Garden Fresh Squeeze Feeder 2 Spoons

by Nuby
Code
00308840000266
Size:2s
R159.95
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Overview

  • Dishwasher safe
  • Perfect for on-the-go
  • Built-in feet keep feeder upright

Description

Because it's safe and easy, the squeeze feeder is great to use anywhere. The protective cover keeps food from leaking, making the squeeze feeder ideal for travel. Simply fill the feeder with the desired amount of baby food or cereal, and give the soft silicone feeder a gentle squeeze. The baby food is allowed to pass through a hole in the spoon's neck and into the bowl of the spoon. Feeding time has never been so easy. Nuby's squeeze feeder is also great for milk and formula.

Directions

Simply fill the soft silicone bottle with your baby rice or puree and gently squeeze until the desired amount of food collects on to the spoon to feed baby.

Dietary Summary

  • Non-toxic
  • Chemical Free
  • Suitable For Babies
  • BPA Free
 

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