- From 12 months onwards
- 1 can contains 900g (31.74oz) and a measuring scoop
- Contains key nutrients
- Made in New Zealand
- Formulated to meet EU compositional standards
NANNYcare Growing up milk is a fortified goat milk drink, suitable from 1-3 years old. It is naturally easy to digest premium goat milk formula that helps provide key nutrients. NANNYcare stage 3 contains a rich source of vitamin D, vitamin A, and vitamin C which is needed for the normal development and function of the immune system. It also contains iron that contributes to the normal cognitive development in children, as well as, calcium and vitamin D which is needed for normal growth and bone development in children. This formula is intended to be used as part of a normal, varied and healthy diet.
NANNYcare specializes in goat milk nutrition for babies and young children. They’re passionate about the quality and safety of their products and particularly the suitability for infants and toddlers. NANNYcare formulas are based on the result of over 25 years of research and experience in goat milk based nutrition. Having been tested extensively worldwide, it has been clinically proven to provide nutritional outcomes comparable to breastfed infants. The formulas are based on whole goat milk and has no added whey proteins. Goat milk is an excellent source of high quality, readily digestible proteins. It forms looser, softer and more porous curds in the baby’s stomach, which is particularly helpful to the baby’s delicate developing digestive system. The formulas contain high levels of medium-chain fatty acids and high levels of nucleotides. NANNYcare offers a product for each stage of growth and development. Their manufactures originated goat milk formula in New Zealand more than 30 years ago and all the formulas are made with the finest New Zealand goat milk. NANNYcare’s farmers treat goats gently and meet the strict EU compositional standards.
- No added whey proteins
- No Gluten, Wheat or Yeast
- No suitable for vegetarians
- No genetically modified organisms
Pasteurised Goat Milk Solids (62%) , Lactose (from Milk) , Vegetable Oils (Sunflower and Rapeseed) , Minerals , Vitamins , Acidity Regulator (Citric Acid) , Choline Chloride , Taurine , L-Carnitine , Vitamins: Ascorbic Acid, Dl-a-Tocopheryl Acetate, Nicotinamide, Retinyl Acetate, Cholecalciferol, Calcium d-Pantothenate, Cyanocobalamin, Phytonadione, Thiamin Hydrochloride, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Riboflavin, Folic Acid, Biotin , Minerals: Calcium Citrate, Calcium Hydroxide, Sodium Citrate, Potassium Chloride, Ferrous Sulphate, Zinc Sulphate, Copper Sulphate, Manganese Sulphate, Potassium Iodide, Sodium Selenite .
For allergens, see ingredients in bold.
Always wash your hands before preparing a bottle. Measure 180ml (6 fl oz) of freshly boiled water, allowed to cool for no more than 30 minutes, into a clean bottle.
Using the scoop provided, add 6 level scoops of powder. (Always add 1 level scoop (4.5g) of powder for each 30ml of water.)
Close the bottle, shake vigorously. Cool the bottle bottle under cold running water. *Always test the temperature of the milk before feeding.
Feeding Guide from 12 months +
To prepare 1 BEAKER
Cooled boiled water per drink
Level scoops of powder
From 12 months, it is recommended your child drinks approximately 500ml of milk per day. You can feed your child 500 ml (up to 3 drinks) a day depending on their individual needs. Minor deviations are perfectly safe.
1 measuring spoon = 4.5gThe quantities of daily feeding are shown for guidance only. Minor deviations are perfectly safe. Note the volume of prepared formula is slightly greater once the water is added.
- Expiration date is indicated on each can
- Store unopened can in a cool and dry place (do not refrigerate).
- After opening, keep airtight and continue to store in a cool, dry place
- Formula is best when stored in stainless steel or glass containers
- Use contents within 4 weeks.
- Keep away from heat and humidity
- For hygiene reasons, do not store prepared feeds. Make up each feed as required and always discard any unfinished feeds within 2 hours maximum.
- To avoid the danger of overheating, do not heat your baby’s milk in the microwave, as hot spots may occur which could cause scalding.