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HiPP

milk formula Pre Bio

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9.7 / 10

12/2021

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Skimmed milk, partially demineralised whey powder, vegetable oils (palm oil, rapeseed oil, sunflower oil), LACTOSE, LCP 1 oils (vegetable oil from M. Alpina, FISH OIL), calcium carbonate, potassium chloride, L-tyrosine, L-phenylalanine, magnesium carbonate, L- tryptophan, zinc sulfate, iron sulfate, stabiliser, lactic acid, vitamins A, C, E, B1, B2. B6, inositol, niacin, pantothenic acid, copper-lysine complex, folic acid, potassium iodate, manganese sulfate, sodium selenate

4*600 g
0 to 6 months
Liquid

HiPP

Bio ComBiotik

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9.6 / 10

12/2021

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Skimmed Milk, Part Whey Powder, Vegetable Oils, Prebiotic Fiber, Lactose, Calcium Carb, LCP1 Oil Blend, Potassium Chloride, L-Tyrosine, L-Phenylalanine, Emulsified Soy Lecithin, Magnesium Carb, Zinc Sulfate, L-Tryptophan, Ferrous Sulphate, Lactic Acid Stabilizer, Probiotic Lactic Acid Culture, vitamins A, C, D, E, K, B1, B2, B6, B12, niacin, pantothenic acid, copper sulfate complex, biotin, folic acid, manganese sulfate, potassium iodate, sodium selenate

4*600 g
0 months
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Aptamil

Pepti 2 Milk Formula

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9.4 / 10

12/2021

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Maltodextrin, Hydrolysed whey protein, Vegetable oils, galacto-oligosaccharides, Calcium phosphate, Emulsifiers (citric acid esters of mono- and di-glycerides of fatty acids), Fructo-oligosaccharides, Fish oil, Potassium chloride, Magnesium hydrogen phosphate, Oil from Mortierella Alpina, Sodium chloride, Choline chloride, Vitamin C, L-Tyrosine, Inositol, Taurine, Ferrous sulphate, Zinc sulphate, L-Carnitine, Sodium citrate, Vitamin E, Uridine 5'-monophosphate sodium salt, Cytidine 5'-monophosphate, Pantothenic acid, Adenosine 5'-monophosphate, Inosine 5'-monophosphate sodium salt, Nicotinamide, Guanosine 5’- monophosphate sodium salt, Copper sulphate, Vitamin A, Riboflavin, Thiamin, Vitamin B6, Potassium iodide, Folic acid, Manganese sulphate, Sodium selenite, Vitamin K1, Biotin, Vitamin D3, Vitamin B12

800 g
From 6 months
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Nutrilon

Forte 1

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9.2 / 10

12/2021

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Lactose (MILK), skimmed MILK, vegetable oils (palm oil, canola oil, coconut oil, sunflower oil), galacto-oligosaccharide (MILK), fructo-oligosaccharide, calcium carbonate, FISH oil, L-cysteine ​​hydrochloride, choline chloride, L-ascorbic acid, taurine, trisodium citrate, emulsifier (SOY lecithin), sodium L-ascorbate, ferrous sulfate, DL-α-tocopheryl acetate, inositol, uridine 5'-monophosphate sodium salt, cytidine 5'-monophosphate, zinc sulfate, adenosine 5'-monophosphate, inosine 5'-monophosphate sodium salt, nicotinamide, guanosine 5'-monophosphate sodium salt, calcium D-pantothenate, pteroylmonoglutamic acid, copper sulfate, retinyl palmitate, DL-α-tocopheryl acetate, D-biotin, cyanocobalamin, thiamine hydrochloride, cholecalciferol, L-carnitine, pyridoxine hydrochloride, manganese phytomenadione, sodium selenite

800 g
0 to 6 months
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Olvarit

Variation menu fruit snack

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9.1 / 10

12/2021

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34.2% vegetables (19% carrot, 6% parsnip, 5.2% tomato, 4% onion), 28.8% water (required for preparation), 21% potato, 9% turkey, 3.2% wheat starch, 2% rapeseed oil, corn starch, sage, garlic, black pepper

12 fruit jars of 125 grams
Above 4 months
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Aptamil

First Milk 1 Milk Formula

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8.9 / 10

12/2021

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100% whey protein and contains our 9:1 blend of Galacto- and Fructo-oligosaccharides (GOS/FOS)

