The Best for Babies

Consumers can be very different, and infants and young children are vulnerable with specific nutrition and safety requirements. Baby foods are formulated and produced to meet these needs in the best possible way. The weaning period, crucial for the move from an exclusive diet of breast milk, to one of solid foods with a wide range of tastes and textures, should take place gradually with products that ensure correct amounts of all nutrients. An adequate, adapted nutrition profile, minimum number of additives, lack of artificial colours and preservatives are the most important characteristics of baby foods, which can be chosen in total confidence. Moreover, no quantity of harmful substances can be present. That’s why laws, or the application of precautionary principles, request their absence or sets stringent safe and mandatory standards for contaminants, such as nitrates, mycotoxins, heavy metals and pesticide residues.
Baby foods, easily identified by the recommended age on their labels, cover several categories of foods: cereals, pasta, biscuits and rusks, strained meat or fish, fruit and vegetables purees, broth and juices. All of the necessary ingredients to build a varied and balanced diet tailored to your baby.