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Happy
- Green Beans, Spinach, Kiwi, ...

Organic vegetable puree from green beans, spinach, with apple and kiwi.

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The taste of tangy green beans and earthy spinach is sure to tickle tiny taste buds in a delightful way. We’ve mixed these robust vegetables with juicy apple and kicking kiwi. Just watch your ‘happy’ baby bounce as they enjoy this zingy puree!
  • € 1.69
    (€ 1.69 / 100g)
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  • Nutrition
  • Ingredients
    • Nutritional Information (per 100g):
    • Energy176 kJ/41 kcal
    • Fat0,2 g
    • of which saturates0,13 g
    • Carbohydrate7,8 g
    • of which sugars**5,0 g
    • Fiber1,8 g
    • Protein1,3 g
    • Salt0,025 g
    • Sodium0,01 g
    • **contains only naturally occuring sugars

    All you need is Apple-love

    With good reason ‘an apple a day keeps the doctor away ’— high in fibre and loaded with vitamins, apple is a great first food for babies as it's deliciously sweet and easy on tiny tummies. Apple boosts the immune system, helps with constipation and is bursting with vitamins C and D. This super fruit sure is a powerhouse.

    Did you know

    Have you ever wondered why apples float in water? Apparently 25% of its volume is made up of air. Hot air, or apple air, it’s all pure apple love from us.

    I´ve Green Bean, thinking about you

    It's time to spill the beans! Green beans may look unassuming, but they're one of the best sources of protein in the plant kingdom. They're an excellent vegetable with plenty of omega 3, and vitamin A — a powerful antioxidant. They also have good levels of vitamin K that promotes strong bones and are high in fibre.  

    Did you know

    Green beans used to be called string beans because of the string that ran along the outer side of the pod. By 1894, botanists successfully removed the string through selective breeding. Green beans grow very fast, and vines can be ten feet tall, which is perhaps where the story of Jack and the Beanstalk comes from.

    I’m Spinach’ing around

    Spinach is a true super food, and we wouldn't have it any other way. Its leafy greens are high in folates and its unique taste adds an earthy boost to any dish. Spinach is a great source of calcium and vitamin K, which promotes strong bones. It also has vitamin C and iron which boosts the immune system.

    Did you know

    The cartoon character, Popeye the Sailor, ate spinach morning, noon and night as it gave him special ironman powers. His fervent feasting of the earthy vegetable boosted sales in the U.S. by 33% and he was hailed a saviour of the spinach industry during the Great Depression. That’s super strength indeed.

    I get a Kiwi-kick out of you!

    This furry little fruit is bursting with large amounts of vitamins and minerals. Two kiwis have more vitamin C than one orange and as much potassium as a banana. This powerhouse fruit is a great antioxidant which helps with the absorption of iron. It’s also high in fibre and good for digestion.

    Did you know

    Originally known as the Chinese Gooseberry, New Zealanders renamed it the ‘kiwifruit’, after their national bird, with its big round belly and furry plume. One advertising campaign asked you to imagine a super model in a really ugly jumper!

    All you need is Apple-love

    With good reason ‘an apple a day keeps the doctor away ’— high in fibre and loaded with vitamins, apple is a great first food for babies as it's deliciously sweet and easy on tiny tummies. Apple boosts the immune system, helps with constipation and is bursting with vitamins C and D. This super fruit sure is a powerhouse.

    Did you know

    Have you ever wondered why apples float in water? Apparently 25% of its volume is made up of air. Hot air, or apple air, it’s all pure apple love from us.

    I´ve Green Bean, thinking about you

    It's time to spill the beans! Green beans may look unassuming, but they're one of the best sources of protein in the plant kingdom. They're an excellent vegetable with plenty of omega 3, and vitamin A — a powerful antioxidant. They also have good levels of vitamin K that promotes strong bones and are high in fibre.  

    Did you know

    Green beans used to be called string beans because of the string that ran along the outer side of the pod. By 1894, botanists successfully removed the string through selective breeding. Green beans grow very fast, and vines can be ten feet tall, which is perhaps where the story of Jack and the Beanstalk comes from.

    I’m Spinach’ing around

    Spinach is a true super food, and we wouldn't have it any other way. Its leafy greens are high in folates and its unique taste adds an earthy boost to any dish. Spinach is a great source of calcium and vitamin K, which promotes strong bones. It also has vitamin C and iron which boosts the immune system.

    Did you know

    The cartoon character, Popeye the Sailor, ate spinach morning, noon and night as it gave him special ironman powers. His fervent feasting of the earthy vegetable boosted sales in the U.S. by 33% and he was hailed a saviour of the spinach industry during the Great Depression. That’s super strength indeed.

    I get a Kiwi-kick out of you!

    This furry little fruit is bursting with large amounts of vitamins and minerals. Two kiwis have more vitamin C than one orange and as much potassium as a banana. This powerhouse fruit is a great antioxidant which helps with the absorption of iron. It’s also high in fibre and good for digestion.

    Did you know

    Originally known as the Chinese Gooseberry, New Zealanders renamed it the ‘kiwifruit’, after their national bird, with its big round belly and furry plume. One advertising campaign asked you to imagine a super model in a really ugly jumper!