Hot-Kid Baby Mum-Mum Rice Rusks, Original, 24 pieces, (Pack of 6)

By | March 18, 2017

Baby Mum-Mum is the original rice teething biscuit brand in North America. All-natural and free from the top 10 common allergens, Baby Mum-Mum Original rice rusks contain no salt, gluten, corn, wheat, dairy, eggs, or tapioca. Baby Mum-Mum Original rice rusks are fruit juice sweetened, made with no added sugar. Baby Mum-Mum rice rusks are certified Gluten-Free and made without GMO ingredients, making them perfect for teething and for your child’s first solid food. They have a light texture, great taste, and dissolve easily. Baked with no artificial ingredients or preservatives, busy parents on-the-go will love the individual packaging for the convenience and optimum freshness. Baby Mum-Mum rice biscuits come in many flavors, including Original, Vegetable, Banana, Apple & Pumpkin, Organic Original, and Organic Carrot.

Product Features

  • A perfect snack for teething babies!
  • Fruit juice sweetened, no added sugar; no artificial flavors, colors or preservatives
  • Certified gluten-free and no salt added
  • Non-GMO Project Verified
  • Free of top 10 allergens including corn, milk, peanuts, wheat, tree nuts, soy, fish, sesame, eggs and tapioca

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Amazon Customer on 03/18/2017 at 08:05.

As a tool for learning how to eat/feed herself, they’re perfect. My daughter absolutely loves these! She’s been a slow starter when it comes to eating and solids. Most things we attempt to feed her or allow her to feed herself she spits back out at us, sometimes with great enthusiasm and to my great chagrin I end up wearing more than she ends up eating at a given session. These are different. She seems to “get” that they’re food, and loves to chew on them. Her grasp and hand eye control are improving daily, and these are good practice for that…

JP in So Cal! on 03/18/2017 at 08:06.

baby girl loves these my baby girl loves her mum mums at 7 months, grabs them in her little hand and munches away – no teeth but gnaws away as if shes chewing them, but they just melt in her mouth – watch them closely as they start on these, they CAN still choke on them, not to the point of choking to death but they get caught in their throats for a bit sometimes and they will cough cough cough until they learn to eat these or let them dissolve before trying to fully swallow themupdate: My now 13 month old son…

Jennifer K on 03/18/2017 at 08:35.

Nice snacks!