It’s an incredible way to introduce children to new food experience and good nutrition at an early age.”

five:am Baby yoghurt comes in 170g resealable tubs and will also be available in a 70g squeezie from the end of August.

Find out more at fiveam.com.au

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