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Toddlers like foods that are tasty, yet easy to eat without help. Once your child has teeth and can bite through a variety of textures, it may be time for Gerber Graduates. This line offers a variety of foods for toddlers and growing children. It combines toddler-preferred flavors in easy-to-hold shapes that are ideal for developing and mastering self-feeding.
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review by . September 13, 2000
Pros: The idea of sneaking veggies in a cracker     Cons: beets and sweet potatoes, kids do not like them     Gerber Graduates for Toddlers Veggie Crackers come in a four ounce box selling at $1.79 and up. They are shaped with six edges the size of a quarter. The color is a nice mixture of tomato and celery with eight little holes in each cracker.      The box says that they now have Iron and Zinc. I have been purchasing these for several …
review by . May 05, 2000
Pros: My kids eat these - and only these     Cons: WHERE ARE THEY??     I will start out by saying that this product is a Toddler Food and not baby food as stated in the heading. Gerber Graduates are for toddlers.       My two preschoolers have been consuming this product for over two years now. The last three months they have disappeared. At the same time these coupons in the Red Smart Source machines in the aisles starting printing out …
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