Gerber baby food nutrition labels

EWG's Food Scores | Gerber Baby Food, Broccoli, Carrot, Banana, Pineapple

EWG Overall Score Breakdown

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Considers calories, saturated fat, trans fat, sugar, sodium, protein, fiber and fruit, vegetable and nut content to differentiate between healthful and less healthful foods. For more information on nutrition concerns, read our full methodology.

The nutrition factors used for scoring Gerber Baby Food, Broccoli, Carrot, Banana, Pineapple

Positive factors

Fruit, vegetable, bean or nut content

Protein content

Fiber content

Omega-3 fatty acids

Negative factors

Calorie density

Sugar/low-calorie sweetener content

Sodium content

Saturated fat content

Trans fat content

Considers food additives, pesticides, hormones, antibiotics and contaminants like mercury and BPA, which can affect human health and the environment. For more information on ingredient concerns, read methodology.

This product is not certified organic []

Estimates how much the food has been processed. Considers many factors, chief among them, modification of individual ingredients from whole foods and number of artificial ingredients. For more information on processing concerns, read our full methodology.

Product has been classified as having no processing concerns

Products with no processing concerns identified are generally whole foods without additives.

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0.0 0.0 % Total Fat 0 g
0. 0 0.0 % Protein 1 g


2.0 2.0 % Sodium 30 mg
Added Sugar Ingredients: none listed


10.0 10.0 % Dietary Fiber 1 g
Vitamin D (no value on present label)
4.0 4.0 % Iron
Potassium (no value on present label)

† Institute of Medicine. 2010. "Dietary Reference Intakes Tables and Application." Accessed April 8, 2014: link

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Gluten Free

Egg Free

Fish Free

Milk Free

Peanut Free

Shellfish Free

Soy Free

Treenut Free

Wheat Free


GERBER 1ST FOODS Carrot Baby Food, 2-2 oz. Tubs


Carrots, Water.


Refrigerate after opening and use within 2 days.


Do not use if foil seal is broken or missing.


Nutrition Facts

Serving Size 1.0 tub

Servings Per Container 2

  • Amount Per Serving
  • Calories 20
    • Total Fat 0g0%daily value
    • Sodium 20mg1%daily value
    • Total Carbohydrate 5g2%daily value
    • Total CarbohydrateDietary Fiber 1g4%daily value
    • Total CarbohydrateSugars 3g
    • Protein 0g

Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.


Gluten Free

Egg Free

Fish Free

Milk Free

Peanut Free

Shellfish Free

Soy Free

Treenut Free

Wheat Free


GERBER 1ST FOODS Carrot Baby Food, 2-2 oz. Tubs


Carrots, Water.


Refrigerate after opening and use within 2 days.


Do not use if foil seal is broken or missing.

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Yes, Gerber Baby Food Carrot Tubs is gluten-free.

Gerber Baby Food Carrot Tubs has 20.0 calories.

Gerber Baby Food Carrot Tubs has 5.0 carbs.

Gerber Baby Food Carrot Tubs has 0.0 grams of sugar.

Gerber Baby Food Carrot Tubs has 0.0 grams of fat.

Gerber Baby Food Carrot Tubs has 20.0 grams of sodium.

Who is she - a mysterious baby from a jar of popular baby food Gerber

A woman whose face has been known to the whole world for almost a hundred years has died in the USA. Ann Turner Cook is exactly that big-eyed baby from the jar of the famous baby food brand Gerber. Until the last days, this woman remained energetic and no less charming than in her distant childhood - when her amazing eyes so captivated the jury members of the competition for the best logo for the company. About how the fate of the baby from the baby food label turned out and why she was silent for many years about her involvement in this brand - in our material. nine0006

Wise wife

This story began in 1927. One morning, Mrs. Dorothy, the wife of cannery owner Frank Gerber, said to her husband, “Honey, I'm so tired of mixing the puree for our little daughter by hand every day! Maybe your company will start producing not only tomato paste for adults, but also food for babies?

Baby Ann's face on baby food packages of yesteryear and now.

This is how the first five types of baby puree from Gerber appeared, which soon became the most popular brand among mothers in America, and then in other parts of the world. nine0006

The advertising campaign was very well thought out and expensive - all that remained was to come up with a memorable logo that new mothers would love so much.

READ ALSO:Who was the woman who discovered alchemy: Plato's daughter, Moses' sister, or Mary Magdalene is an artist and the namesake of the owner's wife. It was she who sketched on paper this cute baby face with incredibly beautiful, huge eyes. But it was not a fictional baby - the daughter of her neighbors, 5-month-old Ann Turner, became the model for Dorothy. nine0006

Ann Turner Cook many years later with her portrait.

