Little Freddie Exotic Coconut Tropical Fruits (100G) - 6M+
Little Freddie Exotic Coconut Tropical Fruits (100G) - 6M+
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Little Freddie Exotic Coconut Tropical Fruits (100G) - 6M+

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  • Gluten Free
  • Source of Fibre
  • Vegetarian




Creamy Sri Lankan coconut milk, mellow banana and juicy Madagascan pineapple come together for a taste of the tropics in this fruity recipe.

We use only the finest coconuts grown ethically in Sri Lanka. They are grown on the eastern seaboard where the rainfall is more abundant and copious amounts of sunshine steams the water of the coconut to make it sweeter and tastier.

We blind taste-tested 5 different varieties of pineapple before choosing the juicy and deliciously sweet Madagascan Cayenne Lisse pineapples in this recipe.

Blended with Cavendish bananas, this recipe is a great introduction to exotic flavours and a source of fibre to help get things moving.




31% Organic apples

28% Organic bananas

25% Organic pineapples

15% Organic coconut milk

1% Organic rice flour

<0.1% Organic lemon juice concentrate




Typical values per 100g:

Energy                    291kJ / 70kcal

Fibre                             1.6g

Fat                                0.6g

Protein                          0.6g

of which saturates        0.5g

Salt                               0.0g

Carbohydrates             14.0g

of which sugars            8.8g




"Your little one is going to love this exotic fruit pouch. The creamy coconut in this makes it a real luxury to try with a variety of different foods and textures. Try mixing this pouch up with some soft banana or baked apple slices. It’s a great way to introduce finger foods which are essential for developing those motor and coordination skills." - Rhiannon.