Amazon Prime: Gerber Grabbers Fruit & Veggies 18-Count Pack Only $12.42 Shipped

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Hop over to Amazon where you can save 30% off select Gerber items when you clip the coupon found here and opt for Subscribe & Save.

As an idea, Amazon Prime members can score this 18-Count Variety Package of Gerber Graduates Grabbers Squeezable Fruit & Veggies for just $12.42 shipped when you clip the 30% off coupon and opt for Subscribe & Save. That means you are paying 69¢ per grabber shipped to your door!

This variety pack includes 6 Banana Blueberry, 6 Apple Mango Strawberry and 6 Apple and Sweet Potato with Cinnamon pouches.

NOTE, if you have 5 or more subscriptions arriving in a month, you’ll save a whopping 15% off this order instead of the regular 5% – which will sweeten this deal! Remember, when you sign up for Subscribe and Save, you are under NO obligation whatsoever and can cancel at anytime. To cancel or modify your Subscribe and Save items, just click on “my account” and then “subscriptions” and then you can cancel and/or modify anything you want.

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  1. Laura W

    Yay! Got these for around $9. Thank you!! 😊

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      You’re so welcome!

  2. Katherine

    My son who is turn 3months yesterday. Dr said he can eat at 4 months… how old are these products recommend?

    • Laura W

      These say toddler..probably because it’s a squeeze pouch. I would think it can be spoon fed to younger.

    • Autumn

      Not related, but there are benefits to waiting until 6 months to feed your baby solids. Not trying to tell you what to do, just suggesting that you may want to research the benefits of waiting. It’s better for their gut.

    • linda

      Don’t bother. Use puree on a spoon if you are that anxious to feed your baby. Otherwise wait until 6 mo.

    • K

      I’m also on the waiting until 6-month bandwagon, but to answer your question these are recommended for toddlers. I do believe they are a tad thicker than the “First Foods” purees are.

      Also, it is recommended to introduce foods on their own (only bananas, only pears, etc) first and to spread them out so that you can monitor for allergies. These pouches combine different fruit and veggies so I don’t think they would benefit you for some time.

  3. kim

    Thank you, I also got some snacks too for a great deal.

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      You’re welcome Kim!

  4. Jen

    How did you get the cost to be $9?

    • Laura W

      Mine took off $3.82 for SS and an adtl $5.73 in coupon savings for a total of $9.56.

  5. Amber

    My 3 year old and 1 year old are addicted to these pouches! I already ordered a bunch when you’ve listed other brands recently so I’ll have to have self-control and say no this time 😉

    • Amber

      There are non-baby-food pouches on sale at Costco right now for 45 cents a pouch 🙂

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Lol! Happy they have enjoyed these pouches! Thanks for the feedback Amber!

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