GERBER® Single-Grain Cereal
Rice

Baby's #1 food source for Iron*, available in an easy-to-use package.

Product highlights

Two servings (about ½ cup) offer 90% of your baby's daily Iron needs
Made with VitaBlocks® Nutrient Blend

· With Iron, Zinc, Calcium, Vitamin C, Vitamin E and six B Vitamins for healthy growth and development.

Less-mess package that's easy to pour, scoop, open and close

*Among the foods your baby eats, GERBER® Cereals are the #1 source of Iron.

Good to know

· No added starch, artificial colors or flavors.
· NutriLock® seal.

Feeding, Preparing & Storing

Completely cooked and ready to serve. Just add liquid.

Baby's First Cereal Feeding
· Mix 1 tbsp. cereal with 4-5 tbsp. of breastmilk or infant formula.

Easy-to-Mix Directions
· Pour or spoon desired amount of cereal in bowl.
· For Baby: Stir in liquid (breastmilk or infant formula) to desired consistency.
· For Toddler: Mix with milk, water, or GERBER® Juice for children over one year of age.
· Serve as-is or warm.
· Discard any unfed cereal.

Microwave Guidelines for Heating
· Mix ¼ cup of cereal with ¼-? cup unheated liquid.
· Warm at MEDIUM (50% power) for 15 to 30 SECONDS.*
· Stir to even out temperature.
· TEST TEMPERATURE before feeding.

Storage: Store in a cool, dry place. Use within 30 days of opening.

*If mixing with milk for children over one year, heat on HIGH POWER for 15 to 20 SECONDS.

Nutrition Information

Nutrition Facts

Ingredients: RICE FLOUR, CALCIUM CARBONATE, AND LESS THAN 2% OF:  SOY LECITHIN, POTASSIUM PHOSPHATE, ASCORBIC ACID (VITAMIN C), ELECTROLYTIC IRON, ZINC SULFATE, ALPHA TOCOPHERYL ACETATE (VITAMIN E),  NIACINAMIDE (A B VITAMIN), RIBOFLAVIN (VITAMIN B2), THIAMIN MONONITRATE (VITAMIN B1), PYRIDOXINE HYDROCHLORIDE (VITAMIN B6),  VITAMIN B12, FOLIC ACID (A B VITAMIN).

Always refer to the product packaging for the most accurate and up-to-date product information.

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