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    Default When can you feed a baby yoghurt?

    Is there a special one for babies?

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    When you introduce solids. Just a plain full fat natural Greek yoghurt is best.

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    Vaalia makes one for 6 months+

    ETA http://www.vaalia.com.au/products/vaalia-for-children/

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    How much should she be getting?

    Thanks for that. Will have a look when I do shopping.

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    I started DS on goats yogurt at 6 months - or as pp said a plain Greek yogurt or jalna - and I just added chopped strawberries or blueberries

    I used to give him cucumber sticks as a dipper and put the yogurt on the end , I started with a few spoons/ dippers and then by about 8 months he'd eat a whole small tub!

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    You can buy vaalia ones as pp said. They are yummy!!! My dd loved them from about 6 months. They are little pouches.

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    Ds started having the vaalia ones at 7 months. I didn't realise you could buy baby ones until I saw them at the supermarket. He tends to have a 70g pouch over the day spread out over breakfast and morning/afternoon tea. Though he can eat the whole lot at one meal.

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    Plain Jalna or Greek yoghurt, we started at 6 months. Watch the sugar content of flavoured yogurts!

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    My bub has the vanilla jalna yoghurt - doesnt like the plain. It does have more sugar but she has it seldom and small amounts. Started at 6months.

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    Yep, can start at 6 months.

    I would say - watch the sugar content. The kids/baby yoghurts generally have way more sugar in them than plain full fat yoghurt. Just remember that there's no need for a specialised 'baby' yoghurt, it's just market segmentation. Break the market into smaller segments with specialised products, and you can sell them for a lot more money,

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