An inside look at sunflower oil and why it’s a part of the premium fat blend used in KABRITA Goat Milk Formula.
An inside look at palm kernel oil and why it’s a part of the premium fat blend used in KABRITA Goat Milk Formula.
Feeding choices can be complicated and choosing the best formula for your little one can be tough. Many parents have concerns about whether soy is safe for babies. Read on to learn more about soy in formula.
Read on to learn more about this ingredient, and how it may, or may not, create “calcium soaps” in the gut.
An inside look at soy lecithin, why we include it in KABRITA Whole Goat Milk Powder, and why we list soy as a potential allergen to ensure consumer safety.
KABRITA Goat Milk Formula is enriched with 22 vitamins and minerals, including folic acid. Goat milk alone is not nutritionally suitable for babies – in particular, it lacks adequate folate to meet their needs.
As parents our number one concern is the safety and well being of our children. Date codes are a simple and effective way to ensure the quality and safety of our children’s food.
An inside look at our labeling and why we list milk as a potential allergen to ensure consumer safety.
An inside look at non-fat goat milk powder and why we include it in KABRITA Goat Milk Formula.
While the amount of formula you feed your baby will vary based on age, preparation instructions and mixing ratios do not change. In fact it’s important to follow the label instructions to ensure you meet your child’s nutritional requirements. Read on for how to mix your child’s ideal serving size.