Hipp Organic First Infant Milk 200MlA nutritionally complete, whey based, infant milk made from gentle organic ingredients (gentle because no pesticides are used in the pastures where our cows graze), suitable if baby is not being breastfed, or to complement breastfeeding.
Organic baby milk from birthOrganic breastmilk substitute
Stefan Hipp, one of the fourth-generation family owners of HiPP Organic, personally guarantees every product we make, just as his family has done for over 120 years. HiPP Organic quality is something particularly special and very important to us. We don't just meet EU organic standards, we exceed them. To achieve this, we work with nature rather than against it, in a sustainable way that protects bio-diversity, helping us to produce the best possible organic ingredients.
Not suitable for vegetariansThis product is packed in a protective atmosphere.EU Organic - Certified organic, DE-ÖKO-001, EU/non-EU Agriculture
Made using premium, quality organic ingredientsContains Omega 3 LCPs (DHA, as required by the legislation for all infant formulas)Ready to feed recyclable bottleLactose only
Pack size: 0.2L
Organic Whey Product, Organic Skimmed Milk, Organic Cream, Organic Lactose, Organic Vegetable Oils (Organic Sunflower Oil, Organic Rapeseed Oil), Organic Galacto-Oligosaccharides from Organic Lactose, Organic Emulsifier Lecithins, Fish Oil¹, Mortierella Alpina-Oil, Calcium Salts of Citric Acid, Potassium Citrate, Choline, Calcium Chloride, Calcium Salts of Orthophosphoric Acid, L-Phenylalanine, Potassium Chloride, Vitamin C, Sodium Citrate, Sodium Chloride, Potassium Hydroxide, L-Tryptophan, Magnesium Hydroxide, L-Histidine, Zinc Sulphate, Ferrous Sulphate, Vitamin E, Niacin, Cupric Sulphate, Pantothenic Acid, Vitamin B₁, Vitamin A, Vitamin B₆, Potassium Iodide, Folic Acid, Manganese Sulphate, Sodium Selenite, Vitamin K, Vitamin D, D-Biotin, Vitamin B₁₂, ¹Contains DHA (sourced sustainably)
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Preparation and Usage
Feeding guideApprox. age of baby: 0 - 2 weeks; Weight of baby: 3.3kg, 7.3lbs; Single feed of milk: 70ml; Feeds in 24 hours: 7-8Approx. age of baby: 3 - 4 weeks; Weight of baby: 3.8kg, 8.4lbs; Single feed of milk: 100ml; Feeds in 24 hours: 5-7Approx. age of baby: 5 - 8 weeks; Weight of baby: 4.6kg, 10.1lbs; Single feed of milk: 135ml; Feeds in 24 hours: 5-6Approx. age of baby: 2 - 4 months; Weight of baby: 5.35kg - 6.7kg, 11.8lbs - 14.7lbs; Single feed of milk: 170ml; Feeds in 24 hours: 5Approx. age of baby: 5 months; Weight of baby: 7.2kg, 15.9lbs; Single feed of milk: 200ml; Feeds in 24 hours: 4-5Approx. age of baby: about 6 months; Weight of baby: 7.6kg, 16.8lbs; Single feed of milk: 235ml; Feeds in 24 hours: 4Approx. age of baby: 7 - 9 months; Weight of baby: -kg, -lbs; Single feed of milk: 170ml; Feeds in 24 hours: 4Approx. age of baby: 10 - 12 months; Weight of baby: -kg, -lbs; Single feed of milk: 135ml; Feeds in 24 hours: 3This table is a guide only; your baby should be fed on demand, if you need more advice, please contact your healthcare professional.Preparing the feedPlease follow preparation and feeding instructions carefully; failure to do so may make your baby ill.1. Wash hands and sterilise all equipment following the manufacturers' instructions.2. Check best before date and then shake bottle well.3. Pour required amount of milk into a sterilised feeding bottle.4. HiPP Organic first infant milk can be given at room temperature or warmed if desired. If warmed check temperature before feeding. Please note: it is normal for some sediment to be found at the bottom of the bottle before shaking.5. For hygiene reasons, discard unfinished feed in feeding bottle as soon as possible.Important noticeBreastfeeding is best for babies. Infant milk is suitable from birth when babies are not being breastfed. We recommend that our first infant milk is used only on the advice of a doctor, midwife, health visitor, public health nurse, dietitian or pharmacist.Important feeding information- Do not heat feeds in a microwave - hot spots may occur which could cause scalding- A responsible person should be with your baby during feeding- Clean your baby's teeth regularly and introduce a cup or beaker as soon as possible to prevent prolonged/frequent contact of teeth with milk feeds which may increase the risk of tooth decay