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Keep your little one comfy with gentle baby wash and lotion for sensitive skin. Explore our affordable selection of diapers, wipes and baby wash.
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Baby food that fits your budget! Keep your little one happy and healthy with our selection of nutritious baby food and snacks. Our purees and baby puffs come in a variety of flavors.
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Baby Items FAQs
How are ALDI baby items tested?
Testing information may be listed on product packaging.
How to store baby food?
Store-bought, unopened baby food stored in a cool, dark place should have a shelf life of about 12-24 months. Opened baby food can be stored in the refrigerator in an airtight container for 1-2 days.
When do I start feeding my baby solid food?
At 6 months old, most babies are ready to start eating solid foods. Check with your pediatrician for more information about how to know if your baby is ready to begin eating solid foods.
When can babies eat baby food?
Most babies are ready to start eating foods other than breastmilk/formula around 6 months of age. Each baby develops at a different pace, so be sure to consult your pediatrician to see if your baby is ready to start eating baby food.
How to puree baby food?
To puree baby food, you’ll first need to cook down your chosen fruits and/or vegetables in a pan. Mash up or blend the mixture until smooth. If the mixture is too thick, add water to thin the consistency. Separate the mixture into small servings and seal in an airtight container. Homemade purees may be store in the fridge for a couple of days or frozen.
How to freeze baby food?
Once the baby food you’ve prepared has cooled down, spoon small portions into an ice cube tray. This will allow you to freeze individual portions. Once frozen, you can pop the cubes into freezer-safe bags to keep the puree fresh until you’re ready to use it. Be sure to label the bag with the preparation date.