4Baby Mum-Mum Rice Rusks

Baby Mum-Mum Rice Rusks

4Baby Mum-Mum Rice Rusks
2.9

27 reviews

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52% · 1412 · 44%

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27 reviews
Shn P.
Shn P.Greater Melbourne (Metropolitan), VIC3 posts
 

Misleading package

Terrible, none of us knew it's made i China using powdery ingredients, they put it at the bottom of the page, while bolding NZ ane AU in the package. Show details
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Rnfm
Rnfm2 posts
 

0 stars

Received these as a sample at a baby expo. Gave them to my 7 month only and they were in small sharp pieces in about 30 seconds. I took the pieces away I was concerned about how safe they were for her to be eating. Would not buy. Show details
Danger
DangerTasmania
 

Dangerous

My daughter in law brought these for my six month old grand child today I do not recommend these rice crackers they are dangerous for babies he nearly chocked on them it stuck to roof of his mouth then at back of his throat we near didn’t get it out lucky we did manage get it out it makes me angry it is labelled for 6 month olds when clearly they are not the out coke could of been far worse avoid these rice crackers they are clearly a choking hazard and should be removed from shelves ASAP
Grace
GraceSouth East Queensland, QLD6 posts
 

CHOKING HAZARD!!! DO NOT BUY

purchased a box of "baby mum mum - first rice rusks 6m+" from Coles today for my 6m old. Gave the rusk to my 6m old because the box says its suitable to 6m olds! MY DAUGHTER CHOKED NEEDING ME TO PROVIDE BACK BLOWS TO DISLODGE THE CHUNK FROM HER THROAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Luckily I have been trained appropriately!!! THIS PRODUCT IS VERY DANGEROUS FOR LITTLE ONES and certainly SHOULD NOT be advertised as baby first for 6m olds. I'm so upset and will absolutely be reporting this company to the appropriate authorities. Show details
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Ben
BenSydney7 posts
 

Made in China...enough said

They have carefully and deliberately hidden the fact that these are made in China, where garlic is bleached and formaldehyde has been found in baby formula! Plenty of wonderful Australian products on the market! Never again for my little ones. Show details
Sim1here
Sim1hereSydney, NSW61 posts
 

Baby Mum-Mum

Baby Mum-Mum Rice Rusks have been an essential item in our household. There are two rusks per pack making them a great size to have in the nappy bag. They come in a variety of flavours and my son hasn't hated any. He loves the veggie ones and the fruit ones fairly equally. They have a subtle taste in most circumstances but the banana in my opinion is the least appetising. We have been consuming these for about the last 13 months and they are still a popular treat. Show details
Peter Thompson
Peter Thompson Sydney Surrounds, NSW2 posts
 

Too crumbly - Chinese manufactured

Gave to my granddaughter but they broke into small pieces when chewed. Others I have used simply get sucked without breaking up. Place of manufacture does not always have the safest of hygiene/quality . Quality control practices in many countries including Australia are very high.  Show details
Sedz
SedzSydney, NSW85 posts
 

Easy introduction to finger foods

I gave these to my 7 month old son as an introduction to finger foods and BLW. They are crunchy but soft enough to break off and easily melts in the mouth. They are fine for occasional snack as they have no nutritional benefit. However all the other rusk sticks & crackers on the market for babies have no nutritional benefits either. So for the purpose it serves they are fine for us. Show details
Loz S.
Loz S.
 

Made in China - such a shame

I gave this once as a teething snack to my baby after carefully reading the ingredients. Whilst they do have added sugar, the ingredients are otherwise ok with no unnecessary junk. HOWEVER after I got home I discovered on the BOTTOM of the box that the product is made in China. Quite sneaky and misleading too that it is listed on the bottom of the box, with other import information for Australia and NZ written on the side of the box. The remainder of the box went straight into the bin. Too risky to give babies food imported from China in my opinion. Such a shame too. Show details
Vickyness
VickynessClarinda5 posts
 

Made in China

Under the box says made in China, but very misleading on the side of the box says imported from NZ. Disgusting will not give this to my child after all the poisoning and Hep A outbreaks from China. Come on Australia make them here it wouldn’t cost much to produce.

Mon K
Mon KWollongong17 posts
 

My bubs loved them!

My daughter loved these from as little as 6 months old! She loved the flavors and the way it melted nicely in her mouth, she still loves them to this day and she is 20 months old! They are easily available in almost every supermarket & are definitely worth the money.

rippedoffagain888
rippedoffagain888Melbourne38 posts
 

Made In China - Never Again

I regret to say I think the Made in China should be on the front of the box. I bought these rusks thinking they were made in NZ or Australia ....Never again!!!

Correct me if I am wrong but some time ago they had some serious problems in China because some company put a dangerous ingredient in their baby milk formula.

Will I buy again....NO WAY!!!

Dani
Dani2 posts
 

Cut my babies mouth!!

I tried the rice rusks for my baby that were labeled 8+ months and totally regret it! He seemed to enjoy the taste and they were kinda melting in his mouth until he spat some out and it was covered in blood from the roof of his mouth! Stay away from these for younger babies! I even sent an email to the company to let them know what happened and after two weeks I haven't received a response. Won't buy their products in future.

Cor
CorSydney, NSW2 posts
 

My baby loves these rice rusks

Baby mum mums are my go to snacks for my 11 month old. He loves the taste of them and I love the fact that they melt in the mouth so there's a reduced chance of choking. I also like the fact that they have no preservatives and no artificial colours or flavourings. They also come in very conveniently wrapped packets.

Phillip
PhillipCanberra
 

12.5% sugar to hook your baby. No thanks

Going by the nutritional information, these contain 12.5% sugar (serving size 8g, contains 1g sugars = 12.5%).

I actually noticed that they taste pretty sweet. If some people don't notice then probably because we eat all that processed food with plenty of hidden sugar in it, shifting our base line for what is "normal". This is the exact reason I will not expose my baby to this at that young age. It's nice that it melts in mouth and all, but the high sugar content simply is a no go for me. Besides the made in China.

Questions & Answers

Ashleigh
Ashleigh

I just purchased a box of Baby Mum Mum not realising the box says 12+ months. They were recommended to me for when my baby turned 6 months, is there other ones for 6+ Months? Or do they all say 12? Thanks

Aesjhay G.
Aesjhay G.

This is manufactured from what country? Thanks.

Sedz
Sedz  

It’s manufactured by want want foods Ltd product of China.

Malathi Slm
Malathi Slm

When I can start to gv nestum?

Lamibydesign
Lamibydesign  

Hi there, sorry for late reply.. Nestum can be given from around 6 months from what I know :-)

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