Beech nut baby food flavors list

A Beech-Nut Love Story

Dear Beech-Nut,

My name is Trish and I recently adopted a beautiful baby boy named Harry. I have been waiting so long to be a mom and he is the most wonderful gift. As he gets to be the age where I will start adding baby food to his diet, there is only one choice: Beech-Nut. I am writing to tell you why Beech-Nut is the only option for our family.

Our family history runs deep with the original Beech-Nut Factory in Canajoharie, N.Y. Harry’s grandfather, Donald, worked summers at Beech-Nut from 1951 – 1954 delivering supplies, while he was a high school and college student. Harry’s great-aunt, Dorothy, worked at Beech-Nut in 1944, during World War II. She worked for a secret project that Beech-Nut did “on the side” for the federal government. Beech-Nut was commissioned to assist in the war effort with a special electronics project using microfilm. The workers were cautioned never to discuss what they did, not even with locals.

Harry’s great-grandmother, Helen, worked at Beech-Nut over a 40-year period. In the 1920’s, Beech-Nut gave away beautiful, tin boxes decorated with images of the Canajoharie, N.Y. valley. Helen packed these boxes with products (many no longer made by Beech-Nut today) for big customers as Christmas gifts from the company.

During WWII, Beech-Nut needed women to work because so many men went to war. Helen worked in Ration K, preparing food in cans and packages for soldiers throughout WWII. I am proud to say my grandmother was a part of this important war effort.

One really interesting thing Harry’s great-grandmother did during her time at the factory was testing baby food jars. I am sure today you have more high-tech ways to do this, nowadays, but Helen would hit the tops of the jars, one by one, with a wooden drum stick. One could tell from the sound it made if a jar had spoiled!

Back then, people who worked in the baby food section also worked in a conveyor belt setting, picking out the bad fruits and vegetables. My father fondly remembers standing behind the workers with his buddies so they could eat the sweet pears that were discarded!

Harry’s great-great uncle, Ray, worked in the Beech-Nut his whole adult life, except for four years when he fought in WWII, from the 1930’s until he retired in the late 1960’s. He worked in Store One, where my dad worked, and later worked maintenance. Our cousin, Janet, worked for a long time making gum at the factory. Our cousin, Bill, worked a long time for the Beech-Nut and retired from there. He worked at Plant 2 near Fort Plain making hard candy.

Harry’s great-grandmother retired on a pension and lived her final years in Arkell Hall in Canajoharie, the home once owned by the Arkell family, who built Beech-Nut. When my dad graduated from high school, he won one of the Arkell College Scholarships. I will someday share this history with my son and explain to him why he only ate Beech-Nut baby food when he was a baby!




Beech-Nut vs Gerber Baby Food

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Your tiny bundle of joy is now growing and developing at a staggering rate. They have now reached the stage where they are ready to start trying new tastes and textures. Premade baby food offers the convenience and choice that they need for each different stage of their development.

But which brand do you choose? Like any baby product, the best advice I can give you is to do your homework first, check out the reviews, and speak to other parents in your circle of friends.

I am going to take a look at two of the big brands in baby food, Beech-Nut vs Gerber, and try to see which brand is best in 2020.

Table of Contents

  • 1 Main Differences Between Beech-Nut vs Gerber
  • 2 Beech-Nut Baby Food
    • 2.1 Beech-Nut Nutrition
    • 2.2 Beech-Nut Features
    • 2.3 What The Parents Say
    • 2.4 Beech-Nut Pros
    • 2.5 Beech-Nut Cons
  • 3 Gerber Baby Food
    • 3.1 Gerber Nutrition
    • 3.2 Gerber Features
    • 3.3 What The Parents Say
    • 3.4 Gerber Pros
    • 3.5 Gerber Cons
  • 4 FAQ Beech-Nut vs Gerber
    • 4.1 How many grams of sugar is there in the Gerber Banana Carrot Mango?
    • 4. 2 Do Beech-Nut foods contain GMOs?
    • 4.3 Which Beech-Nut foods are Kosher?
    • 4.4 What kind of gelatin is used in the Gerber Strawberry and mixed berry melts?
  • 5 Beech-Nut vs Gerber – Which is Best in 2020
  • 6 My Final Thoughts

The main differences between Beech-Nut vs Gerber baby food are:

  • Beech-Nut ingredients are 100% organic and have no preservatives or additives, whereas Gerber baby food does.

