ALLNutri 8 CEREALS NO ADDED SUGAR is made by special processes and it is not required cooking during the preparation. The thin flakes make the dissolution easy.

It is a nutritious product and very tasty, easy to prepare and practical. It may be prepared in a variety of ways, such as porridge, either with fruits or as a shake.

The cereal base contains important nutrients for the development of children, such as fiber, vitamins and minerals.

Ingredients after preparation : Wheat flour enriched with iron and folic acid, rice flour, corn flour enriched with iron and ferric acid, triticale flour, oats flour, barley flour, rye flour, premix of minerals and vitamins (Maltodextrin, iron (diphosphate ferric), Vitamin C (L-ascorbic acid), zinc (zinc sulfate), Vitamin A (retinyl palmitate), Vitamin E (D-alpha-tocopheryl acetate), Niacin (nicotinamide), Vitamin D (cholecalciferol), Pantotenic acid (D-calcium pantothenate), Vitamin B1 (thiamine mononitrate), Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine hydrochloride) and Folic acid (N-pteroyl-L-glutamic acid)), quinoa flour, tricalcium phosphate and flavoring. Contains Gluten.

Allergen Information: Contains derivatives of wheat, oats, rye and barley. May contain milk and soy.

Preparation mode: In a plate add 1 cup (180 ml) of warm whole milk, gradually add 3 tablespoons (21g) of ALLNutri 8 Cereals Zero Added Sugar Porridge, mix and consume.

Características Nutricionais Aveia e Ameixa

Características Nutricionais Aveia e Ameixa

Composition in 21g Portion of 21g (3 soup spoons) %VD*
Energy value 69kcal = 291kJ
Carbohydrates 15g
Proteins 2,0g
Total fats 0,2g
Saturated fats 0g
Trans fat 0g
Dietary fiber 1,0g
Sodium 5mg
Calcium 62mg 16%
Iron 3,2mg 36%
Phosphorus 33mg 12%
Vitamin A 144µg 36%
Vitamin B1 0,11mg 36%
Vitamin B6 0,04mg 36%
Vitamin C 11mg 36%
Vitamin E 0,54mg 20%
Niacin 0,80mg 20%
Folic acid 17µg 36%
Vitamin D 1,8µg 36%
Panthotenic Acid 0,65mg 36%
Zinc 1,5mg 36%

(*) Daily values ​​recommended for children from 7 to 11 months (Resolution 269/05)
(-)DV not established

The Ministry of Health warns: After six months of age, continue breastfeeding your child and offer new foods.