4*200 g
From day 1
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Hero Baby

Follow-on Milk 2

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8.8 / 10

12/2021

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Vitamins A, C and D, iron, carbohydrates, fats, essential fatty acids, proteins, minerals, unique amino acids profile; Tryptophan, Histidine and Arginine

800 g
6 to 12 months
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HiPP

milk formula Pre Bio


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9.7 / 10

12/2021

€37.95

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Skimmed milk, partially demineralised whey powder, vegetable oils (palm oil, rapeseed oil, sunflower oil), LACTOSE, LCP 1 oils (vegetable oil from M. Alpina, FISH OIL), calcium carbonate, potassium chloride, L-tyrosine, L-phenylalanine, magnesium carbonate, L- tryptophan, zinc sulfate, iron sulfate, stabiliser, lactic acid, vitamins A, C, E, B1, B2. B6, inositol, niacin, pantothenic acid, copper-lysine complex, folic acid, potassium iodate, manganese sulfate, sodium selenate

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4*600 g

Age Suitability

0 to 6 months

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1.1 Nutrients

In the Netherlands, the composition of bottle feeding is regulated by the Commodities Act. Therefore, baby formula manufacturers must put a minimum amount of decided nutrients in the milk powder. Let’s read further to know what all nutrients a baby need and baby formula must-have.

A two-week-old baby must get ten micrograms of vitamin D per day until they are four years old. 

If your child drinks less than 500 ml of formula per day, then you must include extra vitamin K in their diet.

You must ensure that the milk formula has different vitamins as it is a must for newborns and even older children. For example, vitamins A, C and D, are vital for the baby’s development and a child can easily get it from the formula if you provide a bottle three times a day.

Some brands have formulas based on goat’s milk. However, goat’s milk is perfect for older children and not for newborns. 

In the Netherlands, the composition of bottle feeding is regulated by the Commodities Act. Therefore, baby formula manufacturers must put a minimum amount of decided nutrients in the milk powder. Let’s read further to know what all nutrients a baby need and baby formula must-have.

A two-week-old baby must get ten micrograms of vitamin D per day until they are four years old. 

If your child drinks less than 500 ml of formula per day, then you must include extra vitamin K in their diet.

You must ensure that the milk formula has different vitamins as it is a must for newborns and even older children. For example, vitamins A, C and D, are vital for the baby’s development and a child can easily get it from the formula if you provide a bottle three times a day.

Some brands have formulas based on goat’s milk. However, goat’s milk is perfect for older children and not for newborns. 

1.2 Dietary Requirements

Wrong bowel movements, spitting, cramps, allergy to cow milk, a newborn might have any of the issues, and you must consider a baby formula considering them. Let’s find out what problems a baby can face and the types of baby formula you must stick to in that situation.

Feeding against spitting

For babies who spit up often, you should get a thicker formula with locust bean gum. This is a natural remedy. It makes the food in the stomach thicker, and hence it gets difficult to come up. Moreover, the protein ratio in this type of food is different, so it stays longer in the stomach. Sometimes, locust bean gum has also been added to soften the stool.

Feeding for hungry babies

You might be feeding your baby enough as per his or her, but there is an excellent possibility that he or she remains unsatisfied. This can result in crying a lot, sleeping poorly, sucking on one’s fists. There is exceptional food made for them that does not contain more calories, but it does ensure longer satiety. You can even mix this with standard food.

Feeding to prevent allergy

If your child is allergic to anything, start with hypoallergenic food, as this will reduce the risk of allergies. It contains hydrolysed proteins. In other words, the proteins are cut into pieces for easier digestion. This reduces the chance of developing an allergy. 

Feeding for a cow’s milk allergy

A formula containing hydrolysed protein is suitable for a baby that has a cow’s milk allergy. This time the protein will be cut into further smaller pieces. However, this milk has a different taste, and your baby may take time to get used to its taste. Same as hypoallergenic food, this food is also easily digestible.

Feeding for a lactose intolerance
For babies with lactose intolerance, a formula based on soy proteins is excellent. Lactose, or milk sugar, is not present in these soy proteins, and it is best suited for vegetarians.

Nutrition for premature babies

Special nutrition is available for many premature babies. This food should be chosen on medical advice as it contains extra protein and energy to catch up with growth.

