Go & Grow by Similac® Baby Food Pouches With OptiGRO™

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Introduction to a wide variety of fruits and vegetables from an early age is an important strategy to improve the quality of children’s diets. As your baby is starting on table foods and snacks, help even your most unpredictable eater get fruits & veggies with easy-to-serve Go & Grow by Similac Pouches with OptiGRO.

Our squeeze pouch has 4 combined servings of sweet potato, apple, and carrot puree. Go & Grow by Similac Pouches with OptiGRO are USDA-certified organic, non-GMO,* have 32 mg of DHA per serving, and no artificial colors, or flavors, or fillers.

The benefits of OptiGRO

Go & Grow by Similac Pouches are the only fruit & vegetable puree pouches for babies with OptiGRO, our brain- and eye-nourishing blend of DHA, Lutein, and Vitamin E in forms similar to common foods.

  • DHA: like that found in fish, for baby’s developing brain
  • Lutein: like that found in spinach, for eye health
  • Vitamin E: like that found in broccoli, for growth and development
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    378 reviews

    Mudah di bawa

    5 out of 5, reviewed on April 21, 2018

    Seperti yang orang tahu kanak-kanak amat gemarkan snek dari makanan yang sihat. Mereka amat terabai dari segi makanan yang sihat. Dengan keaadan ini, saya mencuba Go & Grow by Similac® Baby Food Pouches With OptiGRO™. Ia amat mudah di bawa ke mana sahaja. Pek yang amat menarik dengan warna yang terang. Rasanya juga enak. Ia mempunyai 4 perisa yang berlainan. Terdapat perisa sayur dan buah-buahan. Dengan cara ini amat mudah dan memujuk untuk beri makanan sihat ini kepada anak saya. Ia mengandungi DHA yang tinggi untuk pertumbuhan sel-sel otak berhubung dan Vitamin E untuk kebaikkan kulit dan mata.

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    94 reviews

    Go & Grow by Similac® Baby Food Pouches With OptiGRO™

    5 out of 5, reviewed on September 20, 2017

    Pembungkusan yang mudah untuk dibawa ke mana sahaja.

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    135 reviews

    Great - but watch the sugar content

    4 out of 5, reviewed on August 2, 2017

    We know that most children do not eat enough vegetables so it would be nice if we could get toddlers to enjoy veggies before they become children.

    My oldest is truly the pickiest eater, and is on a constant rotation of milk, mash potatoes, apple, nuggets and egg. However, my son seems to like this stuff and happily slurps it all down since the first time trying.

    The problem with this product is the fruit-veggie mix and the amount of sugar included. Natural vegetables, of course, do not contain much sugar so are you really teaching children to eat veggies if you doctor up the pouched veggies with sugar? And because the pouched veggies contain sugar they are not as healthy as natural vegetables. But it is certainly better than no veggies at all, I will admit.

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