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  • Beech-Nut jars are single-use. This is due to the lids that they come with. On the other hand, Gerber baby food comes in jars that you can reuse because of the style of the lid.
  • Beech-Nut is not so readily available in the grocery stores as Gerber. Although both can be found easily online.

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  • Beech-Nut food has a slightly thicker consistency, this may mean that your little one will have trouble digesting it especially at the beginning of their weaning journey.

Beech-Nut has been making baby food since 1931, and they’re located in upstate New York. They pride themselves on finding the best organic ingredients and also being as environmentally friendly as possible. This means that their food is made from organic fruit and vegetables.

They have rigorous testing for heavy metals, pesticides, and toxins. They have also tried to reduce their carbon footprint and try to make their supply chain as sustainable as possible. These are some great areas for them to be striving forward in as many parents now look for ethical and environmentally-friendly baby items from clothes to baby food.

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Beech-Nut Nutrition

Their Stage 1 food is recommended for starting your baby’s weaning journey at around 4+ months. Their apple baby food contains only one ingredient: 100% fresh apples. Their baby food has no fat, sodium, or added sugars, making it one of the purest forms of baby food. It’s almost as good as you would make at home yourself.

Their Stage 2 food, which is recommended for 6+ months, is made up of a greater variety of textures including cereals, jars, and pouches. They come in a huge variety of flavors which is great for introducing new flavors to your little one’s palette. The ingredients in their Apple & Kale pouch consist of apple, kale, and lemon juice concentrate.

Again they contain zero fat, sodium, or added sugars.

When your baby is around 8+ months old, they can move on to the next stage of food. These again provide a great variety of tastes and textures, introducing new food to your baby. They also have snacks available in this age group.

Called Fruit & Veggie Melties, these are free from all known allergens. The apple and pumpkin flavor contains only three ingredients: apples, pumpkin, and fruit pectin. As you probably already guessed they also have zero fat, sodium, or added sugars.

By the time your baby reaches 12+ months, Beech-Nut offers pouches and snacks, designed to satisfy a busy toddler while you are on the go. Their snacks are made to a size that helps them to develop their fine motor skills.

The snacks range from Fruit and Veggie Melties to Fruity Oat Bars and Veggie Crisps. For example, the Sweet Potato baked Veggie crisps are proudly made with only 6 ingredients, yellow pea flour, potato starch, rice flour, dried sweet potato, sunflower oil, and 0.5% salt.

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Though they don’t zero fat or added sugars, the sodium is up to 1% which is still exceptionally low.

Beech-Nut Features

As a brand, Beech-Nut has some great and well-thought-out features. They are made not only to accommodate a developing food palette, but their snacks can also help children practice their fine motor skills. As a parent, these are all positive features.

  • They have a huge diversity of flavors and varieties. They come in the standard jars and food pouches, as well as yogurt melts, cereal puffs, granola bars, and cereals. Their flavors include apple and kale, mango, apple, and avocado, macaroni, beef, and vegetable jar.
  •  Their age range spans from 4+ months which is the recommended age to start weaning all the way to 12+ months.
  • Their baby food comes in either glass jars or pouches
  • They are available online and are reasonably priced.

What The Parents Say

To be honest one of the best resources available to you will be real parents as they are more likely to tell you the brutal and honest truth about products. They will tell you all the good and bad points.

Below are a few reviews from the Beech-Nut website from parents who have tried and tested their products with their own children.

“Sweet Carrots. My baby girl loves them and I told people about the product and I will be buying” Rodney 76

“Apple Pie in a Jar. This is so delicious, I can’t help but eat some when giving it to my boy! He loves it and it settles really good with the stomach!” Samanthagaud

Beech-Nut Pros

  • Does not use cornstarch
  • Natural ingredients
  • No added artificial ingredients
  • They use glass jars so you can be sure that they are BPA-free containers
  • Suitable products for every stage and age of development

Beech-Nut Cons

  • An expensive option when there are similar cheaper brands available
  • Issues with food separating when heating
  • Unpleasant smell
  • Consistency makes it difficult to swallow even for an adult
  • Glass jars can pose an issue if dropped

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Gerber started out as a producer of canned fruit and vegetables back in 1927. At the suggestion of a pediatrician, Gerber’s wife began making hand strained foods for their seven-month-old daughter.

