TEETHERS


St Amour Teethers are vegan teething biscuits affectionately mothers call " The Rolls Royce of Teething Biscuits".

We have hundreds of testimonials praising this exceptional product.

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We have been using St. Amour's teething biscuits and she LOVES them! I don't leave her alone with them obviously but they definitely do not break apart easily and they get pretty mushy by the time she can actually get a piece in her mouth. When she gets to that point I break the mushy part off and let her start on the hard part again just to be safe. But, yea, they are great and keep her occupied for a long time. I used one the other day when I brought her to lunch with a bunch of my friends. She sat in the highchair at the restaurant and was totally occupied by it most of the time!

Annie

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The ones we use are for babies....there is even a picture of a little baby on the box with it. They are 100% Natural and vegan with no salt, no yeast, no cholesterol and no preservatives. I know they are made in France so we get them at a specialty grocery store but I bet you can find them online. They are call St. Amours Teethers, French Teething Biscuits.

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The ones we use are for babies....there is even a picture of a little baby on the box with it.  They are 100% Natural and vegan with no salt, no yeast, no cholesterol and no preservatives.  I know they are made in France so we get them at a specialty grocery store but I bet you can find them online.  They are call St. Amours Teethers, French Teething Biscuits. 

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My friends, we are currently in the throes of cutting that first tooth, and boy is my daughter pissed.  And non-sleepy.  And constantly shoving anything and everything into her mouth and chomping hard.

Of course we have all different types of soothers, and my mom tried to cut down on some of everyone’s misery by purchasing some St. Amour’s Teething Biscuits on a shopping trip to Whole Paycheck.

I was skeptical.

All of my previous experiences with teething biscuits were pretty negative, with them either being vehemently rejected (for taste, or lack thereof, I’m assuming) or turning into somewhat of a choking hazard by being a bit too prone to chunkiness for my comfort.

Enter St. Amour’s.

My daughter pounced on them like only a person in discomfort can when they find something to ease their pain.  Actually, she is a fairly non-engaged eater of “big people food” at this point, but I have never seen her be so interested in a food item before.  These biscuits dissolve wonderfully, while still retaining the firmness that is so pleasing to the gums.  I never once worried that she was going to choke, and before I knew it, the rather substantial biscuit was gone. 

These are based on a French recipe and available at various retailers. Click the link to check locations by state.  Add the fact that they are vegan, all natural, and fat-free, and you’ve got yourself a winner.

*I was given no free product or compensation for this review.  Well, unless you count the fact my mom bought it for me.

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St. Amour is a California-based company specializing in French-inspired cookies. Though they offer several vegan products, their most notable has to be Teethers, perhaps the first vegan and organic teething biscuits to hit the market. These firm lemon cookies are without salt, preservatives, or others ingredients that you wouldn't want your little one to have. Teethers are 'mess-free' and will hold up well as your youngster puts them through their paces. Plus, any leftovers make fairly tasty dunking cookies that parents will enjoy with their favorite café.

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Anyone use St. Amour teether cookies at Whole Foods?

I bought them and they are great, don't break but I hate to use a product I never heard of! Anyone use them?

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St. Amour TEETHERS
No teething biscuit in the market today compares to St. Amour’s Teethers, they are unique and exceedingly special. While often more than twice as expensive as ordinary teething biscuits (by package NOT by weight), TEETHERS is the # 1 seller in its category in Whole Foods Markets in Southern California most likely due to the following factors all of which are important to mothers:
1. TEETHERS very large size makes them particularly safe as babies cannot get them very far into their mouths keeping them from being a choking hazard. This large size also provides the baby with something it can readily hold on to so as to be able to rub it back and forth against its aching gums.
2. Unlike all other biscuits on the market which are not only small (a choking hazard) but which also fall apart and as such cannot fulfill their function as teething biscuits (which is to soothe the baby’s aching gums), St. Amour’s TEETHERS do NOT fall apart and get mushy, thus also being mess-free which mothers love. Exceptionally hard and just abrasive enough to do the job for which they were developed, TEETHERS slowly melt away a tiny bit at a time allowing the lemon oil with which they are infused to ease the baby’s pain. Just try to take one out of the hand of a baby that is “using” it !! We say “using” it as opposed to “eating” it because TEETHERS truly perform the function for which they were designed while at the same time being a 100% natural food item containing no dairy, eggs, fat, cholesterol, sodium, preservatives or artificial flavors or colorings. Mothers report that just one of St. Amour’s TEETHERS keeps the baby busy and soothed and happy hour after hour. Additionally they tell us that they recycle the Teethers by letting them dry out overnight and re-presenting them the next day as babies normally “use” only an inch or two of one TEETHER in a day. Keep in mind that these are for babies that do NOT have teeth so essentially they are sucking on TEETHERS for an extended period of time making it important that they not disintegrate.
An interesting aside: mothers and fathers say that they themselves enjoy the TEETHERS with tea or coffee.
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