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Nutritious baby food made easy

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Steam, blend and serve

High on nutrition. Low on kitchen space

Suits every weaning stage

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  • Use one jar to make multiple meals at a time. Something for today, tomorrow and next week.

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Beaba Babycook Baby Food Maker/Steam Cooker/Blender Neon

4-in-1 food processor: Steam cooks, blends, defrosts and reheats. XL Capacity.
Quickly steams cook in 15 minutes: Preserving flavours and vitamins.
Bowl capacity XL 1100 ml: Quickly prepare large quantities.



•  Manual cyclone-effect blade: For tailored mixing, adapting the consistency to the child’s age (smooth, pureed, chunks).
•  Removable steaming basket: Possibility of collecting cooking juices rich in vitamins and minerals to modulate the texture of the preparation.
•  Graduated measuring bowl: Easy to measure quantity of water to pour into tank.
•  Automatically switches off with light and sound signal when steaming is finished: No monitoring required.
•  Removable lid: Easy to clean.
•  Single control button (cooking – mixing): An ultra-compact solution.
•  Security lock of bowl: Click sound ensures secure locking.
•  Cycle meter with descaling indicator: Warning light.
•  Spatula: Practical to remove the steam basket, stir and empty food into the bowl without being burnt.
•  Removable blending/smoothie filter lid: Easy to clean.


Accessories: Supplied with blending/smoothie filtre lid, spatula and recipes booklet.
Care: Cover, basket, lid, knife: Wash by hand or dishwasher. Body of device:Clean with soft damp cloth. Do not immerse.


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Beaba Rice & Pasta Cooker for Babycook Solo & Duo (white) - has been designed to work with the Beaba Babycook in order to allow for the cooking of rice, pasta and similar foods without the need for parents to watch over them.


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12 reviews

  • 5
    So Happy!

    Posted by Leila on 9th Dec 2017

    The Beaba Babycook is the best invention ever. You just have to add the all the ingredient in and in no timeat all you have fresh babyfood!

  • 5
    Super to make Baby food

    Posted by Sarah on 16th Nov 2017

    Great baby food maker and doesn’t take up too much space in my tiny kitchen kitchen.

  • 5
    Fast and easy food for baby

    Posted by Martha on 13th Oct 2017

    A must-have. Its easy, fast and has helped me give my baby nutritious ingredients

  • 5

    Posted by Kay on 11th Oct 2017

    The babyfood that Babycook makes is blended really well. Its fantastic

  • 5
    Baby food!

    Posted by Joanne on 21st Sep 2017

    Beaba babycook is amazing, my only regret is that I didnt get it sooner. I now fed my baby all natural ingredients such as sweet potato and spinach. Love it

  • 5
    The best

    Posted by Aoife on 12th Aug 2017

    Making baby food has never been easier. Love it

  • 5
    so glad I bought this

    Posted by Linda on 15th Jun 2017

    My husband made fun of me for buying this since I had a food processor and I could steam food on the stove, but in my opinion the babycook has already paid for itself

  • 5
    The best babyfood maker.

    Posted by Triona on 11th Jun 2017

    i would highly recommend this.

  • 5
    Love it

    Posted by Emily on 9th Jun 2017

    Making baby food with this Beaba is easy. Simply put all ingredients in and with a push of a button it is done

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Milk processing is an important segment of the Irish food industry. It is valued at 3.6 billion euros, while exports amount to 2.5 billion euros in total terms. nine0003

One of the factors determining the work of the industry is the high seasonality of milk production, which significantly reduces the efficiency of processing.

Competition in the world market led to the fact that in the period from 1990 to 2000 in the milk processing segment there were processes of concentration of production, although they were not as active as in the countries - the closest competitors of Ireland (New Zealand, Denmark and Holland) , where the dominant large producer clearly stands out (Table 1). nine0003

Ireland's dairy industry currently has a number of successful processors, with the largest six companies processing 80% of the milk: Glanbia, Kerry, Dairygold-Ingredients, Carbery, LakelandDairies Tipperary Co-op.

Irish dairies have historically focused on butter and milk powder. This is due to their high share in the total volume of production of dairy products.