By 1928, he had developed a few products in the baby food market and this quickly snowballed into a profitable business. They now produce everything including baby formula, supplements, snacks, and meals.

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Gerber Nutrition

Their Stage 1 food jars, recommended for babies from the age of 4+ months, are a good start for weaning a baby. Their Apple baby food contains 2 ingredients, apples and vitamin C or ascorbic acid. It has zero fat or added sugars but does contain around 5 mg of sodium.

Please be aware that these jars are designed to hold 2 servings.

Their Stage 2 or 2nd foods are recommended for babies from age 6+ months, and they are designed to expand your baby’s taste and exposure to new foods. Their Organic Apple, Kale, and Fig pouch is made with several ingredients, organic apples, water, organic kale, organic fig paste, and vitamin c or ascorbic acid.

This pouch contains zero fat or added sugars but the sodium content is 20mg. This pouch is designed to be only one serving.

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Their next stage called Lil’ Mixers is designed for babies who are crawling so 8+ months. These products have added new textures and flavors to your little one’s foods. Their apple, strawberry, banana with puffed grain comes with too many ingredients to list.

However, this particular one does include wheat which you would need to be aware of if your little one has any allergies at all. They contain zero fat but do have 10 mg of sodium and 11g of sugar but it does not state how much of that is added sugar.

The 12+ month toddler variety is designed to give moms the convenience of feeding 1 full serving of vegetables to their toddler with the added benefits of whole grains. Their Spanish Style Sofrito contains quite a few ingredients but the first three listed are whole grain brown rice, yellow bell peppers, and red bell peppers.

It does contain wheat, egg, and milk these are things to be aware of for any babies with allergies. This particular flavor contains 3.5 g of fat, 140 mg of sodium, and 4 g of total sugars.

Gerber Features

Gerber has some great features that can benefit children and provide convenient options for parents to get the best variety of food.

  • They have a wide diversity of flavors and varieties from standard fruit and vegetable jars and pouches to organic jarred food, small plastic containers, cereals, and cereal bars. The different flavors are far too many to list but here are some of their range, apple, carrot, sweet potato and pea, green bean, and butternut squash.
  • The Gerber age range is referenced in a slightly different way than most baby foods. It is not so much dictated to by the age of your child but by their stage of physical development such as sitter, babies who are crawling to toddlers.
  • Gerbers baby food comes in glass jars, pouches, and a plastic container with peel back films and plastic lids.
  • They are widely available online and from most supermarkets they are very affordable for the average family.

What The Parents Say

The following reviews have been received by Gerber themselves from real parents who have tried and tested their products with their own children.

“My infant daughter Sophia is an extremely picky baby! It honestly seems as though she would rather starve than eat the baby food offered to her based just on her facial expressions alone! Like I am feeding her straight lemons or something. The Gerber Apple Zucchini Peach baby food is something she clearly likes!” Hilsc

“I was really excited to try the Gerber meal time harvest bowl on my little one. She is 15 months old and loves to eat. I heated it for 70 secs and it was perfect. She dug right in and loved it. I love how everything is the right bite-size for her. It had a bunch of veggies in it. She absolutely loved it and I have bought more in this line for her. ” Mommyof2under3

Gerber Pros

  • These offer an affordable option for many families
  • Available for different ages and stages of development
  • Lots of variety available in the range
  • Great flavors
  • Lots of quantity
  • Reusable lids on the containers, you can save the remaining food for later

Gerber Cons

  • Issues with very thin consistency of food
  • Staining problems have been reported by some reviewers
  • Not as flavorful as other brands
  • Not much variety in the selection box
  • Long shelf life does raise questions of what added preservatives are being used

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FAQ Beech-Nut vs Gerber


How many grams of sugar is there in the Gerber Banana Carrot Mango?

Gerbers 2nd foods Banana Carrot Mango has 14 g of sugar per serving. These are all from the fruits and veggies. It contains zero grams of added sugar.

Do Beech-Nut foods contain GMOs?

Beech-Nut works with NON-GMO projects to verify all their products. They believe that the NON-GMO project’s seal is a good fit for their products. Currently 100 of their products are NON-GMO projects verified.

