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    Don't like them. The juices should be pulled from the shelves and re-packaged without the teat. Not a huge fan of the water either, a friend of mine's daughter bit through the teat which could have been a choking hazard. Glad Woolies is pulling the juice from their shelves!!

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    Default Bebi drinks. What do think?

    What a stupid idea.
    Its one use disposable packaging annoys the cr@p outa me (as if we need anymore to throw away)
    Baby's shouldn't drink juice out of a bottle, every dentist will tell u this. (my mum works in kids dental and this is her pet hate)
    The water would be ok but isn't it just as easy and not to mention less expensive to prepare a bottle ahead?

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    I was just in the water juice conundrum myself, DD is 7 and a half months and refuses water, no big deal as she's breastfeeding but we went on a holiday and some days it was really hot, I was getting worried so as I was shopping for baby items I spotted baby apple juice and gave it a go... Of course she loved it and it really relieved me that she was hydrating (id take the diluted juice and diluted some more!) anyway now we're home and I don't want to get her hooked on juice so I'm going to try water again... Hopefully she'll come to like it (reassuring to see that some older babies still refuse water)

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    Default Bebi drinks. What do think?

    I signed that petition before I seen this thread. So happy to read they are pulling it from the shelves!


 

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