How to Buy Gerber Baby Food

Updated March 23, 2017

Created by Frank Gerber, Gerber baby food is a leading competitor in the baby food industry. In 2007, Nestle acquired the Gerber corporation and the company now focuses on filling in the nutrition gaps and improving the eating habits of infants and young children, according to Gerber. Gerber offers a wide selection of baby foods such as cereals, dinners, desserts, and fruit and vegetable purées.

Go to the Gerber website. Scroll down and click "Baby Food" in the "Quick Links" section. Click "Shop Now" from the blue sidebar on the left hand side of the page. Select a particular baby food you want to purchase. Click "Add to Basket." Enter the quantity. Click "Add to basket" again. Click "Go to Check Out." At this point you will be prompted to sign up for an account if you don't have one. Enter your payment and shipping information on the final check out page and click "Submit." The baby food will be shipped to the address you specified on the order form.

Go the baby section of your local supermarket. Look for Gerber baby food on the shelf. Choose the particular type of Gerber product you want to buy. Place it in your cart. Proceed to the checkout counter and pay for the food. Be careful when handling baby food as it often comes in easy-to-break glass bottles.

Go to a product search engine like The Find. Enter "Gerber Baby Food" into the search box. Click on the specific type of Gerber baby food you want to buy and the vendor you want to buy the food from. Enter the quantity. Click "Add to Cart." Click "Check out." You'll be asked to sign up for an account if you don't have one already. Enter your payment and shipment information on the final check out page.


If you are unsure which food is right for your baby's stage of development, check the labels. They contain information to help you decide, for instance, if your baby is ready for foods that require chewing. The Gerber web site also has information on its products, which are designed for development levels from babies to preschoolers.

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