Heinz baby food 49p each or 12 for £3 @ Asda
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Heinz baby food 49p each or 12 for £3 @ Asda

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Found 11th Mar 2014
Nationwide pretty good deal 12 tins for £3

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always been that in asda

been buying these for 2 years now from asda and always been that price

Original Poster

Sorry I didn't know

cheaper at lidl 3 for 65p

I didn't know so heat from me

Not sure why anyone would want to give this stuff to a kid, they are capable of eating normal food and healthier too. Why do people by this stuff.

sorry to rain on ur parade but these have always been 12 for £3.00 since like forever!!!

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ontheqt

Not sure why anyone would want to give this stuff to a kid, they are … Not sure why anyone would want to give this stuff to a kid, they are capable of eating normal food and healthier too. Why do people by this stuff.



Well giving food to a child under 6 months is hard, this has the right consistency and the added vitamins/minerals needed for growth. Plus heinz baby food are free from any artificial flavours/colours etc

But I agree with you why people would still carry on feeding when the child is a year old when the child is fully capable of eating normal food

Ew cheap nasty rubbish

ashraf86uk

Well giving food to a child under 6 months is hard, this has the right … Well giving food to a child under 6 months is hard, this has the right consistency



Weaning guidelines suggest food from 6 months and normal meals too rather than puree

Giving food to a child under 6 months = breast milk = 'the right consistency and all the vitamins/minerals needed for growth'

suzhayes

Giving food to a child under 6 months = breast milk = 'the right … Giving food to a child under 6 months = breast milk = 'the right consistency and all the vitamins/minerals needed for growth'



Totally agree, however a bit harsh a statement that will no doubt generate some comments!!

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suzhayes

Giving food to a child under 6 months = breast milk = 'the right … Giving food to a child under 6 months = breast milk = 'the right consistency and all the vitamins/minerals needed for growth'



Which is great but after 3-4 months you really should introduce well not solids but something filling

ashraf86uk

[quote=suzhayes]Which is great but after 3-4 months you really should … [quote=suzhayes]Which is great but after 3-4 months you really should introduce well not solids but something filling



I cant believe doctors and health visitors have told you to give your baby solids at 3-4 months!
Perhaps you were told that due to your own childs specific medical needs, but the general recommendation is no solids til 6 months is best, of course this is not the place to discuss childrens health and wellbeing and you should speak to your gp.
Edited by: "ellie27" 12th Mar 2014

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ellie27

I cant believe doctors and health visitors have told you to give your … I cant believe doctors and health visitors have told you to give your baby solids at 3-4 months! Perhaps you were told that due to your own childs specific medical needs, but the general recommendation is no solids til 6 months is best, of course this is not the place to discuss childrens health and wellbeing and you should speak to your gp.



If you look on the container of these tins they are for children aged 4 months and above, I have raised 2 children who are 5 and 6 years old so I don't believe guidelines are applicable for everyone, also there are no strict guidelines by the nhs or NICE telling parents to only breast feed for first 6 months! It is really up to the patent and their common sense, if they feel only milk is not nourishing the child then you can introduce solids, and by solids I mean puréed food not chuck an apple and expect the child to eat it

ashraf86uk

If you look on the container of these tins they are for children aged 4 … If you look on the container of these tins they are for children aged 4 months and above, I have raised 2 children who are 5 and 6 years old so I don't believe guidelines are applicable for everyone, also there are no strict guidelines by the nhs or NICE telling parents to only breast feed for first 6 months! It is really up to the patent and their common sense, if they feel only milk is not nourishing the child then you can introduce solids, and by solids I mean puréed food not chuck an apple and expect the child to eat it



You don't seriously believe for a second that heinz actually has your child's best interests at heart do you? Do you actually know what is in those? At leat 50% is cornflour and water, hardly nutrient rich is it?

24p standard price in Aldi!

suzhayes

Giving food to a child under 6 months = breast milk = 'the right … Giving food to a child under 6 months = breast milk = 'the right consistency and all the vitamins/minerals needed for growth'



Not meaning to start a debate but some people are physically unable to bread feed despite every nursery nurse & health visitor trying to help me. It's quite depressing & even more annoying when people like urself don't understand & just quote breast is best. Nothing wrong with my two boys now & have developed better & healthier than some of those that were breastfed.

honestly what business is it of anyones what age people introduce a variety to their babies diet. how the **** do yous think we all survived without interference from government guidelines. all my kids were given baby rice at 3 month and there is nothing wrong with them. some folk need to keep their nose out and get a grip

obv this site thinks scottish slang is swearing coz Its blanked out a word lol

I breastfed as did a number of friends and I will say now that in my opinion the whole breast is best thing is a load of **** and if there's one thing I can't stand its people that spout about like formula is some nasty thing and breastfeeders have somehow made better choices for their child. my friends children who formula fed have no allergies, no skin conditions yet those of us who breastfed have children with some or all of those so I will never buy into it and wish those that spout about it would keep their opinions to themselves particularly on sites like this where its of no relevance whatsoever. breastfeed if u like but stop acting like its some kind of sodding crusade....and breathe.

and as for weaning yes the guidelines ATM are six months. ten years ago it was four months. every child's different hence why its merely a guideline. no doubt in ten years it will be different again,

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daisysmama

I breastfed as did a number of friends and I will say now that in my … I breastfed as did a number of friends and I will say now that in my opinion the whole breast is best thing is a load of **** and if there's one thing I can't stand its people that spout about like formula is some nasty thing and breastfeeders have somehow made better choices for their child. my friends children who formula fed have no allergies, no skin conditions yet those of us who breastfed have children with some or all of those so I will never buy into it and wish those that spout about it would keep their opinions to themselves particularly on sites like this where its of no relevance whatsoever. breastfeed if u like but stop acting like its some kind of sodding crusade....and breathe.



Totally agree with you!

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Sluisdejesus91

You don't seriously believe for a second that heinz actually has your … You don't seriously believe for a second that heinz actually has your child's best interests at heart do you? Do you actually know what is in those? At leat 50% is cornflour and water, hardly nutrient rich is it?



We can bash Heinz or sma or cow and gate blah blah but at the end of the day they are in this industry and I was bought up on it, my daughters have been bought up on it and I'm sure the future children will be bought up on it! I've tried going the "natural" route of purée fruits myself unfortunately my girls would eat it, as long as they are eating Heinz and growing up then that's all that matters to me

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*Wouldn't

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Sluisdejesus91

You don't seriously believe for a second that heinz actually has your … You don't seriously believe for a second that heinz actually has your child's best interests at heart do you? Do you actually know what is in those? At leat 50% is cornflour and water, hardly nutrient rich is it?



Skimmed Milk (41%),Water ,Rice (14%) ,Sugar ,Egg (4%) ,Vegetable Oil ,Cornflour ,Natural Flavouring

suzhayes

Giving food to a child under 6 months = breast milk = 'the right … Giving food to a child under 6 months = breast milk = 'the right consistency and all the vitamins/minerals needed for growth'



Breast is best

Cheaper at Aldi and lidl
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