Ingredients: Wholegrain sorghum (96%), Golden syrup, Salt, Vitamins (Niacin, Thiamin, Riboflavin, Folic Acid), Antioxidant: Alpha Tocopherols.
Where was this product when the Allergy Brothers were little? Not sure, why it is being marketed as a gluten-free Weetabix substitute, when it seems ideal as a baby and toddler food. The Nutribix can be mushed up with a dairy or non-dairy milk to make a reasonable toddler breakfast. It’s probably not smooth enough for weaning though, although I suppose you are not going to know that your child has a problem with gluten until after you have started weaning them. My only concern would be the levels of sugar and salt, although, according to the NHS Choices site, the levels of salt are not too high. Actually, I wonder why there are not more Free From baby products?! Surely, there must be a market.