Wafyroos - Multigrain Wafers - Apple, Spinach and Kale
Unlike any other multigrain wafer, these have no added sugar and dissolve easily in your baby’s mouth when they are teething. Bursting with delicious flavours, packed with fibre and an assortment of essential vitamins, they are good for your little one’s daily growth and to support the immune system. These are a snack with ingredients that you can feel good about, as the fibre in the fruits have a satiating effect, filling your baby with good nutritious calories.
- Bio Rice Flour
- Bio Corn Flour
- Bio Buckwheat Flour
- Bio Apple Powder 5%
- Bio Skimmed Milk Powder
- Bio Apple flavour 1.5%
- Bio Spinach Powder 0.26%
- Bio Kale Powder 0.24
- Thiamine (vitamin B1)
Contains milk and dairy products (including lactose)
- Buckwheat: Despite its name, buckwheat is not related to wheat and it is gluten-free, a good source of fibre, and rich in minerals and various plant compounds, especially rutin. As a result, buckwheat consumption is linked to several health benefits, including improved blood sugar control and heart health due to its copper content.
- Apples: These are extremely rich in dietary fibre, important antioxidants, phytonutrients which help to reduce the risk of developing cancer, hypertension, diabetes, and heart disease. Apples contain pectin, a type of fibre that acts as a prebiotic, which means it feeds the good bacteria in your little one’s gut.
- Spinach: This is one of the most nutritious vegetables around, as it is both rich in vitamins and minerals. With its excellent source of calcium, spinach is key to healthy bones and a good source of iron, chlorophyll and carotenoids, which help boost your baby’s immune system and eye development.
- Kale: This is a superfood. It is one of the most nutritious plant foods in existence, as it is loaded with powerful antioxidants and is an excellent source of vitamin C, which is necessary for the synthesis of collagen in your little one’s growing body. It also has vitamin K, which is an important nutrient, critical for blood clotting, and does this by "activating" certain proteins and giving them the ability to bind calcium.