Wrong bowel movements, spitting, cramps, allergy to cow milk, a newborn might have any of the issues, and you must consider a baby formula considering them. Let’s find out what problems a baby can face and the types of baby formula you must stick to in that situation.

Feeding against spitting

For babies who spit up often, you should get a thicker formula with locust bean gum. This is a natural remedy. It makes the food in the stomach thicker, and hence it gets difficult to come up. Moreover, the protein ratio in this type of food is different, so it stays longer in the stomach. Sometimes, locust bean gum has also been added to soften the stool.

Feeding for hungry babies

You might be feeding your baby enough as per his or her, but there is an excellent possibility that he or she remains unsatisfied. This can result in crying a lot, sleeping poorly, sucking on one’s fists. There is exceptional food made for them that does not contain more calories, but it does ensure longer satiety. You can even mix this with standard food.

Feeding to prevent allergy

If your child is allergic to anything, start with hypoallergenic food, as this will reduce the risk of allergies. It contains hydrolysed proteins. In other words, the proteins are cut into pieces for easier digestion. This reduces the chance of developing an allergy. 

Feeding for a cow’s milk allergy

A formula containing hydrolysed protein is suitable for a baby that has a cow’s milk allergy. This time the protein will be cut into further smaller pieces. However, this milk has a different taste, and your baby may take time to get used to its taste. Same as hypoallergenic food, this food is also easily digestible.

Feeding for a lactose intolerance
For babies with lactose intolerance, a formula based on soy proteins is excellent. Lactose, or milk sugar, is not present in these soy proteins, and it is best suited for vegetarians.

Nutrition for premature babies

Special nutrition is available for many premature babies. This food should be chosen on medical advice as it contains extra protein and energy to catch up with growth.

1.3 Brand and Price

Finally, we also want to talk about the possible brands and price tag briefly. We are not saying expensive brands contain only higher-quality baby food, and they are always better than cheaper baby food. However, if they are renowned brands, then there is a reason behind it. They offer value, and people believe in their product since they have been serving for years. And with years of service come the experience due to which they provide great products.

Speaking of price, a great baby formula started from about 17 euros. The cost can fall or rise under the influence of various factors.

Finally, we also want to talk about the possible brands and price tag briefly. We are not saying expensive brands contain only higher-quality baby food, and they are always better than cheaper baby food. However, if they are renowned brands, then there is a reason behind it. They offer value, and people believe in their product since they have been serving for years. And with years of service come the experience due to which they provide great products.

Speaking of price, a great baby formula started from about 17 euros. The cost can fall or rise under the influence of various factors.

1.4 Accessories

Accessories don’t seem that important when it is just a milk formula, but some accessories might come in handy regarding other food items. For example, if a bottle-feeding is offered with an extra bottle, including a teat, it can be really good as the teething ring will serve as a great alternative during the search for the perfect fruit and vegetable.

Some baby formula might come with a drinking cup or a bottle warmer. These are larger accessories, but they certainly add value. 

Accessories don’t seem that important when it is just a milk formula, but some accessories might come in handy regarding other food items. For example, if a bottle-feeding is offered with an extra bottle, including a teat, it can be really good as the teething ring will serve as a great alternative during the search for the perfect fruit and vegetable.

Some baby formula might come with a drinking cup or a bottle warmer. These are larger accessories, but they certainly add value. 

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2.1 How much bottle should be fed to a baby?

It is often suggested that a baby should be given about 150ml of bottle milk per kilogram of weight per day. For example, if your child weighs 3 kilograms, they can be provided around 450 ml of formula in a day. You can divide this over six feeding moments per day. If you notice that your baby wants more of it, you can give a little more. We can’t suggest the exact amount of extra food, here feeling is the key. For exact food quantity, you must consult the baby’s doctor or the health centre.

It is often suggested that a baby should be given about 150ml of bottle milk per kilogram of weight per day. For example, if your child weighs 3 kilograms, they can be provided around 450 ml of formula in a day. You can divide this over six feeding moments per day. If you notice that your baby wants more of it, you can give a little more. We can’t suggest the exact amount of extra food, here feeling is the key. For exact food quantity, you must consult the baby’s doctor or the health centre.

