During the first period of life, the infant grows very quickly and the brain develops fully. By both actively following and parti- cipating in research, we can constantly ensure that our foods for infants and small children meet a high standard, contribute to good nutritional status and lay the foundation for good eating habits. A menu based on Semper's baby food meets the Nordic Nutrition Recommendations (NNR) as well as recommendations issued by the Swedish Pediatric Association, the European Society for Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition (ESPGHAN) and the Swedish Food Agency. To promote oral motor skills, we also follow the child's development when we decide on the consistency of our baby food. When there are teeth in the mouth, there are pieces in the food - this stimulates the baby to chew and to move the tongue to bring the food to the back of the mouth and swallow. A good exercise for the time when the child will eat the family's food! Food that is good for health and the planet For the youngest infants, the energy and nutritional content of food is particularly important.