The World Health Organisation (WHO) recommends exclusive breastfeeding for the first 6 months. Consult your doctor for advice on when to introduce complementary foods to your baby. Breastfeeding should continue for as long as possible after introduction of complementary foods.
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Shopping! That's one word that's sure to bring a smile to your face. Whether it's just window shopping with friends or a planned trip to buy something you want, shopping is a pleasurable pastime that will add cheer to any day.
Grocery shopping is an equally eventful activity, especially since more money is spent on food than any other goods or services, and more importantly because it determines the mood around the dining table every day! This is absolutely why it is essential to do it right. Because unknowingly buying food containing bacteria, which sometimes cannot be detected by sight, smell or taste, can end up creating a food poisoning crisis in your home. So how do you know if the food you purchase is safe to eat? Here are some pointers. What and how to buy?
Another important thing to remember when general shopping is to buy your groceries only before you go home. This will help you avoid leaving food in your car. What not to buy?
Avoid buying any product where you have doubts about the quality. These might include:
You can always report issues with packaging, product, storage or sanitation to store management. In fact, lots of consumers would thank you for that! Grocery shopping can be fun or a chore for you. Whatever the case, remember to take into consideration the condition of the store. Only shop at places that don't keep food on the floor and where there are no pests or insects. Also make sure that the fridge and freezer are clean, cold and not over-packed. Now that you have these helpful tips, we wish you a healthy, safe and enjoyable grocery shopping trip!
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