|Product Dimensions||17.78 x 10.16 x 7.11 cm; 1.94 Kilograms|
Gerber Oatmeal Peach Apple Cereal with Probiotic, 227g
- Probiotics help promote digestive health if eaten daily
- Iron helps support learning ability
- Made with real fruit
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Simple goodness. Bifidus BL Probiotics* *Bifidus BL supports your baby's healthy digestion when eaten on a regular basis.
From the very first time your baby’s chubby little fingers curled around yours— you knew you were all-in. In that moment, you made a promise to do anything to keep her happy, healthy and strong. At Gerber, we make the same promise—to never settle for anything less than the most nutritious, delicious food for your baby. Because, the truth is, you’d do absolutely anything for your baby. And so would we.
Gerber Fruit and Probiotic Infant Cereal
With real fruit and probiotics
Right now, your little one's brain & belly are developing every day. Adding our Fruit and Probiotic cereal to their daily diet is like a 1-2 punch to support their growing bodies: probiotics help promote digestive health if eaten daily, & iron helps support learning ability. Gerber Fruit and Probiotic Cereals also provide baby with yummy nutrition, with 14g Whole Grains per serving and no artificial flavors or sweeteners.
Yummy tastes for a happy tummy
Gerber Fruit and Probiotic Cereals help support your little one's growing digestive system and contain iron to help support their learning abilities.
Gerber Fruit and Probiotic Cereals are crafted to be nutritious with wholesome ingredients like whole grains and real fruit. Gerber Cereals are made with NO artificial flavors or sweeteners, and our ingredients are Non-GMO!
Made for milestones
Your little one is sitting up all by themselves and they’re gaining more control of their hands—you go, baby! They’re also learning how to clear food off a spoon using their upper lip, mash, and drink from a cup. Second foods are a great way to expand their palate and give their little bodies the nutrients they need.