2.2 How do I know if my baby is ready for solid food?

You can begin with giving practice snacks when your child is about 4-6 months old. If your child does not accept this at this age, try again after a few weeks.

There is an excellent indication if your child is ready for solid food when he or she smacks noises or suck the hands. Even sucking movements with the tongue or licking lips are also a big indication of solid food demand. 

First Snack

The first bites that happen between 4 and 6 months of age are always combined with bottle-feeding or breastfeeding. Never start very early with the practice snacks as a child’s intestines cannot digest them yet. Whereas after 6 months, you must give supplementary food because bottle feeding and breastfeeding are no longer sufficient. 

You can begin with giving practice snacks when your child is about 4-6 months old. If your child does not accept this at this age, try again after a few weeks.

There is an excellent indication if your child is ready for solid food when he or she smacks noises or suck the hands. Even sucking movements with the tongue or licking lips are also a big indication of solid food demand. 

First Snack

The first bites that happen between 4 and 6 months of age are always combined with bottle-feeding or breastfeeding. Never start very early with the practice snacks as a child’s intestines cannot digest them yet. Whereas after 6 months, you must give supplementary food because bottle feeding and breastfeeding are no longer sufficient. 

2.3 What are the benefits of breastfeeding?

  • Breastfeeding contains all the best nutrients a baby needs for the first 6 months. 

  • It protects the baby from diseases as it has antibodies and other active substances.

  • Babies experience less pain.

  • It can also protect your child against obesity later in life.

  • Breastfeeding contains all the best nutrients a baby needs for the first 6 months. 

  • It protects the baby from diseases as it has antibodies and other active substances.

  • Babies experience less pain.

  • It can also protect your child against obesity later in life.

2.4 What is organic bottle feeding?

When you choose organic formula, several ingredients that go into it are of organic origin. It is free from artificial fragrances, colours, flavours, preservatives or genetically modified ingredients. However, organic does not mean best, and therefore, you must not follow it blindly.

Always read the label to make a conscious choice as organic bottle-feeding sometimes contain, for example, maltodextrins. This is a quick sugar that is not recommended for babies.

When you choose organic formula, several ingredients that go into it are of organic origin. It is free from artificial fragrances, colours, flavours, preservatives or genetically modified ingredients. However, organic does not mean best, and therefore, you must not follow it blindly.

Always read the label to make a conscious choice as organic bottle-feeding sometimes contain, for example, maltodextrins. This is a quick sugar that is not recommended for babies.

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3.1 How to prepare a milk bottle?

Follow the below-mentioned steps for preparing the right milk bottle for your little one.

  1. Wash your hands.

  2. Fill the bottle with cold tap water.

  3. Heat the water using a bottle warmer or with the help of a microwave or in a pan of hot water.

  4. Prepare the milk as directed on the package.

  5. If you have to heat the milk in the microwave, do not forget to shake the bottle so that the heat can spread.

  6. The milk’s temperature should not exceed 35 degrees. 

  7. Feed the milk to the baby immediately, as warm milk is a breeding ground for bacteria.

Follow the below-mentioned steps for preparing the right milk bottle for your little one.

  1. Wash your hands.

  2. Fill the bottle with cold tap water.

  3. Heat the water using a bottle warmer or with the help of a microwave or in a pan of hot water.

  4. Prepare the milk as directed on the package.

  5. If you have to heat the milk in the microwave, do not forget to shake the bottle so that the heat can spread.

  6. The milk’s temperature should not exceed 35 degrees. 

  7. Feed the milk to the baby immediately, as warm milk is a breeding ground for bacteria.

3.2 How do I bottle feed my child?

Take your child in a half-sitting position on your lap and let the headrests on the inside of your elbow. The position should be such that you can contact your child and respond to the instructions they give. Tilt the bottle and feed as long as the baby needs it. At the time of burping, you can lift him or her up and let his or her head lean against your shoulder. Feeding usually takes 15 to 30 minutes and allow your baby to decide when he or she has had enough. 

Take your child in a half-sitting position on your lap and let the headrests on the inside of your elbow. The position should be such that you can contact your child and respond to the instructions they give. Tilt the bottle and feed as long as the baby needs it. At the time of burping, you can lift him or her up and let his or her head lean against your shoulder. Feeding usually takes 15 to 30 minutes and allow your baby to decide when he or she has had enough. 

