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Salt intake

Many infants are being given foods which, although popular with children, are ‘adult’ foods and therefore have a higher salt content. Using infant-specific weaning foods in infants diet is prepared with a strictly controlled salt content.

Salt in infant feeding

HiPP uses sodium only in very strictly limited amounts and adapted to the development of the baby. For baby food, the dietary regulation sets a limit of 200 mg sodium / 100 g product.

Product Sodium-/ salt content
vegetables without added salt
menus from 4 months/ from 6./ 8./ 10. months without added salt
menus from 12. months low-salt (regularized max. 120 mg Na/ 100 g)
1-3 years/ from 15. months appropriate flavored for children (max. 200 mg Na/ 100 g)