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How to Make Farex Rice Cereal

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Farex Baby Rice Cereal
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Farex Baby Rice Cereal125g

  • No added colours
  • No added flavours
  • No added salt
  • No added sugar
  • No preservatives
  • Rich in Iron
Farex has helped generations of parents feed and nourish their babies.Farex Baby Rice Cereal is a great first food, which is made from ground rice and is iron enriched.
Farex Baby Rice Cereal
Farex Baby Rice Cereal

Ground Rice (98%), Sunflower Oil, Mineral (Iron), Vitamin C, Antioxidant (Herb Extract), Traces of Milk, Wheat & Soy.

How To Prepare:

1. Always wash your hands before preparing food for your baby.

2. Spoon 1 tablespoon of FAREX ® cereal into a clean bowl.

3. Add 2 tablespoons of your baby's usual milk^ or cooled boiled water to make a smooth consistency.

4. Gradually increase the thickness of the cereal and increase amount according to your baby's appetite.

5. Throw out uneaten cereal.

^ When mixing with breast milk, it is normal for rice cereal to become watery. You may want to add slightly more cereal.

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