Tasty and Convenient... But Made In China!? I usually keep one or two fruit pouches like this in the cupboard as 'back up'. Although I much prefer to feed my toddler home-made foods but sometimes convenience saves the day! Mr 17 months loves apples and peaches, so it was no surprise to me that he enjoyed this product. I used half mixed in with his Weet Bix for breakfast and the other half mixed with some greek yoghurt for morning tea the next day. Both combinations disappeared in quick time, so they must have been tasty! Fruit is naturally high in sugar, so of course this product is high in sugar too. However, I would stick to using it as a 'treat' or in small amounts (such as pairing it with yoghurt or custard). However, the things that bother me most about this product are that it is made in China and that the pouch is not recyclable. Although this product is a cheaper price when compared with other brands, I would happily pay a little extra for an Australian made (and sourced) product and a pouch that can be recycled with soft plastics. In fact, I have recently been purchasing a competing product that is Australian made and comes in recyclable tubs. It even works out cheaper per kilogram! Clearly a tasty product but one that I am unlikely to purchase again without changes... particularly when there are other products on the market that meet all of my needs.