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- Pumpkin, Sweet Potato, blueberry, ...

Organic vegetable puree from pumpkin, sweet potato with pear, banana and blueberries.

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Let the sun shine! Pumpkin and sweet potato work so well together, and we’ve blended them with succulent pear, sweet banana and luscious blueberry. This sunny snack has 65% veggies and is super yummy for tiny tummies.
  • € 1.69
    (€ 1.69 / 100g)
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  • Nutrition
  • Ingredients
    • Nutritional Information (per 100g):
    • Energy191 kJ/45 kcal
    • Fat0,1 g
    • of which saturates -
    • Carbohydrate8,9 g
    • of which sugars**8,0 g
    • Fiber2,2 g
    • Protein1,1 g
    • Salt0,05 g
    • Sodium0,02 g
    • **contains only naturally occuring sugars

    Pump’kin up the Volume

    Pumpkin should really be a fruit as it contains seeds. Either way it's a winner with us as it has an abundance of antioxidants and vitamins. Pumpkin is a great source of calcium and magnesium which aids bone growth. It also contains vitamin A and beta carotene, which is good for the eyes. It really is a pump’kin good food.

    Did you know

    It was once believed that pumpkin could remove freckles. And don't forget the fairy tale ending — we won't suggest your little pumpkins will turn into magical coaches, but they will give little ones a tasty treat.

    Sweet Potato of Mine

    Rich in antioxidants and natural sweetness, sweet potato is a perfect first food for tiny tots as it’s high in fibre and easy on the digestive system. This root vegetable is packed with beta-carotene, and vitamin A, which is good for the eyes. It’s also a good source of potassium and calcium and contains vitamin D.

    Did you know

    The sweet potato is native to Central America and was discovered by Christopher Columbus on his first voyage in 1492. Columbus, however, was late to the party though, as remains of sweet potatoes have been found in Peru dating back to 8000 BC — so these tasty tubers have definitely stood the test of time!

    Living on a Pear

    With its sweet delicate taste, pear is one of the least allergenic fruits and a great first food — which is why we love it so much. A rich supplier of antioxidants, pear is high in fibre and bursting with vitamins B and C. It's also brimming with calcium and magnesium, which are good for bones and potassium which helps with constipation.

    Did you know

    Pears are a magical fruit as they ripen from the inside out. They also ripen better off the tree. So how can you tell when your pear is perfectly ripe? It will yield to gentle pressure near the stem — if you wait until it’s soft around the middle, it'll be over-ripe.

    Sweet Home Ala-Banana

    It's sweet, colourful and delicious. Often known as a power food, banana is a great first-food for baby as it's easy on tiny tummies, tasty to the palate and there's no cooking whatsoever! Banana has a natural prebiotic, a compound that nourishes good bacteria in the stomach. It's also high in fibre, is an excellent source of vitamin C, and contains potassium that can help sleep.

    Did you know

    A cluster of bananas is called a ‘hand’, a single one, a ‘finger'. Bananas don’t grow on trees, they actually come from a root structure that's called a perennial herb. And the banana itself is not a fruit but a berry. That’s just bananas!  

    Let it be... Blueberry

    Blueberry is often considered the healthiest super fruit because of its high levels of antioxidants and vitamins. The deep, brilliant blue colour of blueberry comes from flavonoids that are good for the eyes and urinary tract. This mama fruit contains vitamin C, manganese and fibre, and is a great boost for the immune system.

    Did you know

    Blueberries are the only foods that have a natural blue colour (go on, try to think of some more!) and they used to be boiled in milk to make grey paint.

    Pump’kin up the Volume

    Pumpkin should really be a fruit as it contains seeds. Either way it's a winner with us as it has an abundance of antioxidants and vitamins. Pumpkin is a great source of calcium and magnesium which aids bone growth. It also contains vitamin A and beta carotene, which is good for the eyes. It really is a pump’kin good food.

    Did you know

    It was once believed that pumpkin could remove freckles. And don't forget the fairy tale ending — we won't suggest your little pumpkins will turn into magical coaches, but they will give little ones a tasty treat.

    Sweet Potato of Mine

    Rich in antioxidants and natural sweetness, sweet potato is a perfect first food for tiny tots as it’s high in fibre and easy on the digestive system. This root vegetable is packed with beta-carotene, and vitamin A, which is good for the eyes. It’s also a good source of potassium and calcium and contains vitamin D.

    Did you know

    The sweet potato is native to Central America and was discovered by Christopher Columbus on his first voyage in 1492. Columbus, however, was late to the party though, as remains of sweet potatoes have been found in Peru dating back to 8000 BC — so these tasty tubers have definitely stood the test of time!

    Living on a Pear

    With its sweet delicate taste, pear is one of the least allergenic fruits and a great first food — which is why we love it so much. A rich supplier of antioxidants, pear is high in fibre and bursting with vitamins B and C. It's also brimming with calcium and magnesium, which are good for bones and potassium which helps with constipation.

    Did you know

    Pears are a magical fruit as they ripen from the inside out. They also ripen better off the tree. So how can you tell when your pear is perfectly ripe? It will yield to gentle pressure near the stem — if you wait until it’s soft around the middle, it'll be over-ripe.

    Sweet Home Ala-Banana

    It's sweet, colourful and delicious. Often known as a power food, banana is a great first-food for baby as it's easy on tiny tummies, tasty to the palate and there's no cooking whatsoever! Banana has a natural prebiotic, a compound that nourishes good bacteria in the stomach. It's also high in fibre, is an excellent source of vitamin C, and contains potassium that can help sleep.

    Did you know

    A cluster of bananas is called a ‘hand’, a single one, a ‘finger'. Bananas don’t grow on trees, they actually come from a root structure that's called a perennial herb. And the banana itself is not a fruit but a berry. That’s just bananas!  

    Let it be... Blueberry

    Blueberry is often considered the healthiest super fruit because of its high levels of antioxidants and vitamins. The deep, brilliant blue colour of blueberry comes from flavonoids that are good for the eyes and urinary tract. This mama fruit contains vitamin C, manganese and fibre, and is a great boost for the immune system.

    Did you know

    Blueberries are the only foods that have a natural blue colour (go on, try to think of some more!) and they used to be boiled in milk to make grey paint.