Small pots, canned goods, frozen food ... follow the guide

When it comes to your child's food, you demand the best and that's normal. But how to be sure of the quality of the product and how to keep all its flavor, its freshness and especially its nutritional qualities? Small pots, frozen, canned, fresh ... what differences? Our quiz.

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The small vegetable jars are equivalent to homemade mashed potatoes.

That's right. It's wrong.


These packages have the disadvantage of providing relatively uniform textures. The food is mixed, smoothed and does not reflect the roundness of a pea or the velvety tomato, for example.
Moreover, the little pots have a complex composition (often several vegetables), incompatible with the discovery of a single flavor. Ideally, give one food at a time so that your baby discerns one flavor at a time.