The average recommended age to introduce food to babies is in between 4 and 6 months. It is, however, advisable to consult a doctor before adding any new food to your baby’s diet.
- Allergy statement: Our foods are not processed on machines that process any known allergens. Most of our foods should be safe from allergens. Some tropical fruits though have been known to be allergens. That is why we package those as 6+ month foods. Some pediatricians recommend waiting longer until 8-10 months and as always it is best to consult your family doctor before introducing new foods. The allergic reactions are rare and are not lethal. They are typically dermatological or topical. If the baby has an atopic reaction to mango, he may have a rash around the mouth or the bottom. The rash looks like that of a poison ivy. If your family has a history of allergy to mango or nuts, take care while serving the fruit to your baby. Also, the high fiber content in mango may lead to diarrhea if the baby’s digestive system is not matured enough.
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