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Organic baby food

Production and use

Baby Organix is based in Christchurch, Dorset, in the south of England. A team of 34 people develops its baby food range.

From the outset, the company's aims were to make a contribution to the world by:

Baby Organix employees all work towards these goals, placing great emphasis on service issues such as clear labelling and first-rate customer care. The company believes that parents have a right to total honesty from the suppliers of the food they feed their children.

There are currently 61 different organic baby foods in the Baby Organix range. These include meals in jars for babies from the age of four months, seven months and twelve months; infant cereals; and baby finger foods. To find out more about how these different foods are used at different stages of weaning, click on the links below.

Feeding from eight months onwards

Start weaning: babies at six months



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