Understanding and Interpreting Baby Food Labels

Written by Worldhide on April 16, 2021 in Uncategorized with no comments.

Understanding how to interpret baby food labels when you walk down the baby aisle at the grocery store will help you sift through the overwhelming array of baby foods. Happily, it’s not as complicated as it may seem. Here’s how it’s done.

Step 1: Choose Age-Appropriate Foods

Most baby food manufacturers label their food with stages to make it easier for consumers to hone in on the foods that are appropriate to their child’s age and developmental stage. Typically, foods are divided into three stages. Stage 1 foods are pureed starter foods designed for four to six-month-olds. Stage 2 foods are strained foods designed for seven to nine-month-olds, and Stage 3 foods are chunkier foods designed for nine to twelve-month-olds.

Step 2: Check the Ingredients

When you shop for yourself, you have to make the choice between healthy foods and junk foods, and it’s no different when you’re shopping for a baby. Use the labels to identify the junk factor in baby foods.

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You can also use baby food labels to identify the good in foods.

Things to look for:

Step 3: Check the Expiration

 

Baby foods generally have a long shelf life, but that doesn’t mean you can count on the foods sitting on the grocery shelf to be in-date. Make a habit of checking the expiration on all baby food items before adding them to your cart. If you come across anything that’s out of date, be sure to bring it to the store’s attention.

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