Farex

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Farex is a food for babies and infants made primarily from flour and enriched with vitamins. It was produced by the company Glaxo.[1]

About[edit]

Farex baby cereal was first produced by the company Glaxo in 1934. Today, Farex is one of the most popular foods for babies in Australia and New Zealand. Farex now offers cereals for different ages.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Richard Peter Treadwell Davenport-Hines, Judy Slinn (1992), Glaxo: a history to 1962, p. 81 
  2. ^ "Farex - The Best Start". Farex. Retrieved 9 January 2013.