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    Hi everyone,
    Just wondered which yoghurt you all use for babies? One with minimal sugar I guess?

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    I've always used Valia 'my first yoghurt".

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    I give my DS Jalna yoghurt, he loves it.

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    Jalna or Vaalia here

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    The Vaalia my first yoghurts are a good option sugar-wise. My son has been eating it for years and he's 3.5 yrs old and still loves it

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    We use this one and just add our own fresh fruit for flavour http://www.gippslanddairy.com.au/products_yogurt_5.html

    Aldi has their own organic natural yogurt too and its a little cheaper so we sometimes buy that one.

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    Forgot to say the Gippsland one is sold at Woollies

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    I gave DS goats yogurt which he loved - a lot less sugar and salt i found than cow milk based ones , we did also buy jalna as well and now we buy five:am organic brand ( you can buy from Woolworths) as its organic , low in salt and sugar and comes in those squeeze packs which is great for toddlers!

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    I still wasnt happy with the sugar content in the valia first yoghurts.

    We use Jalna or Paris Creek Farm ( organic)

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    I just get the full-fat natural or Greek yoghurts. They don't have any sugar and you can add to fruit or savoury purées, which is especially handy if you warm up their food too much and need to cool it down in a hurry. Getting it in the big tubs is good value and they have the active cultures that are good for tummies, unlike the flavoured yoghurts. But Littlemissellie, I love the Paris Creek ones for me - how good is their raspberry!?


 

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