Strawberries It is particularly important to discuss the introduction of strawberries with your baby’s doctor or paediatrician, as strawberries are one of the foods with very high allergy risk. The
Persimmons Two varieties of persimmon are widely available in season – Hachiya, and Fuyu. A rather ‘exotic’- sounding tropical fruit, persimmons are full of flavour and easy to prepare. Persimmons
Peaches & Nectarines Nectarines are, basically, a ‘fuzz-free’ variety of peach. They have identical nutritional value, and similar flavours, though nectarines may be redder in colour, smaller and more fragrant.
Melons There are many kinds of melon – some of the most popular being Cantaloupe and similar orange-fleshed varieties, due to increased nutritional values. All varieties are nutritious, and their delicate
Kiwifruit This delicately delicious fruit (also known as Chinese gooseberry) may be introduced into your baby’s diet at about 10 months. Kiwi fruit are not highly allergenic, though their slight
Cranberries Related to blueberries, cranberries are also unlike other berries that need to be avoided early on due to the possibility of allergy. Cranberries are, however, quite acidic, so tummy