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Certified Plant Based Made Without Soy Clean Label Purity Award

Super Céréale Else, pour les bébés de six mois et plus

Prix habituel
$8.49 CAD
Prix unitaire
Frais d'expédition calculés à l'étape de paiement.

Voici la Super Céréale Else certifiée par le Clean Label Project Purity Award pour les bébés de six mois et plus. Composées à plus de 80 % d'amandes entières, de sarrasin et de tapioca traités de façon minimale, elles offrent une combinaison unique de glucides sans gluten nutritionnellement équilibrés, de protéines végétales (avec les 9 acides aminés essentiels), de graisses insaturées et sont enrichies en fer pour répondre aux besoins des bébés en pleine croissance. Votre bébé grandit vite ; chaque cuillère compte ! Intégrez autant de nutriments que possible à chaque repas en ajoutant les Super Céréales Else.

Certified Plant Based Made Without Soy Clean Label Purity Award

What's Inside

Buckwheat: Nutrient dense, gluten-free pseudograin, primary source of protein and carbohydrate.

Almonds: Primary source of protein, fat, fiber, and Vitamin E.

Tapioca: Easy-to-digest, gluten-free carbohydrate originating from cassava root.


Organic Instant Buckwheat Flour, Organic Tapioca
Maltodextrin, Organic Almond Butter, Organic Mango Powder, Organic Buckwheat Flour, Organic Rapeseed Oil. Less than 2%: Organic Natural Vanilla Flavour, Thiamine Mononitrate (B1), Riboflavin (B2),Niacinamide (B3), Ferric Pyrophosphate, Tricalcium Phosphate, Potassium Iodide, Organic Sunflower Lecithin.

Allergen Information: Contains Tree Nuts (Almonds)

How to use

  1. Place 6 tbsp (30g) of Else Super Cereal in a bowl
  2. Gradually stir in lukewarm liquid (breastmilk, formula or water) to a desired consistency
  3. Serve with a spoon
Super Céréale Else, pour les bébés de six mois et plus


Our Super Cereal offers a gentle introduction to solid foods formulated to be safe from heavy metals and other nasties. Providing essential nutrients in a simple, easy-to-digest form because every calorie counts.


Why should I give my baby cereal?

Baby cereals are recommended among the first solid foods to be introduced around 6 months, and at the beginning of the transition from liquid diet of breast milk or infant formula to solid complementary foods. Cereals provide some benefits to the growing nutritional need of infants at that age; they are excellent source of energy when exclusively breastfeeding can no longer supply all the nutritional requirements. Whole-food based cereals as Else super cereal are naturally high in fibers. Inclusion of iron-fortified cereal on a regular basis is an effective way to supply iron at the beginning of complementary feeding, when the infant’s iron stores are depleting. On top of all those, cereals are an excellent choice for transition to solids as they have a mild taste with semi-solid texture and consistency

Can I put the cereal in my baby’s bottle?

Cereals are one of the first complementary foods for babies around 6 months and up. Those nutrient-dense, developmentally appropriate foods are recommended as a part of the transition from a liquid diet based on breast milk or infant formula to a solid diet based on a verity of foods and textures. Therefore, it is not recommended putting infant cereal or other solid foods in an infant’s bottle. This is also a part of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans to feed infants and young children with appropriate foods for their age and development to help prevent choking.

Is this fortified with iron?

Yes. Each serving of 30 g provides 6 mg of iron, which accounts for 55% of recommended daily values for babies aged 6-12 months.

What is Super in your product?

Else Super Cereal is Clean Label Purity Award certified, made with >80­% Whole Food Ingredients: buckwheat, almonds and tapioca. It is based on a unique combination of nutritionally balanced gluten-free carbohydrates, plant-based protein, unsaturated fats, and more than half of iron daily recommended value for babies 6-12 months.

Should I introduce almonds to my baby before I give them this?

You can use Else Super cereal as a way of almonds introduction. Potentially allergenic foods (e.g., peanuts, egg, cow milk products, tree nuts, wheat and soy) should be introduced when other complementary foods are introduced to an infant’s diet. Almond allergenicity is much lower compared to cow’s milk, which is a well-accepted protein source in infant formula. When introducing a new food it is advised to watch how your child reacts. Consult with your HCP regarding any GI, skin, or respiratory reactions following introduction of the new food.

What Makes Else Different?

made with over
whole food ingredients
Complete nutrition products, made with clean, whole, minimally processed plant ingredients, designed for children to grow healthy and develop naturally.