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Gerber Graduates Biter Biscuits, 4.44 OZ

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Gerber Graduates Biter Biscuits Made with Whole Grain

I go back and forth with the Gerber biter biscuits. I have used them with my one of my kids in the past when they were a baby and they were just okay. I did like that these were individually wrapped and that I could pop them into my purse or a diaper bag when we were on the go. They are shaped in a way that is easy for a young child to hold onto. Babies and toddlers like these and seem to enjoy eating them. My problem with these biscuits is that they you do have to watch the child the whole time that they are eating these because bits break off and can be choked on. There were multiple times that big chunks would break off in my child's mouth when eating these. The other thing is that these are so messy! Even with a bib you will end up having to wipe every area of your child down and possibly change their clothes. These are so gooey and cause a lot of clean up. These for me where a once in awhile thing. If I have another child I probably wouldn't use them again. It's just not worth the hassle.

Quality of Ingredients
The ingredients were okay.

Safety
These are not a very safe snack. There are other snacks for babies out there that are much safer. The chunks that can break off can lead to choking.

I go back and forth with the Gerber biter biscuits. I have used them with my one of my kids in the past when they were a baby and they were just okay. I did like that these were individually wrapped and that I could pop them into my purse or a diaper bag when we were on the go. They are shaped in a way that is easy for a young child to hold onto. Babies and toddlers like these and seem to enjoy eating them. My problem with these biscuits is that they you do have to watch the child the whole time that they are eating these because bits break off and can be choked on. There were multiple times that big chunks would break off in my child's mouth when eating these. The other thing is that these are so messy! Even with a bib you will end up having to wipe every area of your child down and possibly change their clothes. These are so gooey and cause a lot of clean up. These for me where a once in awhile thing. If I have another child I probably wouldn't use them again. It's just not worth the hassle.

Quality of Ingredients
The ingredients were okay.

Safety
These are not a very safe snack. There are other snacks for babies out there that are much safer. The chunks that can break off can lead to choking.

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  • Gerber Graduates Biter Biscuits, 4.44 OZ
      $34.73   $31.57 USD  

  • gerber biter biscuits discontinued - Mamapedia

    My son has eight teeth and is learning to pick up food and put it in his mouth. I love to give him **Gerber Graduates Biter Biscuits **because he can hold it...

    The Gerber Biter Biscuits are a great snack food for toddlers. They are very easy to hand, and the also make it easy for my toddler to self-feed. I would first caution that these are especially meant for toddlers, that means a child probably at least in the 15-month age with a couple of teeth and walking. The thing that I would see most unsafe about this product would be if your child "gums" off too big of a piece and then tries to swallow it without giving it time to dissolve. They do dissolve somewhat quickly, but not as quickly as something like a rice husk. So be careful about these types of products with younger babies. If you try it, sit and watch your child eat them. Don't leave a child alone to feed himself! See how they go about eating it and then guide and direct them to keep chewing if you need to. I also really wish that Gerber would make more snack products without GMOs in them. There is a long of unnecessary junk ingredients in their Graduates line of products. I prefer feeding my baby more natural ingredients.

    Quality of Ingredients
    Need to be GMO free!

    Safety
    Safe for the age they are intended, an older toddler. Don't feed these to babies, please.