Sunday, April 11, 2010

Review: Baby Mum-Mums Organic Rice Rusks



Hot Kid's Organic Baby Mum-Mums are a favorite snack of our little Wiggle Bean.  They make a great snack on the go, before bed or any time.


Baby Mum-Mums are perfect for teething and are specially designed to dissolve easily. Organic Baby Mum-Mum's are crispy rice rusks that are lightly sweetened (less than 1g per serving).  Baby Mum-Mum's contain no artificial colors or flavors; no preservatives; gluten-free; wheat, egg and peanut free.  Baby Mum-Mum's come in original, vegetable and Organic Original varieties.   You can also get Toddler Mum-Mum's in organic original and organic strawberry. They are packaged in easy to grab packets containing two rusks.

Hot Kid's Organic Mum-Mum is made from Japonica Rice, Sugar, Skim Milk Powder, Salt and are USDA certified organic.  They are a great alternative for standard teething biscuits, especially for those babies that have allergies to wheat or gluten. 

Wiggle Bean can not get enough of them, she runs around cheering Mum-mum when she sees the package.  I feel good about giving them to her since they are not packed full of sugar.

Baby Mum-Mu also has a blog.  The Baby Mum-Mum blog discusses everything to do with babies and parenting with a focus on child health and child development.  They recently posted an interesting article on teething, I found it interesting because Bean started cutting her incisors this weekend (I though I had a few more months)

Where to Buy:
Baby Mum-Mum can be found at many large retailers such as Fredmeyer, Wal-Mart, Babies"R"Us, and Amazon.com.


**Disclaimer: I was not paid in any form of cash for this posting.  I received case of Organic Baby Mum-Mums for the purpose of my reviewThis is solely the opinion of Over Thirty Mommy. Other people may have different experiences with the product.**  

19 comments:

Nancyk_79@yahoo.com said...

oh yeah my baby is in love with these as well!

adaddyblog said...

These sound great, Carrie. Our baby is 20 months old now, though still finishing cutting her last teeth. We try to giver her mostly organic (about 80 to 90 percent of them at least) products. Thanks for sharing this info. Oh, and thanks for dropping by my blog during the UBP. I tried to leave a comment previously, but have been having a problem with Firefox and comments on some blogs. So I downloaded the latest IE browser and it seems to be working now. Have a great week!

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Sarah B. said...

My little boy loves Mum mums. I think they're great. I love taking them with me to restaurants - they provide the perfect distraction so mommy can eat her dinner in peace.

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Annie Robertson said...

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Chrissyb said...

Would love to try these out they look really wonderful for my son!

CHRISTINA said...

My son loves the Mum Mums too! They are an awesome alternative to the other biscuits used for teething that are so messy and stick to everything!

Anonymous said...

I have a question, I am abit nervouse giving my baby anything made in China. Mum Mum Rice Rusk states on the box "Product of China", are these made there as well?? They do not have the best track record when it comes to their packaged foods including their baby formula.

Organic Baby Products said...

I think they are great. Most of the moms I know have liked this. What I like the most is it is organic.

Anonymous said...

I'm like the poster who questions them being made in China. I don't think I'd trust any food (especially for children) that is made in China. They don't have a good track record. Also these rice husks contain sugar and salt. Babies do not need salt OR sugar.

Anonymous said...

The packaging is ridiculously excessive. The toddler version comes packaged 2 crackers in cello, inside another bag, inside a box. After opening the first box, I can't justify the waste.

Anonymous said...

Two comments had a problem with made in China. I don't think these generalized stereotype bias has any grounds, maybe they should also not get any ipods or ipads, wear any prada or coach, use any restoration hardware furniture, the list goes on, since they are all made in China. I would like to see evidence that certain toxic contents are found

Anonymous said...

Actually, last anonymous, it is not a stereotype. There was a huge issue with melamine out of China in children food. It is a poison. The Chinese government actually executed two CEOs because of it. They can't get them all, but at least they tried.

Mezic said...

Hi Last Anonymous.

Melamine in baby formula is kind of a big deal. It was all over the news two years ago. You may have heard about the CEOs that China killed because of it.

It is not only not baseless, it happens to be justified.

Get it together, Paid Troll. It is easily a job that an American should be paid a legitimate amount to do correctly.

I'm sorry that your employer is losing a few cents not killing a baby. You really should find a better employer than Nestle.

lauramart said...

I also won't purchase these because they are made in china. I do not buy any food products from China. Are there any other versions of mum mums out there that aren't from China? Has anyone tried making something similar at home?

emily said...

i think plunty of babies are eating theese and nothng yet ??? i just gave them to my 6 month old who is teething and nothing else is working but theese do!!!! if there was an issue im sure that they would have pulled them off the shelves by now right ???? and do any of you eat chinese food??/ hello!!!!! i think these are very safe and my baby loves them !!!

Lilia Amaro said...

Emily, being concerned about products made in China and eating Chinese food are not the same thing. And yes there is reason for concern. Remember the pet food recall a couple years back. A lot of animals died because of a product that was made in China.
http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/2007_pet_food_recalls

And no, stuff does not get tested before it's put on the shelves. People die and then products are recalled. Every year thousands of people are sickened from food contamination such as E. Coli and salmonella because companies only care about the bottom line. We as consumers need to be aware that just because a product is on the shelf does not make it safe. Walmart just pulled an infant formula because there was a possibility that a child died after consuming it. I did purchase these but I don't think I will be purchasing them again. As another person said they are wasteful and I don't think I can take the chance on a food product that is made in China.

Michelle said...

My son loves mum mums as well, but I was looking for a healthier quick fix too. I found a product at Costco called Snapea Crisps. They contain less salt and sugar than the mums. Baby loves them! There is a warning label about the product being produced in a plant that makes other things with soy, shrimp etc but this snack is made in the US. My son doesn't seem to have any allergies so I'm not concerned about the warning. They taste pretty good and are baked and contain peas. I think they are better than mum mums.

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