Teething rusks

hello mummies - I wanted to buy teething rusks for my LO. Not the hard cylindrical biscuit kinds but the thin flat wafer ones. Does anyone know where I can find them?

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Heinz Teething Rusks are used by a number of my mum friends. it is very good for them to bite on as it really encourages chewing and jaw movement. but if lo saliva gets all over it will be sticky. so try to give lo when he is on a chair. Also it is messy and hard to clean when it cakes up.

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Skip the Heinz teething rusks - they were so hard, my bb's gums bled :( For wafer types, you can try Plum's Organic Teething Wafers. Check out the baby food section or organic section of larger supermarkets such as Jason's, Cold Storage for a better bet.

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I gave this to my baby. They have 6 varieties; Banana & Mango, Strawberry & Beet, Sweet Potato & Pumpkin, Simply Rice, Pomegranate & Blueberry, Broccoli Pear & Kale

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Recommend Heinz rusks. They sell it at Cold Storage Jelita at $5.80 for box of 12 rusks. No added sugar. Suitable for 6 months up.

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I agree with Cindy, the Heinz teething rusks are so hard ! And Plum's Organic are definitely a good try :)

Healthy time maple teething biscuits. my boy doesn't like Heinz.

Daiso has it. and Meidiya at Liang Court has it too!

I give Bellamy's teething rusks. Bought from cold storage.

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Farley Rusks! But i only see it in Malaysia Jusco!

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The rafferty garden teething rusks are great

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