Our FIRST FLAVOURS purées are perfect for introducing delicately puréed fruit to babies at the beginning of their lifelong food journey.
Certified organic, natural, free from artificial additives, genetically modified ingredients, unnecessary salt and sugar. Delicious!
We created Little Bellies to feed all children nothing but the best quality food, free from artificial additives, genetically modified ingredients, unnecessary salt and sugar, especially during the formative years of child development.
Our FIRST FLAVOURS for 4+ months are delicate, single-ingredient fruit purées, perfect for introducing solids to babies at the beginning of their lifelong food journey.
Babies’ palates are clean slates, so we think it’s important that we help to start things off on the right track by using only subtle, gentle and natural flavours.
Our fruit purees for 4+ months are certified organic, natural, and free from artificial additives, genetically modified ingredients, and unnecessary salt and sugar.
We only work with certified organic ingredient suppliers and product manufacturers to make our 4+ months baby pouch range.
We will visit and review each and every single one of our suppliers before we agree to partner with them. We meet their team, discuss our requirements, learn from their expertise and take time to form meaningful and lasting relationships to ensure the highest level of quality control of manufacturing processes and facilities.
Create a comfortable feeding environment, ensuring your baby is safely seated in a high chair. We don’t recommend high chairs that lean back as this can increase a baby’s risk of choking. Ideally, you will want to look for a high chair that gives 90-degree positioning for the back and hips, 90-degree positioning for the knees and 90-degree positioning for the ankles.
At 4 months, babies won’t eat much and will do a lot of exploring instead. So, it’s good to start with simple, single-ingredient flavours as babies are mostly learning at this stage.
Start with 1-2 tablespoons and offer more if they finish. Allow your baby’s hunger and fullness cues to guide you in determining how much to offer.
For more information about starting solids, please read our article Introducing Solids to a Baby: A Guide for Parents and Baby Development Milestones Unpacked: A Comprehensive Age & Stage Guide to Natural Development.