Key words: Milk processing, Irish dairy producers, milk production quotas, export of dairy products. nine0016

In 2003, the Irish government developed the “Strategic Plan for the Development of the Irish Milk Processing Sector”, in which
one of the three key strategies for the sector was “organization of the production of products with a higher added value” (Table 2). As a result, over the past decade, efforts have been made to increase the production of value-added products, primarily cheese, for which more than 28 raw milk was used in 2012 (Fig. 1). nine0003

Milk drying is an important part of the Irish dairy industry. Despite the desire to reduce the production of whole milk powder, they still remain significant - at the level of 43-45 thousand tons. The volumes of skimmed milk powder, as well as whey obtained in the production of butter and cheese, are even more impressive. In particular, both traditional dry and demineralized whey used in the production of baby food are produced. In addition, the production of dry ingredients (whey protein concentrates, food lactose, etc.) based on whey is growing. nine0003

Ireland accounts for 15% of the world's infant formula. Three key players in the international infant formula market are based in Ireland: Pfizer, Abbott Nutrition and Danone. Their total production of dry dairy products is about 110-120 thousand tons.

All dry dairy products are exported. In Ireland, milk powder is not used for the production of dairy products.

The main product of the dairy industry is butter, which is produced in large volumes. For several centuries, Ireland has been the largest supplier of butter to Europe. The tradition of producing salted butter dates back to the days when there were no freezers and salt acted as a preservative. Although salt is no longer necessary, the Irish continue to produce salted butter, claiming that the salt enhances the richness of their butter. nine0003

The proportion of milk processed into butter remains high. In 2012, it was 55%. The dynamics of oil production volumes over the past five years is as follows:

  • 2008 - 129 thousand tons;
  • 2009 - 126 thousand tons;
  • 2010 - 138 thousand tons;
  • 2011 - 149 thousand tons;
  • 2012 — 143 thousand tons

Despite the long tradition of butter production

, its consumption in Ireland itself is low and has tended to decrease in recent years. So, in 2006, the average per capita oil consumption was 3 kg, and in 2008-2012. - 2.6 kg. nine0003

Oil imports into the country are small compared to production volumes - at the level of 6-8 thousand tons, but, given that there are less than 5 million Irish people, the imported product accounts for almost half of personal consumption.

According to European experts, oil consumption in the EU will decrease in the near future, and this is of particular importance for Ireland, which exports almost 80% of this product to Europe. This is another reason to diversify the range of products manufactured by Irish companies in a way that minimizes over-reliance on oil exports. In particular, it is planned to increase the production of cheese. It is expected that its production will increase markedly, and cheese will already become the locomotive of the dairy industry in Ireland (Fig. 2). nine0003

Ireland is currently the 8th cheese exporting country. Its production has a steady growth trend. If at the time of the introduction of quotas for milk production, the production of cheese was only 53.8 thousand tons, then in 2012, 184.5 thousand tons were already produced, i.e., the redistribution of milk resources in favor of cheese is already underway.

All cheeses produced in Ireland can be divided into two groups: farmer's, or, as they are called in Ireland, homemade, and industrial, produced at cheese factories. Assortment diversity is ensured by unique farm cheeses, which are made from the milk of cows from their own herd or milk supplied from farms located within a radius of 80 km. In 2012, 50 farmers' cheese producers were registered and jointly produced 150 varieties of cheese. The production of farm cheeses is 3-3.5 thousand tons per year, or less than 2% of the total cheese production. nine0003

Most of the cheeses are produced in industrial enterprises. The range of cheeses there is narrow, mainly hard and semi-hard cheeses: Cheddar, Mozzarella, Emmental and Regato (a hard cheese like Italian Parmesan). Some types of soft cheese are also produced, but their production volumes are insignificant.

At the Newmarket plant, which is part of the Kerrygroup, which was visited by the Russian delegation, one type of cheese is produced - Cheddar in two versions: young (ripening period from 4 days) and aged (ripening period from 3 months to 2 years). The annual production volume is 25,000 tons, while aged cheese makes up only a small share of the production volume. Such cheese is produced under the order, which is issued a year in advance. Young cheese is sent to customers for the production of processed cheese. nine0003

Ireland's processed cheese accounts for almost a quarter of the total. Cheeses and cheese spreads for the production of processed cheeses are exported, including to Russia, but unlike European countries and the USA, Russia exports small volumes. Irish pastes in Russia are used only by Hochland.

