Little Freddie Banana Greek Yoghurt Organic Pouch, 6 mths+ 100g

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Rich & Creamy
"from the rolling hills of Somerset"

Tropical Taste
"simple - yes, but delicious too!"

I've tramped across muddy fields, sunny orchards and along rugged coastlines to hunt down the very best, most nourishing & of course, tastiest ingredients for my little Freddie and your little ones.
(Little Freddie's food-loving Dad)


Organic, Source of fibre, Suitable for vegetarians

Further Description

Unearth more flavours at


Little Freddie


Cannot be Microwaved

Preparation and Usage

Method: Delicious at room temperature or slightly chilled. Do not microwave.

Weaning advice: This meal contains dairy, which makes it best for babies of 6 months and over.

Country of Origin

Produce of the EU


Sunny Fields,
PO Box 74275,
W2 7UQ.

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Sunny Fields,
PO Box 74275,
W2 7UQ.

Package Type


Other Information

Full Product Name:
A smooth blend of bananas and yoghurt

Keep in a cool, dry place. Pop in the fridge after opening and enjoy within 24 hours.

Safety Warning:
Important: To reduce the risk of choking, keep cap away from infants and supervise when eating. If this pouch is damaged or oddly inflated, do not eat - return to us.

Additional Information:
Packaged in a protective atmosphere for freshness.

EU Organic - GB-ORG-02, EU/non-EU Agriculture

Allergen Information

Contains Barley, Contains Cereals Containing Gluten, Contains Milk, Contains Oats


Organic Bananas 50%, Organic Greek Style Yoghurt (Milk) 48%, Organic Wholemeal Oat Flour (Gluten) 1%, Organic Barley Flour (Gluten) 1%, Organic Lemon Juice Concentrate <0.1%

Dietary Information

Suitable for Vegetarians; Organic

Nutritional Data

Typical Valuesper 100g
Energy 433kJ / 103kcal
Fat 4.2g
- Saturates fat2.7g
- Sugars 11.4g
Fibre 1.9g
Protein 2.3g
Salt <0.1g
Contains only naturally occurring sugars