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Baby's broth Sea bream

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Size & Weight

Content quantity
32g (4g x 8 packs)


Country of manufacture: Japan

Ingredients: Dried sea bream (manufactured in Japan)

Shelf life: 1 year from date of manufacture

Storage Method
Store away from direct sunlight, high temperature and humidity.

Nutrition Facts (4g per pack)(Estimated value)
Energy 14kcal
Protein 2.8g
Fat 0.2g
Carbohydrates 0.0g
Salt equivalent 0.2g


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    This white fish broth packet is made only from natural dried sea bream from Sakaiminato, Tottori Prefecture.
    By boiling and drying sea bream, the flavor is concentrated and an elegant-tasting broth can be made with a less cloying taste.

    No chemical seasonings or preservatives are added, and no sugar or salt is used.
    Free of 28 allergens.

    Foods covered by Japanese infant standards
    Dashi packets for baby food: From around 7 months

    How to make broth:

    1. Put the dashi packet in a pot with 400ml of water and heat.
    2. Shake the dashi packet 5 times with chopsticks and simmer over low heat for 3 to 5 minutes after it comes to a boil.
    3. Remove the dashi packet.

    Start with a thin broth and gradually work your way up.