Gerber just introduced some new dinner purees with DHA, which helps brain and eye development, and reintroduced their organic cereals. (Gerber had recalled their organic cereal over a year ago due to lumps which could have caused a choking hazard, but the company brought it back after making several changes to the manufacturing process.)
I had a chance to sample the new Gerber Organic Whole Grain Oatmeal and the Gerber Organic Whole Grain Brown Rice Cereals. These cereals were smooth and lump-free, and baby obviously enjoyed every bite.
I also tested the Gerber 2nd Foods With DHA Macaroni and Cheese with Vegetables Dinner and Gerber 2nd Foods Organic Chicken with Country Vegetables and Rice. The Mac & Cheese was baby’s clear favorite (perhaps because of all the mac & cheese I ate during my pregnancy), but I can feel good about serving him this version since it has veggies and DHA.
I save money on my grocery bills by clipping coupons, and that’s one reason I often serve Gerber baby food. I registered online with Gerber to get coupons by mail, and I check the Gerber site to print out coupons regularly. The Gerber Organic Cereal ($2.89) and the 2nd Foods Dinners ($0.79) are an affordable option for moms who want to serve baby healthy food on a budget.