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Wash an infant’s hands before eating. An infant’s hands can pick up harmful micro-organisms, dust and other particles, which may be consumed during eating if not washed away.

To feed a baby safely, the child should be sitting straight up in a comfortable high-chair (or similar chair) and be secured. A baby who is lying down with food or eating while playing, walking, or crawling can choke.

Feed the infant using a spoon. The most appropriate method of feeding pureed or mashed foods to infants is using a spoon. If a child is old enough to self-feed a pouch can be offered, however ensure that you remove the cap and store it safely away from the child.  

De-lish great tasting fruit variants can be added to plain yoghurt for a tasty breakfast or dessert.

 Use a De-lish pouch Custard ,Fruit or Yoghurt pouch as a treat.

De-lish pouches can be partially frozen for a summer snack or pour Delish into ice lolly moulds and have as a summer sucker.

A De-lish pouch cooled in the fridge or freezer can help sore gums during teething.

 De-lish pouches provide energy and many important nutrients, including vitamins.

Read up on some of the frequently asked questions we get

STORAGE INSTRUCTIONS

Store in a cool, dry place
If opened then refrigerate
Use within 24 hours
If this pouch is damaged or inflated then do not use

When is my baby ready for solid foods?

The three signs of readiness for solids are:
Baby can stay in a sitting position and hold their head steady.
Baby can co-ordinate their eyes, hand and mouth so that they can look at the food, pick it up and put it in their mouth by themselves.
Baby can swallow food. Babies who are not ready will push food back out of their mouth

Is home-prepared food better for my baby?

De-lish is manufactured from quality ingredients and nutrients are retained using strict production processes to insure the benefits are kept in the product. 

Goodness of De-Lish ?

De-lish is manufactured from quality ingredients and nutrients are retained using strict production processes to insure the benefits are kept in the product. 

How do I begin to start with solid foods?

Find a time when baby is settled and begin with one teaspoon at a time, slowly increasing the amount depending on your little one. Feed one new food a day and continue for two – four days before starting another new food. This will allow you to assess whether the food is acceptable to your little one.

Introduce a small amount (e.g. about 1 to 2 teaspoons) of a new food at first (this allows an infant to adapt to a food’s flavor and texture). Observe the infant closely for adverse reactions such as rash, wheezing, or diarrhoea after feeding a new food.

How much food should babies eat?

You should allow the baby to determine how much they to eat. Babies show they are interested in consuming additional complementary foods by opening their mouths and leaning forward.

They indicate that they are full and satisfied by:

Pulling away from the spoon, turning their heads away, playing with the food,  sealing their lips, pushing the food out of their mouths or throwing the food on the floor.

The quantity of food a baby eats varies from meal to meal or day to day for an individual baby. Babies may want to eat less food when teething or not feeling well and more food on days when they have a very good appetite. The best guide for how much to feed an infant is following their indications of hunger and fullness.

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