Baby Mum-Mum Rice Rusks

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Is your little one ready for solid food? Baby Mum-Mum Rice Rusks are teething biscuits that dissolve easily in your child’s mouth, with no mess! Made with premium Japonica rice and other simple, all natural ingredients, Mum-Mums are free from the top 10 common allergens, and non-GMO, certified gluten-free, and do not contain artificial additives or preservatives. Every child is unique and develops differently, so depending on your child’s progress, you may give Baby Mum-Mums Rice Rusks to your child as soon as he or she is ready for solid food. *Always supervise your child during feeding.

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Mum-Mum products can be found at Walmart, Target, Albertsons, Walgreens, Safeway, Von’s, Winco, Whole Foods, HEB, Kroger, and online at Amazon.com and iHerb.com. For a complete list, visit mummums.com/where-to-buy

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Is your little one ready for solid food? Baby Mum-Mum Rice Rusks are teething biscuits that dissolve easily in your child’s mouth, with no mess! Made with premium Japonica rice and other simple, all natural ingredients, Mum-Mums are free from the top 10 common allergens, and non-GMO, certified gluten-free, and do not contain artificial additives or preservatives. Every child is unique and develops differently, so depending on your child’s progress, you may give Baby Mum-Mums Rice Rusks to your child as soon as he or she is ready for solid food. *Always supervise your child during feeding.
 

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Baby Mum-Mums are the original rice teething biscuit brand in North America, parent trusted for over 25 years. All Baby Mum-Mum teething biscuits are allergen-free, gluten-free and non-GMO Verified.

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