Petits Filous
Number 1 Kids Fromage Frais
FAQs
Does Petits Filous contain colourings?
Petits Filous fromage frais has the goodness guarantee so you can rest assured there are no artificial colours or sweeteners in the product. Please check the ingredients list for more information on individual products.
Can Petits Filous be frozen?
Petits Filous fromage frais, both big and small pots and Petits Filous Fruit Layers can be frozen - a fun and delicious snack for kids! Petits Filous Little Desserts and Fruity Smooth Yogurt are not suitable for freezing.
Is it necessary to keep Petits Filous in the fridge?
Yes. Petits Filous fromage frais should always be kept refrigerated and eaten within its use by date shown on pack.
What happens if I am Diabetic?
If you are diabetic, it is important to seek advice from a healthcare professional such as your GP, pharmacist or a registered dietician with regards to Petits Filous suitability. Petits Filous fromage frais contains 10.1g total sugar per 85g pot and 5.6g per 47g pot. Please check nutritional information for other Petits Filous ranges such as Little Desserts, Fruit Layers and Fruity Smooth Yogurt. Diabetic treatment and advice varies greatly from patient to patient. Simply take the nutrition information to a healthcare professional and he/she will be able to advise you on suitability, quantity and frequency of consumption.
Why is Petits Filous important in my child's diet?
It is important that we all eat a balanced and varied diet. This means eating a variety of foods to provide us with a variety of nutrients. We recommend that Petits Filous fromage frais is included as part of your child's balanced diet.
Is Petits Filous gluten free?
Petits Filous fromage frais and yogurt are gluten free and this is highlighted as part of our special Goodness Guarantee™. Please note, Petits Filous Little Desserts are also gluten free as mentioned in Petits Filous Little Desserts Promise.
Is Petits Filous suitable for vegetarians?
Petits Filous is made from fermented cow's milk and therefore is suitable for lacto-vegetarians, but not for vegans.
Does Petits Filous count towards my child's '5-a-day'?
No. It is a dairy-based product whose main ingredient is milk.
Any recommendations on how I can encourage my child to eat more nutrient containing foods?
The way you present food will help tempt your little one to eat up. Healthy eating simply means providing your child with a variety of different types of foods as different foods provide different nutrients. The main food groups:
Fruit and vegetables - for vitamins, minerals and fibre. To make them more interesting cut brightly coloured vegetables and fruit such as carrot batons and tomatoes into fun sized pieces. Use bright colourful bowls and decorate plates with a smiley face made with small pieces of cheese and vegetables. Pretend broccoli florets are trees and stick them in mashed potato.
Starchy foods - like bread, potatoes, pasta, rice - are good sources of energy and should make up the main part of your childs meal/snack.
Protein foods - protein foods should be included with each meal. Milk, chicken, meat, fish, beans and pulses, eggs.
Dairy - dairy foods provide calcium, for bone development! 3 dairy portions every day is an easy way to meet your child's daily calcium needs - that means a glass of milk, one piece of cheddar type cheese, and a yogurt or a fromage frais such as Petits Filous. Dairy also provides protein and other vitamins and minerals. Portion sizes should be adapted to the age and appetite of your child.