Submitting this simple black and white portrait to the competition, Dorothy made a note to the organizers: “This is just a sketch. If you choose my logo, I will finalize it.” However, this simple baby face with a surprised look sunk into the souls of the judges so much that they not only chose it as the ideal logo, but also decided that nothing needs to be improved in it - otherwise the baby’s face will turn out to be glossy artificial. Let naughty curls, bow-shaped lips, grimy cheeks remain, as if stained with delicious mashed potatoes. nine0006

The artist was paid $300, she sold the rights to the portrait of baby Ann to baby food companies.

Ann and a jar of puree.

Unraveling the mystery

From the first months of her life, millions of mothers and babies in America and other countries have seen the face of this baby, and, of course, many wondered: who is this child? There were even rumors that little Elizabeth Taylor was depicted on the jars, and someone even thought that it was a boy. However, neither Ann Turner Cook's relatives, nor she herself sought to reveal the secret to the whole world. By the way, the girl from an early age knew that it was her face that was depicted on the jars, but due to modesty she never boasted about it. nine0006

She knew she was the face of a baby food brand, but she tried not to tell anyone about it.

As an adult, Ann received her master's degree and began teaching English at a Florida school. The children loved the charming, patient and kind teacher very much. So the years went by. Ms. Cook's teaching career proved to be successful and eventually she even headed the department at Hillsborough High School.

READ ALSO: How a man who could not read and write managed to work as a school teacher for almost 20 years
It was only in 1978 when Ann took part in a popular talk show about who is depicted on the jars of Gerber that people learned about. This was followed by several of her interviews with local newspapers, but nothing more - she never aspired to publicity.

This woman remained in the shadows for half a century, but then she decided to tell her story to her compatriots. /Photo:

Recent years

In retirement, Ann Turner Cook began writing books. Several mystical novels came out from under her pen. In recent years, she has also been among those who have selected children for Gerber advertising campaigns. So, for example, in 2018, a baby with Down syndrome, Lucas Warren, became the face of the company. nine0006

Ann and baby Lucas chosen for the campaign.

According to Ann's son, his mother was always active, cheerful and had a great sense of humor. Her life was cut short due to an unfortunate injury. At the end of May, she fell unsuccessfully and ended up in the hospital. She died in early June, surrounded by loving loved ones. They say that until the last day she remained optimistic and even joked.

Until the last days she remained cheerful and charming. /

The twists and turns of human destinies are sometimes truly incredible. Such amazing things happen in life that you are simply amazed: how could this happen? For example, after a divorce, 30-year-old Kathy from the United States decided to drastically change her life and become a foster mother. She adopted two children a year apart, and then found out that they were blood brother and sister.

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Label Baby: The story of a baby from a Gerber baby food package - from a simple sketch to the present day

May 16, 2020

CHIPS journal

Recently, foreign resources about children happily announced the new "Gerber baby": the annual competition for the position of the official of the baby food company has ended in favor of the charming one-year-old Magnolia. She became the first adopted child to win the company's photography competition. To find out where the tradition came from to choose the face of the company every year, and who was the first "Gerber baby", we studied the history of the company. Here's what we got. nine0006

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The idea to put a baby on a baby food package came from the head of the Fremont Cannery Company, Dan Gerber, in 1928. He launched a competition for a portrait of a child whose face would best fit a new brand of baby food. Many artists entered the competition, but the victory went to Dorothy Hope Smith of Connecticut, who submitted a quick charcoal sketch to the competition.

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At 19In 1931, the portrait of the "Gerber baby" became the official logo of the company, and in 1941 it was renamed the Gerber Products Company. The model for the fateful drawing was the daughter of the artist's neighbors, Ann Turner Cook, who later became a writer of mystical novels and an English teacher.


— Chris Colin (@chriscolin3000) June 4, 2018

In 2011, Gerber launched a competition to find a new face for the company, in which over 217,000 children took part. Inspired by the success of the competition, the company's employees decided to hold it annually and still do it. “The photo contest is a joyful moment that many families look forward to every year,” said company spokeswoman Kelly Schneider. nine0006

In addition to using their photos in the brand's advertising campaigns throughout the year, the "Gerber children" receive a cash prize. In 2014, two children became officials of the company at once: the twins Levi and Paxton Strickland. In 2018, one-year-old Lucas Warren won the photo contest, becoming the first “Gerber baby” with Down syndrome (he even managed to meet Ann Turner in person, by the way – look how cute they are!).

A year after Lucas, Kairi Yang was elected as the company's official, and she became the first "Gerber child" with Hmong roots (Hmong is a Vietnamese people). And this year, little Magnolia Earl, who continued the line of unique children in Gerber advertising, was honored to represent the world famous brand of baby food, she became the first adopted child among the winners of the competition.

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