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macneil macneil 6 years
I've spent the last year in California, and I have to say that what I find frustrating is the lack of short-cut organic baby & toddler food products. There are really limited ranges, but everything seems to have cane syrup added, all the drinks, there are no little pouch smoothies in the refrigerated section, no tiny rice cakes sweetened by fruit purees, etc, which are all available in the biggest cheapest supermarkets in the UK. Are you all incredibly good mothers and preparing your own snacks and smoothies? I am self-confessedly lazy, but the tiny rice cakes and smoothies and stuff like that are so much better than, like, Sesame St letter cookies and little wheat biscuit squares, which is all I've found, and concentrated long-life apple juice cartons are the only no-sugar-added drinks I can find. I'd rather give them perishable drinks on the move, and Innocent Smoothies for kids are totally brilliant, like Odessa in tiny paper-pack kid sizes.
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