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Rebisco Introduces New Baby Food, BibibonsBibibons is the first and only two-in-one biscuits for weaning babies.
A baby’s transition from milk to solids is always a much-anticipated milestone among parents and caregivers. It is also a fundamental growth stage—a baby’s first year is crucial for brain and body development. For parents, the challenge has always been to find the perfect balance between delectable and nutritious.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Recognizing this need and as part of its 50th anniversary celebration, homegrown snack food company Rebisco has introduced its latest addition to its growing snack portfolio—Bibibons.
Bibibons is the first and only biscuit specially formulated for babies during their weaning stage. The biscuits may be eaten as a nibbler to help encourage self-feeding in babies or mixed with water or milk and mashed into cereal food.CONTINUE READING BELOWRecommended Videos
“Rebisco has delighted Filipino families for 50 years now and we intend to continue doing so,” Kathy Simundo, vice president for marketing, said. “Bibibons is a family-friendly snack treat designed to make happy mommies and healthy babies.”
Made for babies
“During the weaning stage, moms sometimes underestimate the kind of nutrition that babies need,” Simundo explained. “Whether breastfed or formula-fed, a baby’s first solid food should supplement the vitamins and minerals abundant in milk.
According to Simundo, Bibibons provides “two-way nourishment” and is specifically made with the right taste and texture that appeal to weaning babies. This ensures that babies receive the nutrition necessary for optimum growth and development during the crucial first year.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW1 of 2 NEXT
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