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It is ok after 12 months, isn't it? Mum said today she'd seen 'not suitable under 2 years' on some jars -- ???
As far as I know it's OK after 12 months - I've been giving it to DD, so I hope so!
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Or I think some people are allergic...?
The 2 year thing sounds like the makers covering themselves though.
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