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Gerber Animal Crackers Cinnamon Graham -- 6 oz


Gerber Animal Crackers Cinnamon Graham
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Gerber Animal Crackers Cinnamon Graham -- 6 oz

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Gerber Animal Crackers Cinnamon Graham Description

  • Supports Healthy Growth & Development
  • Good Source of Vitamin E, Iron, Zinc & Calcium
  • Made with Whole Grains
  • Toddler Stage

Nutrition Specially Made for Toddlers

 

You want the best possible nutrition for your child. The Graduates line of toddler meals, drinks and snacks are specially made for toddler development & nutritional needs.

 

Keep Your Child on a Course to Healthy Nutrition

 

Your Child May Be Ready

If She or He

• Stands alone & begins to walk alone

• Feeds self easily with fingers

• Bites through a variety of textures

 

Did You Know?

• About 25% of toddler calories come from snacks

• Graduates Animal Crackers are a great way to make every bite count because they are a good source of 4 vitamins & minerals, have whole grains, and are designed just right for toddlers

 

Good For Toddlers

• 2 g of Whole Grains per serving

• Iron for Healthy Brain Development

• Vitamin E and Zinc for Natural Immune Support

• Calcium for Healthy Bones & Teeth

 

Made For Toddlers

• Perfect for Little Fingers

• Easy to Chew & Swallow

• Toddler Tested & Approved


Directions

This product should only be fed to seated, supervised children who are accustomed to chewing solid foods.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 2 Crackers (7 g)
Servings per Container: About 24
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories30
   Calories from Fat10
Total Fat1 g
   Saturated Fat0 g
   Trans Fat0 g
Cholesterol0 mg
Sodium25 mg
Potassium10 mg
Total Carbohydrate5 g
   Dietary Fiber0 g
   Sugars2 g
Protein0 g
Protein0%
Vitamin A0%
Vitamin C0%
Calcium10%
Iron10%
Vitamin E10%
Zinc10%
Other Ingredients: Whole wheat flour, enriched flour (wheat flour, niacin, reduced iron, thiamin mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid), sugar, ultra low linolenic soybean oil and/or high oleic canola oil and/or high oleic sunflower oil, calcium carbonate, high fructose corn syrup, molasses, sodium bicarbonate, cinnamon, salt, sodium acid phyrophosphate, natural flavor, soy lecithin, ferric orthophosphate (iron), mixed tocopherols (for freshness), alpha tocopheryl acetate (vitamin E), calcium phosphate, zinc oxide, whey (from milk).
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Healthy Snacking for Toddlers: Tips & Tasty Picks!

Snacks can be a nutritious (and delicious) part of your toddler’s diet, providing them with much-needed fuel and helping stave off hunger-related temper tantrums. But if you let your kiddo grab whatever they want to eat whenever they want to eat it, you could be helping to pave the way for a lifetime of dietary struggles. Keep reading for some snacking suggestions for parents and guardians of children ages one to three. Little Girl in Pink High Chair Eating Healthy Snacks for Toddlers | Vitacost.com/blog

Snacking Tips for Toddlers

Model healthy eating

Instead of enjoying a different snack than your toddler, choose the same food that he or she is eating. Your mini me looks up to you and will likely want whatever you’re having—use it as an opportunity to be a good role model!

Put an end to grazing

Instead of allowing your kiddo to snack all day long (which can reduce their appetite at mealtimes), give them two snacks daily at scheduled intervals. If your son or daughter knows that there’s another tasty treat in just a few hours, they’ll be more likely to stop eating when satisfied.

Help them recognize hunger cues

Instead of letting your child walk around or play while snacking, encourage them to sit down at the table and focus on their food. This way, they won’t be too distracted to recognize that feelings of hunger have shifted to satiety. Practicing mindfulness while snacking can also help prevent your toddler from accidentally choking on food.

Remain in control

Toddlers often crave independence, but they still need guidance from Mom and/or Dad. To help avoid a power struggle, give your kiddo two to three healthy snack choices so they can feel as though they are the main decision maker, even though you’re actually in charge. Now that we’ve identified some healthy snacking behaviors, it’s time to identify some healthy snacks for your pint-sized pal. It’ best to skip the candy, cookies and cake (a.k.a. junk food) and focus on balanced snacks containing ingredients from two or three food groups. Healthful choices may include:
  • Plain whole-milk yogurt with berries
  • Whole-grain crackers with cheese
  • Plain rice cakes with mashed avocado
  • Sliced cucumber or peppers with hummus
  • A hard-boiled egg with steamed veggies
You can also try these healthy, tasty, toddler-approved snacks available on Vitacost.com*.

Best Heathy Snacks for Toddlers

Happy Baby Organics Happy Tot® Super Smart Multi-Grain Alphabet Snacks

Available in cinnamon sweet potato and vanilla oat flavors, these organic snacks are rich in flaxseed and “contain 160 milligrams of omega-3 (ALA), an important nutrient during this exciting time of ABCs and 123s!” They're free of gluten and GMOs and were created by nutritionists, pediatricians and real moms! Happy Baby Organics Happy Tot® Super Smart Multi-Grain Alphabet Snacks | Vitacost.com/blog

Beech-Nut Mild Cheddar Baked Cheese Bites

“Made with only real cheese and none of the artificial ingredients you’ll find in other cheese toddler snacks,” these mild cheddar bites are baked to crunchy perfection. And their packaging is perfectly portable, so your little one can enjoy them at home and on the go! Beech-Nut Baked Cheese Bites Mild Cheddar | Vitacost.com/blog

Happy Baby HappyTot Superfoods Stage 4 Organic Toddler Food

Formulated especially for tots, this “tasty blend of organic fruits and chia seeds” is available in a variety of fabulous flavors, including sweet potato, apple, carrot and cinnamon; apples and butternut squash; bananas, peach and mango; and pears, peas and green beans. In addition to containing 3 grams of fiber and 720 milligrams of Omega-3 (ALA), it's an “excellent source of vitamins A and C.” Happy Baby HappyTot Superfoods Stage 4 Organic Toddler Food | Vitacost.com/blog

Gerber Fruit & Veggie Melts

These naturally flavored, melt-in-their mouth, freeze-dried snacks contain three satisfying servings of fruit and veggies per pouch. Made with real yogurt, they’re rich in vitamins A, C and E, and your toddler will love their “truly tropical” taste! Gerber Fruit & Veggie Melts Truly Tropical Blend | Vitacost.com/blog

Sprout Organic Baby Food Wafflez

This “is a new, delicious oven-baked snack for toddlers, made with whole grains and real fruits and veggies!” The handheld waffle snack is free of artificial ingredients, added colors and flavors, concentrates and GMOs, and comes in two tasty varieties: pumpkin butter and jelly and apple carrot cinnamon. Sprout Organic Baby Food Wafflez Pumpkin Butter & Jelly | Vitacost.com/blog

Beech-Nut Naturals Stage 4 Fruity Oat Bars

This simple, gluten-free take on the classic granola bar contains just five ingredients, including dates and dried bananas. “Each box contains five individually wrapped bars, perfect for your little one's lunch box or an anytime healthy snack. And did we mention that they contain no added sugar? Beech-Nut Naturals Fruity Oat Bars Stage 4 Banana | Vitacost.com/blog*Always consult a physician before introducing your toddler to new foods.
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