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Veggie Millet Bites

Have you got a little one that's always looking to munch? Then look no further because these Veggie Millet Bites are your new go-to for all mid-meal and snacking occasions. An ultimate bundle of healthy, filling and flavourful bites hand-made and parent-approved for your 6m+ baby.

Made with organic spinach and quinoa, providing your little one with a source of iron and protein. Keeping them active, growing and happier for longer!

Tastes like: Pure health in a snack

Ingredients: Carrots, onion, millet, spinach, kale, quinoa, extra virgin olive oil, psyllium husk, garlic puree, curry powder.

5 plant-based bites per pouch.

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