Holle "Bio-Babybrei" Babymusli Baby Cereal myorganiccompany

Holle "Bio-Babybrei" Babymusli

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Holle Organic Baby Muesli Porridge

Holle Organic Baby Muesli Porridge is loaded with whole grain wheat and oats, both excellent sources of fiber and protein. Holle, one of the oldest baby food manufacturers in Europe, the goodness of whole grains delicately and without the use of a harsh refinement process. Banana, raspberry, and apple amp up the flavor factor of this delicious and easy to prepare infant cereal. Porridge can be prepared with water, formula, breast milk or cow's milk and served immediately after baby's bottle or breast milk feedings.

Every ingredient, from farm to finished product, is minimally processed to preserve essential nutrients. Natural, organic ingredients are not genetically modified or enhanced.


  • Manganese and fiber rich whole grain wheat
  • Fiber and antioxidant packed oat flakes
  • Flavorful banana, raspberry and apple
  • Easy to digest
  • Prepare multiple ways
  • Dairy free
  • NO added sugars
  • Minimally processed
  • Manufactured by trusted brand

Organic cereal porridge for infants 6th month’s 

Part of a full-fledged diet, Delicate organic whole meal flakes, Easy to prepare, gluten, unsweetened.


Demeter Wheat Whole Meal Flakes** 82%, demeter Oatmeal** 7%, Bananas fruit powder* 6%, Raspberry flakes* 3%, (Pure Raspberry*, Wheat flour*), Apple pieces* 2%, Thiamin (Vitaminized according to law)

*from organic agriculture

**from biodynamic agriculture

Egg white’s, Salt, Sodium, Thiamin, Carbohydrates

1naturally contains sugar

2 one pack gives about 10 servings of half-milk-mush according to the recipe.

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