Which Beech-Nut foods are Kosher?

At the moment some of the Classic products are certified as Kosher such as Naturals apple, cinnamon and granola jar, Organics apple, pumpkin and granola jar, oatmeal cereal canister and Beech-Nut macaroni and beef and vegetable jar.

What kind of gelatin is used in the Gerber Strawberry and mixed berry melts?

The gelatin used in the Strawberry and mixed berry melts is derived from beef.

Beech-Nut vs Gerber – Which is Best in 2020

Comparing baby foods is very difficult and there is not always a clear cut winner.

Both the Beech-Nut and Gerber have some great features but they also have some disadvantages. However, these disadvantages may depend on you and your baby’s preferences.

Beech-Nut has fewer ingredients in its baby food, uses organic ingredients, and is trying to make its supply chain as sustainable as possible. However, they are quite expensive in comparison to other baby food brands. It also has a thicker consistency which may cause problems for some weaning babies.

Although, Gerber now has its own organic range and is lowering the number of ingredients in their baby food. They are more affordable but do contain higher sugar and sodium content.

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My Final Thoughts

At the end of the day as long as your baby is eating and enjoying their new foods, and they are healthy and happy then you can’t be doing much wrong.

In this case, I don’t believe that there is a clear winner and think that both have some pros and cons that would need to be weighed up by each parent. Both brands offer a natural and organic range so that makes the choice even more difficult for parents but you are at least halfway there to finding the right baby food for your child.

Emma Davies

Hi, I'm Emma and I'm a mother to 5 beautiful children aged from 1 to 21 years old- life is hectic! I have learned so much along the way, not only from my own children but also through my professional life. In my positions as a Childminder and Teaching Assistant, I have studied Child Development and The Early Years Developing Practice. I wish to share all of this knowledge and help you with your own parenting journey!

Tastes of native autumn: hazelnuts, walnuts and beech nuts

Almonds, pistachios, macadamia, peanuts, cashews, coconut… All year round we enjoy the wonderful tastes of nuts, whose origin is connected with different parts of the world. However, in autumn and winter, it is worth paying closer attention to our domestic splendor, enclosed in hard shells - hazelnuts and walnuts.

They contain a lot of valuable nutrients and can be used in many culinary dishes. However, before we begin to actively feast on them, we should also learn about their “dark side”. Because, only having complete information about these gifts of nature, we can use them with maximum benefit. nine0003

Health itself? Unfortunately no!

Although nuts are a storehouse of many valuable substances, many nutritionists advocate a very moderate use of them in the diet. There are several reasons for this. Both hazelnuts and walnuts contain more than 600 kcal per 100 grams. However, the second nuance is even more important than the high calorie content - the unfavorable ratio of omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids. The wrong proportion can lead to inflammation, insulin resistance, and even provoke autoimmune processes. nine0003

Experts believe that nuts should be consumed in small quantities and no more than a couple of times a week. However, it is necessary that they be an ingredient in some dish (for example, morning porridge) or serve as a full meal. The fact is that snacking on nuts leads to the fact that we lose control over the amount eaten. And this can have negative consequences, first of all, weight gain.

Nut Source of Vitamins

Although an excess of nuts can have adverse health effects, in moderation they provide us with valuable nutrients. Tree nuts along with macadamia are the richest source of omega-9 fatty acids. In addition, they contain a lot of vitamin E, the lack of which can lead to fertility problems. Another valuable component of hazelnuts are B vitamins, which have a positive effect on potency and are necessary for the proper functioning of the nervous system. Magnesium present in these gifts of nature also helps to improve concentration, memory, and help to cope with stress more effectively.

Walnuts have an optimal ratio of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids. They also contain iron, calcium and potassium, but walnuts supply us primarily with phosphorus, magnesium and folic acid. Thanks to this, they support concentration, memory ability, improve the quality of sleep and calm the nerves. nine0003

Walnuts (100 g) - 645 kcal, 16.0 g protein, 60. 3 g fat 18.0 g carbohydrates and 6.5 g fiber.

Hazelnuts (100 g) - 628 kcal, 15.0 g protein, 61.0 g fat, 17.0 g carbohydrates and 9.7 g fiber.

