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Q: Which water for baby bottles?

Hello there, 

 

I am back to Beijing with my 5 weeks old daughter and I wonder which bottled water to buy for her bottles. 
Parents know that the water for baby's bottles cannot have too much nitrates, too much magnesium, nor too much minerals and yet be spring water. 

I've been buying importer water but at 13rmb/bottle, it is hardly a long term solution. 

 

Any advice from parents out there who faced this questions before?

 

Thanks in advance, 

6 years 1 week ago in  Family & Kids - Beijing

 
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For  your baby?

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Go to Carrefour and buy italian San Benedetto water in white glass bottle. 15 rmb per 1 L bottle is small money for piece of mind.

 

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