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    Snacks for babies and toddlers | Gerber®

    GERBER baby snacks - for 6 months and up

    GERBER baby snacks are made with carefully selected, 100% wholesome ingredients. Easily dissolvable and perfectly shaped and sized for picking up - GERBER baby snacks are designed by experts with your little one’s development and good nutrition in mind.

    GERBER baby snacks are: 

    • Designed to dissolve easily and perfectly sized for little hands 
    • Crafted with wholesome ingredients like whole grains, and real fruit & veggies*
    • Made with no artificial colours or flavours 

    *Ingredients vary by product.  


    • They’re age appropriate

      Their size and texture was designed by experts to encourage early chewing – ideal for babies at this stage. The star shape isn’t a happy coincidence – the special ridges allow for more contact in baby’s mouth, so they start to dissolve right away. The star shape also makes them easy to pick up so they’re perfect for pincer practice. They’re a fun touch and taste experience for baby’s senses.

    • They’re a wholesome choice

      There’s no added salt*. They’re an excellent source of important nutrients, like iron and zinc**. They’re made with whole grain. They don’t make much mess – no bib required.

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    Did you know

    Cereal-based foods specifically designed for babies under 12 months are not allowed to contain added salt. That’s because baby foods have extra strict nutrition guidelines in Canada.

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