Maximum 6 units per order
Nestlé CERELAC Oats is another step forward in your baby's journey of nutritional discoveries. CERELAC Oats is a convenient and nutritionally adapted complementary food that contains single grains, making it easy to mix with a teaspoon of your baby’s favourite vegetable or fruit puree. CERELAC contains probiotic, Bifidus BL and is rich in iron, containing on average 70% of the RDI* per serve.
*Recommended dietary intake for infants 6-12 months
Oat Flour (contains Soy) (96%), Maltodextrin, Mineral (Iron), Vitamins (C, Niacin, B6, Thiamin (B1)) Culture (Bifidus).
May contain milk.
CERELAC is made with a special technology called CHE (Cereals Hydrolysed Enzymatically) which breaks down the carbohydrates into smaller components.
Iron: Key mineral that supports the functioning of your baby’s immune system and assists in carrying oxygen within the body, such as the muscles and the brain.
Vitamin C: Key antioxidant and can help the body absorb iron and assist in immune system functioning.
Vitamin B6: Key vitamin that contributes to growth and development and assists in immune system functioning.
Probiotic Bifidus BL: A probiotic similar to those found in the digestive system of breastfed babies.
Include CERELAC as part of a varied diet.
Wash your hands before preparing your baby’s food. Make sure all utensils (spoon, bowl) are thoroughly clean. Boil clean drinking water for 5 minutes. Allow to cool. Measure 90mL and pour lukewarm water^ into your baby’s bowl. Add 21g of CERELAC. Stir until the cereal is a smooth consistency and feed immediately. Discard any uneaten portion.
^ Water can be substituted with baby’s usual milk if desired. When prepared with breast milk, it may become more watery. Reduce quantity of breast milk added to achieve desired consistency.
Extra nutrients will be provided if made up with breast milk or formula.
Close the sachet and box after each use and store, in a cool, dry place. Use within 30 days of opening. Contents may settle.
Mothers should continue breastfeeding during and after introduction of complementary foods. As babies grow at different paces, health professionals should advise the parents on the appropriate time when their baby should start receiving complementary foods.