Organic Oatmeal Hot Cereal

5.3 oz box

Retail Price: $4.69


Our Price: $2.65 (Save 43%)

5.3 oz box

Why You’ll Love It

In our continuous effort to provide the highest quality baby food for our Earth's Best families, we provide an excellent source of iron (45%) in all our baby cereals. Sufficient iron intake is essential during the first 6 months of life for the proper growth and development of infants. In addition, Earth's Best uses only organically grown whole grains for your baby's natural nutrition and no genetically engineered ingredients, salt, refined sugars, or preservatives. This is just one way Earth's Best hopes to make a long-lasting positive impact on your baby's health.
SKU: 023923900172

About This Brand

Earth’s Best was founded in 1985 as one of the first companies of its kind that offered wholesome, pure, organic baby food. The founders, Ron Koss and Arnie Koss, are proud their business has been around for more than 30 years, and has continued to grow and provide 31 different products that encompass organic formulas, snacks, meals and even earth-friendly baby body products. These foods feature nutritious fruits handpicked from organic orchards, fresh vegetables, and recipes made without over-processed or genetically modified ingredients. As part of its mission of helping children grow up with the freshest and purest products possible, Earth's Best has grown beyond providing only baby foods to also serving the dietary needs of children. Their products are so in-demand that they have sold more than 300 million items to families just over the last few years. Earth’s Best prides itself on ensuring its production processes and packaging are only up to the best standards. It also...
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Ingredients

Organic whole oat flour, organic rolled oats, tocopherols (vitamin E). amylase (enzyme) and electrolytic iron.


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Serving Size 4 tbsp Servings Per Container 16

Amount Per Serving

Calories 50 Calories from Fat 0

% Daily Value*
Total Fat 0g
Trans Fat 0g
Sodium 0mg
Total Carbohydrate 9g
Dietary Fiber <1g
Sugars 0g
Protein 2g 6%

Vitamin A 0%
Vitamin C 0%
Calcium 0%
Iron 45%

May contain traces of wheat.

Reviews For Organic Oatmeal Hot Cereal

Based on 5 Reviews

TMom

Love this! Baby can't get enough! And it's quick and super easy! We add a little apple sauce and its yummy!

- Tammy Pigott

yum!

This is the first cereal we tried with our 6 month old, and she loves it. Texture is great, easy to make, and actually tastes good too.

- alexandra

TMom

Fast, easy, and baby loves it!

- Tammy

Baby food

Great starter food or for mixing with other fruits or veggies. The price is the best on Thrive.

- Kimberly

Great product

I give my baby only earths best products. she loves the oatmeal and I love it because I don't have to worry about GMO's or other harmful things!

- Lana

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