3.3 How to clean the milk bottle?

Follow the below-mentioned steps for proper cleaning of the milk bottle.

  1. Rinse the bottle and teat immediately after drinking as it gets difficult to clean the milk residues later.

  2. Wash the bottle and teat thoroughly with hot water and washing-up liquid.

  3. Clean the bottle or teat with a brush.

  4. Now rinse them with soap-free water. 

Sterilise the bottles/teats once a day for the first 6 months. You can do this in a steriliser or by boiling them. In the case of boiling, leave them submerged in the boiling water for at least 3 minutes. Store sterilised bottles in a clean, sealed place such as the refrigerator.

Follow the below-mentioned steps for proper cleaning of the milk bottle.

  1. Rinse the bottle and teat immediately after drinking as it gets difficult to clean the milk residues later.

  2. Wash the bottle and teat thoroughly with hot water and washing-up liquid.

  3. Clean the bottle or teat with a brush.

  4. Now rinse them with soap-free water. 

Sterilise the bottles/teats once a day for the first 6 months. You can do this in a steriliser or by boiling them. In the case of boiling, leave them submerged in the boiling water for at least 3 minutes. Store sterilised bottles in a clean, sealed place such as the refrigerator.

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4.1 HiPP milk formula Pre Bio

  • The Hipp Pre organic milk is healthy and easily digestible milk for babies.

  • It has been produced on the model of breast milk and is tailored to the needs of a baby. 

  • Its consistency is similar to that of breast milk. Therefore, it is well accepted by the babies.

  • You can feed this to a baby who is upto 6 months old. 

  • You can feed it from birth as food alone or in substitution for breast milk.

  • It is well-trusted milk and tailored to the specific nutritional needs of infants.

  • It should be used within 3-4 weeks.

  • The Hipp Pre organic milk is healthy and easily digestible milk for babies.

  • It has been produced on the model of breast milk and is tailored to the needs of a baby. 

  • Its consistency is similar to that of breast milk. Therefore, it is well accepted by the babies.

  • You can feed this to a baby who is upto 6 months old. 

  • You can feed it from birth as food alone or in substitution for breast milk.

  • It is well-trusted milk and tailored to the specific nutritional needs of infants.

  • It should be used within 3-4 weeks.

4.2 HiPP Bio ComBiotik

  • HiPP Bio ComBiotik is a tried-and-tested formula and evidence-based developed milk.

  • It provides special protection to c-section babies from day one.

  • It provides adequate support for a healthy intestinal microbiota.

  • It has valuable saturated fatty acids that are predominant in breast milk.

  • It has an optimum omega 3 and 6 LCP (DHA and ARA) ratio, which are necessary for cognitive and visual development.

  • The milk has appropriately low protein content (< 2.0 g/100 kcal), tailored to the physiological needs of the newborns.

  • The proteins have been obtained from high-quality organic milk and whey.

  • It should be consumed within 3-4 weeks.

  • HiPP Bio ComBiotik is a tried-and-tested formula and evidence-based developed milk.

  • It provides special protection to c-section babies from day one.

  • It provides adequate support for a healthy intestinal microbiota.

  • It has valuable saturated fatty acids that are predominant in breast milk.

  • It has an optimum omega 3 and 6 LCP (DHA and ARA) ratio, which are necessary for cognitive and visual development.

  • The milk has appropriately low protein content (< 2.0 g/100 kcal), tailored to the physiological needs of the newborns.

  • The proteins have been obtained from high-quality organic milk and whey.

  • It should be consumed within 3-4 weeks.

4.3 Aptamil Pepti 2 Milk Formula

  • If your little one is allergic to cow milk, then this is a great substitute.

  • It is for the dietary management of cow’s milk allergy.

  • It comes in milk powder form and is suitable for 6 months old baby to complement a cow’s milk-free weaning diet.

  • It is a food for particular medical purposes, and therefore, it should only be used under medical supervision.

  • If your little one is allergic to cow milk, then this is a great substitute.

  • It is for the dietary management of cow’s milk allergy.

  • It comes in milk powder form and is suitable for 6 months old baby to complement a cow’s milk-free weaning diet.

  • It is a food for particular medical purposes, and therefore, it should only be used under medical supervision.

4.4 Nutrilon Forte 1

  • It is a complete infant formula that can be fed from day 1.

