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Heinz® Smoothie Pear, Berry & Oat + Greek Style Yogurt is great for little adventurers aged 8+ months. Made with no added sugar, this smoothie is a tasty snack for home and is easy to pack for on the go as well.Designed to help little Food Explorers® discover new tastes, Heinz® Smoothie Pear, Berry & Oat + Greek Style Yogurt contains no artificial flavours or colours and no preservatives. It's super easy to serve - simply spoon into a bowl or if you're out and about, it can be squeezed straight onto a spoon.
Suitable For: Adventurer 8+ Months Mashed
Product Claims: No artificial flavours and colours. No preservatives. No added sugar
Flavour: Smoothie - Pear, Berry & Oat
Serving Size: 120g
Servings Per Pack: 1
Serving Suggestion: Simply squeeze into a bowl or onto a spoon and serve. To serve warm, place pouch in bowl of hot water until warm. Prior to serving, shake gently to evenly distribute heat.
KEY FEATURES• Pear, berry and oat smoothie with Greek> • No artificial flavours or colours
Allergen Contains: Milk| Oats| Gluten| Wheat
STORAGE INSTRUCTIONSOnce opened, store in the fridge below 4°C and enjoy within 48 hours. If pouch is damaged or looks unusually inflated, do not feed product to your baby.
Q. Where can I buy Heinz Pear Berry & Oat Smoothie with Greek style Yoghurt Pouch 120g 8m+? A. Heinz Pear Berry & Oat Smoothie with Greek style Yoghurt Pouch 120g 8m+ can be bought online on the Live Healthy Online Store.
Q. What's the origin of this item? A. Heinz Pear Berry & Oat Smoothie with Greek style Yoghurt Pouch 120g 8m+ is imported out of Australia and manufactured by Heinz.
Q. What's the expiry date for Heinz Pear Berry & Oat Smoothie with Greek style Yoghurt Pouch 120g 8m+? A. At the very least, each product has a use by/expiration date between 12-18 months from the date of purchase. We never sell expired products. The length of time for the expiration date or "best used before" date depends on the type of product, as well as the brand. Some perishable items (such as certain probiotics) generally have shorter expiration dates.