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Holle Stage 3 from 10 months Organic (Bio) follow-on GOAT Milk Formula (400g)

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Description 

  • New Formulation
  • Contains DHA
  • From 10th month
  • 1 box includes 1 sealed bag
  • 400g (14.1 ounces)
  • Easy to digest
  • Gluten Free
  • No added sugar
  • Easy preparation
  • Demeter-certified Milk

     

    Ingredients 

    Whole goat milk powder * 1 38.5%, maltodextrin *,
    vegetable oils * (sunflower oil *, rapeseed oil *), lactose *, starch *
    , calcium carbonate, calcium hydroxide,
    calcium citrate, algenol2, L-cystine, iron sulfate, magnesium chloride,
    vitamin C, L-tryptophan , L-tyrosine,
    sodium citrate, sodium chloride, iron lactate, vitamin E,
    zinc sulfate, niacin, pantothenic acid, copper sulfate, vitamin
    A, vitamin B1, vitamin B6, folic acid, vitamin B2,
    manganese sulfate, potassium iodide, vitamin K, sodium selenite,
    vitamin D3, biotin, Vitamin B12
    * from organic farming,
    1 100 g baby milk powder is
    made from 284 ml whole milk,
    2 contains DHA (legally required for follow-on formula)

    Preparation

     

    Quick and easy preparation. The milk powder is shaken with boiled water that has been cooled to approx. 50 ° C.

    Manufacturing:

    The Holle organic follow-on milk 3 based on goat's milk is a follow-on milk made from organic goat's milk. The goats are kept in accordance with the requirements of organic farming (EU organic law).

    Note:

    Breastfeeding is best for your baby. The organic follow-on milk 3 made from goat milk is suitable for the special nutrition of infants from an age of at least 6 months. It is only part of a mixed diet and must not be used as a breast milk substitute during the first 6 months. The decision to start using complementary foods as early as the first 6 months should be made only on the advice of independent health care professionals and taking into account your baby's growth and development needs. We recommend use from the age of 10 months.

    Don't let your baby suckle the bottle all the time. Constant contact with liquids containing carbohydrates can lead to tooth decay. You should therefore ensure adequate dental care from the first tooth.