  • This unique formula from the well-known brand Nutrilon comes in sturdy and durable packaging.

  • The packaging is 800 grams.

  • It is ideal for babies up to 6 months of age.

  • You can use it in combination with breastfeeding as well as an individual complete food. 

  • It is packed with essential fibres, minerals and unsaturated fatty acids.

  • It is a complete infant formula that can be fed from day 1.

  • This unique formula from the well-known brand Nutrilon comes in sturdy and durable packaging.

  • The packaging is 800 grams.

  • It is ideal for babies up to 6 months of age.

  • You can use it in combination with breastfeeding as well as an individual complete food. 

  • It is packed with essential fibres, minerals and unsaturated fatty acids.

4.5 Olvarit Variation menu fruit snack

  • Olvarit Variation menu fruit snack is a great way to provide the right formula to your baby and help your kid get acquainted with different fruits. 

  • It is an ideal baby formula for those who are four months old.

  • You can give this in addition to breast or bottle feeding.

  • The package consists of 12 jars - 3x Banana 125g, 3x Peach Apple 125g, 3x Apple Mango Banana 125g, 3x Pear 125g.

  • Its taste and texture are adapted to the age of your child.

  • It is made using only pure ingredients and no preservatives. Also, it has no gluten and complete cow’s milk proteins. 

  • Overall, it is an excellent introduction to solid foods. 

  • Olvarit Variation menu fruit snack is a great way to provide the right formula to your baby and help your kid get acquainted with different fruits. 

  • It is an ideal baby formula for those who are four months old.

  • You can give this in addition to breast or bottle feeding.

  • The package consists of 12 jars - 3x Banana 125g, 3x Peach Apple 125g, 3x Apple Mango Banana 125g, 3x Pear 125g.

  • Its taste and texture are adapted to the age of your child.

  • It is made using only pure ingredients and no preservatives. Also, it has no gluten and complete cow’s milk proteins. 

  • Overall, it is an excellent introduction to solid foods. 

4.6 Aptamil First Milk 1 Milk Formula

  • The product resembles the milk spotted in the third place.

  • It is also developed for babies that are allergic to cow milk.

  • However, Aptamil Pepti 1 is suitable for babies up to 6 months.

  • It is a hydrolysed formula made with 100% whey protein and contains our 9:1 blend of Galacto- and Fructo-oligosaccharides.

  • It is a nutritionally complete formulation for the dietary management of cow’s milk allergy.

  • It is perfect as the sole source of nutrition from birth and can replace cow’s milk in drinks and cooked dishes at the introduction of weaning.

  • The product resembles the milk spotted in the third place.

  • It is also developed for babies that are allergic to cow milk.

  • However, Aptamil Pepti 1 is suitable for babies up to 6 months.

  • It is a hydrolysed formula made with 100% whey protein and contains our 9:1 blend of Galacto- and Fructo-oligosaccharides.

  • It is a nutritionally complete formulation for the dietary management of cow’s milk allergy.

  • It is perfect as the sole source of nutrition from birth and can replace cow’s milk in drinks and cooked dishes at the introduction of weaning.

4.7 Hero Baby Follow-on Milk 2

  • Hero Baby 2 standard baby formula is recommended for children from 6 to 12 months old.

  • This is an essential source of iron and vitamin C during the weaning period.

  • It has adapted protein of unique amino acids profile - Tryptophan, Histidine and Arginine, which are essential for adequate growth, brain maturation and immune functions.

  • The essential fatty acids support proper cognitive and visual development.

  • Iron is there to prevent iron deficiency anaemia.

  • Lactose is the rich source of carbohydrates, as in breast milk.

  • It should be used only when breastfeeding proves to be impossible or insufficient.

  • Hero Baby 2 standard baby formula is recommended for children from 6 to 12 months old.

  • This is an essential source of iron and vitamin C during the weaning period.

  • It has adapted protein of unique amino acids profile - Tryptophan, Histidine and Arginine, which are essential for adequate growth, brain maturation and immune functions.

  • The essential fatty acids support proper cognitive and visual development.

  • Iron is there to prevent iron deficiency anaemia.

  • Lactose is the rich source of carbohydrates, as in breast milk.

  • It should be used only when breastfeeding proves to be impossible or insufficient.