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    I buy the baby tubs of vaalia yoghurt. I know it's more expensive to get it this way but I like the convenience.

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    Jalna

    I used Vaalia baby with dd but looking back it still has too much sugar. Next time it will b plain yogurt with homemade puree

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    Jalna. It has spoon stickability!

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    Jalna for sure! Mmmmmm

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    Jalna biodynamic organic full fat

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    Another one for Jalna

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    Jalna Greek - they have a full version and a low fat version, my son would eat the full version by the tub if I would let him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Funnels View Post
    I buy the baby tubs of vaalia yoghurt. I know it's more expensive to get it this way but I like the convenience.
    i saw these...thought oh they must be good, it says "for babies"! then looked at the sugar and was like woahhhhhh???!!!! how can that be good for a baby?
    so confusing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the very last country song View Post
    i saw these...thought oh they must be good, it says "for babies"! then looked at the sugar and was like woahhhhhh???!!!! how can that be good for a baby?
    so confusing.
    Our MCHN gave me a heads up about this. I couldn't believe it either!

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    We just do the full-fat Greek, too, with variety depending on what's on special. I add it to savoury foods, also, especially if I've heated up food too much.

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