Win Organix meals for your baby!
Delicious and healthy, Organix keeps it real with the launch of 100 per cent Organic Veg Pouches. Plus there are 11 new tasty recipes in its range of baby meals in jars.
Tasty and healthy for baby, the smooth vegetable purées, main meals and desserts, are all about real foods that taste and look as they should – real recipes made from real, natural ingredients.
Baby can taste the broccoli and the carrots in the new veg pouches, because there's nothing else in them to mask the flavour of the real ingredients. The Spaghetti Bolognese meal in a jar contains only pasta, beef, tomatoes and herbs, so it looks, smells and tastes like Spaghetti Bolognese should. Deliciously tasty.
New Organix vegetable meal pouches: made with pure 100 per cent organic vegetables, with nothing else added, these Stage 1 (4+months) veg dishes taste of their real ingredients. The smooth purées are perfect for first weaning and introducing baby to savoury foods and the real taste of vegetables. Available in three delicious flavours: Organic Parsnips, Spinach & Broccoli; Organic Butternut Squash, Sweetcorn & Carrots; Organic Sweet Potato, Red Peppers & Swede.
In a convenient pouch, the purées can be squeezed straight onto a spoon, perfect for mum when she's out and about. RRP: 95p
Organix also have 11 new recipes in jars: four recipes for stage 1 (from 4 months), five for stage 2 (from 7 months) and two for stage 3 (from 10 months), to help extend baby’s taste for different flavours and textures during weaning.
Made with 100 per cent real, natural ingredients, they give mum baby foods that taste of the real thing. RRP: 65p - £1.15 per jar.
The new baby meals all come with the Organix No Junk Promise, a guarantee to mum the foods are safe, pure, nutritious and contain no added salt, thickeners or preservatives.
For a chance of winning a £10 voucher for Organix baby foods just answer this question:
How many varieties are there of the new Organix veg pouches?
Winners will be the senders of the first ten correct emails opened at random after 4pm on Wednesday 23 March, 2011. Only one entry per household.