The Taste of Autumn

Of course, we eat nuts not only for nutrition, but also - primarily - to enjoy their taste. Without them, it is difficult to imagine many desserts or pastries: nut ice cream, cakes with nut cream, chocolate with nuts and much more. But, contrary to popular belief, these gifts of nature are not only suitable for sweet dishes. They thrive in salty foods, such as nuts and mushrooms. Together they can serve as the basis of a vegetarian pate. In the same way, you can combine nuts with vegetables or cereals. Another idea to enjoy these autumn gifts in a savory version is to cook salads with them. Nuts feel great in the company of cheeses, tomatoes, spinach, beets, kale, so we have many opportunities for preparing delicious salads. nine0003

It is also an interesting idea to make breading for meat using walnuts. Chopped nuts laced with honey can transform a polendvitsa or other part of a pork carcass into something completely new. The meat is prepared in the same way as in the case of traditional dishes. After delicate frying, the pieces are rolled in a breading of nuts, breadcrumbs, honey and eggs and baked, lightly poured with broth. To protect this breading composition from excessive burning, you can wrap the meat with aluminum foil. nine0003

Nuts do not like high temperatures

Using nuts in the kitchen, we most often subject them to some kind of heat treatment, for example, fry them in a pan. And, although they acquire a wonderful taste, unfortunately, such manipulations negatively affect their beneficial properties. The omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids mentioned above are very unstable to high temperatures. Therefore, if it is only about preserving the healing properties, nuts should not be fried and baked. There is no particular health benefit in baking flour made from nuts and/or seeds. nine0003

Are beech nuts blacklisted?

Many people got acquainted with another autumn nut, beech, in their childhood. It has a slightly bitter, but pleasant taste. However, we should not eat them as much as we want, although they were once enjoyed by the ancient Greeks and the indigenous people of North America. Despite the many valuable nutrients - magnesium, phosphorus, calcium, B vitamins, these small nuts are rich in substances with harmful and even toxic effects.

Thus, oxalic acid, which is abundant in beech nuts, weakens bones and teeth, while favoring the formation of kidney stones. Another harmful substance is fagin. In large quantities, this alkaloid works as a hallucinogenic substance and has a toxic effect on the body. Headaches, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea are typical symptoms of beech tree poisoning. They can be accompanied by even more alarming signs - a decrease in body temperature and convulsions. Considering that we have a large selection of nuts at our disposal, which in moderation have a beneficial rather than detrimental effect on health, it is better to refuse beech nuts - away from sin. nine0003

Instead of feasting on unsafe beechnuts, let's turn our attention to hazelnuts and make a very tasty salsa piemontese di nociole Italian sauce, although it requires roasting the fruit. It's easy to prepare.

Toast hazelnuts (100 g) in a dry frying pan. Add:

  • minced garlic (2 large cloves)
  • 100 ml cream (30%)
  • 100 ml olive oil,
  • a large spoonful of natural cocoa
  • parmesan (about 70 g)
  • salt, pepper, nutmeg.

Mix all the ingredients in a blender until a homogeneous mass is obtained. A small glass of alcohol - cognac or brandy - will add aroma to it. This sauce goes best with pasta. Sprinkle each serving with a little grated cheese and garnish with a basil or parsley leaf, for example.

West Virginia WIC Program Guide in English 2020

Legumes and fish


Coffee beans

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Peanut Butter

Not available for purchase by children under two years of age.

How to use:

  • Any brand of commercially prepared, pre-packaged, low-sugar or low-sodium plain peanut butter, including smooth, crunchy or extra crunchy, and coarse. nine0050
  • Natural & Organic Palm Oil Free Peanut Butter
  • 16-18 oz pack ONLY.


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  • Peanut Butter

X Peanut butter is not recommended for children under two years of age due to the risk of choking.

Bean and peanut butter conversion



  • ANY BRAND Piece of light tuna; pink salmon
  • 5oz, 6oz, 7. 5oz, or 14.75oz cans
  • None

    • Sardines or Jack Mackerel; Albacore, yellowfin, white piece, solid white, tongol, or other specialty tuna; Blueback, chum salmon, sockeye salmon, red, royal, wild or coho salmon
    • Flakes or grated; low sodium content; choose whimsical and/or solid
    • organic
    • Fish containing flavorings, spices or ingredients other than salt, oil or water
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    • Individual serving size packets
    • Fish and cracker combinations or fish pastes



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