The Guardian
Sept. 11, 2013

Baby foods made by firms including Cow & Gate, Heinz and Ella’s Kitchen have far fewer nutrients than homemade meals, according to a new study.

Many contain high levels of sugar and some are promoted for use from four months of age – a time when babies should still be on a diet of breast or formula milk.

Babies would need to eat twice as much shop-bought food to get the same energy and protein as meals cooked at home, researchers found.

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