The Irish don't use the concept of whole milk products, and not because they don't have it. Products in this category have a fairly narrow range. On an industrial scale, mainly drinking milk and cream are produced, as well as high-fat yoghurts (without additives) and desserts in small volumes. nine0003

More than 10% of raw milk is used for drinking milk and cream. Milk is a daily staple in the Irish diet. It is consumed with bread and baked goods, as well as hot drinks such as coffee and tea. Mostly pasteurized milk is produced, the volumes of ultra-pasteurized milk are small. Since January 1, 2013, a ban has been introduced on the sale of raw milk from farms. Before the ban, the sale of raw unprocessed milk was a very real and viable business model for small farmers. With relatively little investment in bottling equipment, farmers could supply local communities with fresh milk, generating additional income. nine0003

With a raw milk price of 0.38 euros per liter (ex-farm), the average price of one liter of pasteurized, homogenized, industrially processed milk in supermarkets ranges from 1.63 to 1.74 euros. The total production volume in 2012 is estimated at 565 million liters. The export component in the total production of drinking milk and cream is small - about 1.5%.


Export of dairy products is an important source of income in Ireland. The country produces dozens of times more products than is required to provide for the population. The main exports of dairy products are butter, cheese, casein, whole milk powder, skimmed milk powder, whey powder and other specialized ingredients (Figure 3). nine0003

Dairy products are exported to 160 countries. The UK remains the most important market, especially as milk production there has declined significantly in recent years, opening up new opportunities for Irish producers following the lifting of milk quotas in 2015 (Figure 4).

Very few Irish products are imported into Russia, but in anticipation of the abolition of quotas and the planned increase in production, it is increasingly attracting Irish exporters. In September 2012, a seminar “Dairy products and ingredients from Ireland. Irish manufacturers tried to convey to their Russian colleagues all the benefits of using a wide range of dairy ingredients produced in Ireland. An obstacle to their use is the technological equipment of Russian dairy plants, which does not allow their full use. nine0003

But the Irish hope to arrange supplies of cheese, powdered milk and ingredients to Russia in the near future.

The huge export of dairy products from this small European country surprisingly coexists with a high proportion of imported dairy products on store shelves. This is especially noticeable in categories such as cheese, yoghurts and, oddly enough, butter (Figure 5). Dairy products are imported from continental Europe.

In recent years, campaigns have been regularly held in Ireland calling for the consumption of domestic products. nine0003

The supply of Irish dairy products on the domestic market in terms of value has grown annually by an average of 2.8% over the past decade, which practically covered inflationary costs. In 2012, dairy products were sold on the domestic market for 1.1 billion euros (Fig. 6).

In real terms, per capita consumption of milk and dairy drinks in 2012 in Ireland was 275 kg. This indicator is relatively stable, but in the last decade there has been a downward trend in the consumption of drinking milk due to competitive pressure from soft drinks, bottled drinking water and juices. Nevertheless, in terms of its consumption (135.5 l), Ireland ranks 3rd in the EU, behind only Sweden (142 l) and Finland (180 l). nine0003

The consumption of butter also decreased. Butter competes strongly with spreads and margarine. True, in recent years, nutritionists have proven that it is more beneficial for health to consume natural butter, and its sales in the country began to grow.

The consumption of cheese is also growing. If in 2008 it was 6.1 kg, then in 2012 it was 6.8 kg, but so far the Irish are noticeably behind the Europeans in terms of cheese consumption (Table 3).

The National Dairy Council of Ireland (NDC) predicts an increase in domestic demand for dairy products in the near term due to an improvement in the economic situation and, as a result, an increase in income, as well as due to population growth in the country. nine0003

Plant "Istra-Nutritsia"

Russian plant NUTRICIA in Istra is our pride!

The Istra-Nutritsia plant has a half-century history and in 2021 celebrates its 50th anniversary. Today, our plant is a leading Russian baby food production facility, equipped with the latest equipment and operating in accordance with the highest European quality and safety standards. The plant produces Nutrilon milk formulas and cereals, Malyutka milk formulas and cereals, and Malysh milk formulas. Since 2021, the plant has been producing puffed cereals under the Malyutka brand. nine0021

our employees

“I love our plant! I have worked here for almost 20 years and do not regret the time spent for the benefit of the most significant for us, and what can I say - for everyone, consumers. The most important priority for us is the quality and safety of products - this is an axiom. We can't do it any other way, we live it, every day. I wish prosperity to our plant, and health to consumers!”

