Baby Gourmet Juicy Pear and Garden Greens Baby Food
6 months+ 128 mL
Struggling to feed your baby green veggies? This baby food combines broccoli and spinach with sweet, creamy pear to make it delicious!

  • 140% daily allowance of Vitamin C per serve
  • Organic
  • No Added Sugar, No Added Salt
  • Gluten Free
  • Nut Free
  • No Fillers
  • Kosher
  • BPA Free Packaging
Ingredients: Organic Pear, Organic Broccoli, Organic Spinach, Ascorbic Acid, Organic Lemon Juice Concentrate ​

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Barbara: more than a year ago

My 5 year old problem eater loves this puree! Although hesitant at first

Laura: more than a year ago

This is the first solid food I introduced to my son at 4 months old. He gobbled it up. The only downfall is that you must consume within 24 hours which is too much for his little belly.

Yi: more than a year ago

We started giving it to my son when he was 6 month old; he's one year now, and this one is still his favorite!

Jayne: more than a year ago

Strong broccoli aftertaste, which is kind of weird and my baby doesn't like it. Wish he did, because it's very healthy. Might be best to try one first from a store before having to buy in multiples of 6.

Amélie: more than a year ago

My baby loves it and it help to pass meat for baby who hate it like mine.

Marisa: more than a year ago

My baby loves this and so do I!

Selena: more than a year ago

This is great - the vitamin C content is very high because of the ascorbic acid used to preserve the pears. And it's one of the few mixes that contain organic greens. I wish they'd make more of this type - apples & greens, prunes & greens, etc!

ANDi: more than a year ago

I really like this product for traveling! My seven month old loves it, and has learned to suck it out of the package like a juice box. It reallly is not very messy. My only thought is that it would be nice to have this kind of option in a straight veggie, either on it's own (carrots for instance) or without the fruit, which makes it quite sweet. I personally think it is too sweet to give for each meal, but it is great for traveling and for a treat.

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