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Baby aged 6months +? Testers needed for HiPP Organic jars - £300 voucher to be won for feedback NOW CLOSED

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JustineBMumsnet (MNHQ) Thu 30-Nov-17 17:06:21

HiPP Organic has asked us to find 250 Mumsnetters with a baby aged 6 months or over to test a range of their jars of organic baby food - of both breakfast and savoury dishes.

Here’s what HiPP Organic have to say about their jars: “with our nutritious recipes, including a pure veg range, your child will develop a love for a variety of foods - including savoury and sweet. Offering more vegetables than fruit during weaning helps move your little one away from a natural preference for sweeter tastes, which may help reduce fussy eating later on. That’s why at HiPP Organic, our savoury recipes taste savoury.

“Jars allow babies to see and smell the food they are tasting, which is important for food recognition and acceptance. They’re also perfect for feeding with a spoon, encouraging hand-eye coordination and self-feeding.

“For more than 60 years, generations of babies have been raised on HiPP Organic's delicious and organic food. In fact, the family-run business produces the only organic jar range available in the UK!”

The flavours to be tested are as per below which are a selection from the 60 recipes available from HiPP:

- Banana Yogurt Breakfast
- Creamed Porridge Breakfast
- Penne with Tomato & Courgette
- Sweet Squash & Chicken
- Spaghetti Bolognese
- Mediterranean Vegetables with Aubergines
- Buttered Vegetables
- Vegetables and Fish Pie

If selected, you’ll receive 8 HiPP Organic jars (one of each of the above flavours) and will need to test the product with your child as a part of your normal routine and then provide your feedback on a thread on Mumsnet as well as completing a short survey.

All selected testers who complete the required feedback will be entered into a prize draw where one MNer will win a £300 voucher for the store of their choice (from a list).

If you’d like to take part, please click here to apply.

Thanks and good luck!


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@cavemum ?

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FizzySmiles Mon 04-Dec-17 14:04:22

Its not working for me.

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TimandGinger Sat 09-Dec-17 16:54:29

What age is the maximum you're looking for? My DD is 11 months so wondering if she's too old.

Angelfaced Sat 09-Dec-17 23:16:09

Would love to test these out

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