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Bellamy's Organic

Bellamy's Organic Milk Rusks - Reviews

4.6from 36 reviews

Bellamy's Organic Milk Rusks are slowly hard baked, making them ideal for your little one to chew during the teething process. Designed so that your baby can bite down hard without cracking or splintering the rusk, they are a great alternative to teething rings because they are made from certified organic natural ingredients of milk and wheat, and contain no added sugar.

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  • No Added Sugar
  • No Preservatives
  • Made in Australia
  • Certified Organic by NASAA and ACO
  • Wrapped in pairs for freshness
Christie avatar Christie QLD, 2 kids in tow
August 11, 2020
These were one of the first foods we gave to our first baby and we will be doing the same for our second. The ingredients are safe which gives us as parents peace of mind and they were so easy to give to bub on the run!
Kerry  avatar Kerry VIC, 1 kid in tow
August 10, 2020
Love them! Use them all the time.
Tamara avatar Tamara NSW, 2 kids in tow
August 8, 2020
I love that they last such a long time!
Cheukman avatar Cheukman QLD, 1 kid in tow
August 7, 2020
Have been buying this since 4 months old when she started teething. Great product
Priya avatar Priya QLD, 2 kids in tow
August 4, 2020
Perfect for teething child. Currently using
Madeline avatar Madeline VIC, None kids in tow
July 27, 2020
I trust this brand as I have alot of friends who rave about them, and I know they are all organic and as natural as possible, which is something I always look for.
Tegan avatar Tegan VIC, None kids in tow
July 26, 2020
Using organic rusks with no artificial sugar, as well as being Aussie owned, is a great incentive to try these for when my first born begins to teeth
Sara avatar Sara NSW, 2 kids in tow
July 18, 2020
Love this and recommend to everyone has a baby teething

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