- Occupational safety and environmental protection specialist, Denikaev E.V.,

“What does Nutricia mean to me? For me, Nutricia is a concern. About everything without exception - about each other, about family, about health, about a common cause, about the result, about the world that surrounds us ... The list is endless! And this is what is so necessary for any of us! Caring is like a way of life. So simple, but so important!

- Purchasing Specialist, Gladysheva I. G.

We take care of people's health. Quality is in our hands! nine0003

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Electric forklift driver-storekeeper

“During my work at our plant, I realized that I work in a friendly, close-knit team. I enjoy working in my warehouse department. The work is interesting and important for our plant. Our products are necessary for the growth and development of children, and for this we introduce and produce a lot of new things. Our cereals and mixes always come first. I would like to wish our factory development and prosperity.” nine0003

Fedulov B.V.

Office administrator

“We have a wonderful team! Without embellishment, this is my second home. I like everything here: working conditions, decent salary, bonus programs and, I was lucky, close to home. The quality and safety of our products, labor safety are our priorities. My son is about a year old, with him we tried the whole range of cereals, they are really all delicious! Well, our favorite is milk corn porridge. Prosperity and increase in capacity to your beloved plant! nine0003

Shevyrkova E.A.

Cost Optimization Project Specialist

“I decided to work at the plant because I heard the feedback from the people who work here. At that time, I was looking for a new, interesting, and most importantly, reliable place to work. On my very first day at Nutricia, I was struck by how each employee relates to their duties. Here you will not find a single person who can be negligent in their work, because each of us feels responsible for the results of our work and the future of the kids. For me, the plant is a place where I work with pleasure: in good conditions, with visible prospects for development and growth. Every day I learn something new and useful for myself. And of course, all these advantages are complemented by a friendly and responsive team. I want to wish Nutricia prosperity, growth and conquering new heights!” nine0003

Perevertunova K.R.

Senior New Product Development Manager

“Before I joined the plant team, I worked in many places, but nowhere do I meet such a friendly team and real professionals who “cheer” for their work. All this allows you to achieve your goals. We are a team! I am proud that the priorities of our plant are the production of high-quality and safe products, the continuous improvement of the quality, food safety and reliability of our products and services, and, of course, honesty and respect for the life and health of consumers. I would like to wish our plant to remain a socially responsible company, successfully implement all plans and projects, launch new products and expand the product line.” nine0003

Novikova O.

Financial Analyst

“I love our plant, which responsibly produces high-quality food for the smallest Russians in accordance with international and Russian standards, taking care of health and laying a reliable foundation for the successful further development of babies. I, as a mother of a sensitive baby, without a doubt, began to introduce complementary foods from our dairy-free cereals, because I know where the raw materials for these cereals come from, I know people who check suppliers, I know those who develop recipes, who control technology and those who check the quality of the finished product product and I trust my uncompromising professional colleagues. nine0021 I am sure that Nutrilon and Malyutka are the best MIXTURES and cereals for my baby now and for my grandchildren in the near future. I wish prosperity to our plant and wonderful team.”

Nagaytseva S.Yu.


“I have been working at the Nutricia plant for 5 years now and I am very proud to be part of a company that produces such a necessary and high-quality product for babies. When my baby was born, there was no doubt about the mixture and porridge of which company to choose for feeding, because I am completely confident in our products and trust them, because the work of each of our employees is aimed at ensuring that the first food in the life of babies is healthy and safe . " nine0003

Morozov I.Yu.

Quality Culture Development Coordinator

“For me, the factory is the best place. I can no longer imagine myself outside the walls of my “second home” and without my colleagues. I fully share the values ​​of our company, because the health and smiles of a small consumer are in our hands. I believe that we produce a large range of high quality product, but at the same time our product is accessible to different segments of the population.”

Izotova T.V. nine0142

High quality standards are the basis of our production!

  • We manufacture our products only from quality ingredients in compliance with the quality standards of the Russian Federation, as well as the requirements of the European Union. If the standards differ, the company chooses the most stringent of them.
  • Before working with our plant, each supplier is audited for compliance with quality standards, also in accordance with the requirements of the Russian Federation and European legislation. nine0037
  • The raw materials used in the production of Nutricia come from Ireland, Germany, the Netherlands, France and Latin America.
  • All incoming raw materials, as well as manufactured products, are carefully selected and tested in physico-chemical and microbiological laboratories. We control the quality of the supplied raw materials, applying the method of sequential control and absolutely every ingredient is checked for the absence of:



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