Good Gout Non-Dairy Organic Yogurt 90g ( 6 MONTHS UP )
Why is this organic vegetal meal so good ?
- Because we wanted them to be just like homemade yoghurts: a stirred vegetal yoghurt, some cereals, and fruit that’s great for sweetening it all naturally.
- Because in this yoghurt, there are only organic produce, to guarantee your child wholesome, environmentally-friendly products: none of our products has been mistreated with GMOs, pesticides, or chemical fertilizers during its rearing or cultivation.
- Because Good Pouches for babies are as attractive as they are ingenious. Light and practical, they are easy to pour, re-close, and carry around with you – to give your child a treat anywhere, at any time.
All the tastes (of milk) are in nature!
In each yoghurt pouch a different milk is honored, with fruit purées and cereals to treat our babies to a wide variety of tastes, from dessert to afternoon tea!
ALMON MILK AND PEAR
We have good news: the Good Goût galaxy is spreading again! To explore new flavours we headed for the Milky Way… With our crew we imagined a gourmet vegetal yoghurt, inspired by the the famous Amandine tart, to put baby in weightlessness! The sweetness of organic almond milk combined with the fondant of the Williams pear… it needed to be done, Good Goût did it!
PEAR AND VANILLA
The origins of our pear and vanilla recipe are as mysterious as the result is tasty. Some Tolkien fans claim this recipe was born in the depths of Mount Doom, because Sauron was very fond of vanilla. Others, that it was created by accident while a Williams pear and a vanilla pod were dancing a smoochy slow number in a dimly-lit nightclub. Be that as it may, one thing everyone agrees on is that this yoghurt for babies is one of the most successful.
50% organic fermented MILK, 34% organic Williams pears, water, 3,5% organic wholegrain rice flour, 1,9% organic vanilla extract, organic concentrated lemon juice.
OAT, STRAWBERRY, BANANA
Imagine the world’s best vegetal yoghurt recipe (easy!) Thus, even if it means to let it off, we bet on exoticism: the greed of coconut milk, mango, banana and passion fruit. Ready for takeoff?