16 Boxes of Holle Goat Stage 2 (400g)
ONLY $26.99 PER BOX WITH THIS BULK OPTION. EASY TO BUY AND EASY TO USE. SHIPS STRAIGHT FROM EUROPE! BEST EXPIRATION DATES! AUTHENTIC & GENUINE!
As of the 6th month. - Can be used subsequent to breastfeeding; after Holle Organic Infant Formula 1 or instead of other follow-on formulas. Use in conjunction with a balanced diet made up of bottle feeding and solids.
Holle Organic Goat Milk Follow-On Formula 2 is made using over 99% ingredients sourced from organic farmers - e.g. organic goat's milk.
Holle Organic Goat Milk Follow-On Formula 2 is suitable for infants from 6 months' of age who are already taking one solid meal a day. It presents a good alternative to follow-on formula based on cow's milk.
- Suitable After 6 Months.
- Premium Quality Organic Baby Food.
- Organically Grown Ingredients.
- Goats are Kept in Accordance with EU Organic Regulations.
- No Genetically Modified Ingredients (Genetic Engineering).
- No Artificial Chemicals or Preservatives - No Exception.
- No Artificial Flavors or Colors.
- Chemical-Free Agriculture and Production.
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Expiration dates are far into the future!
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Compared to American formulas, these formulas are on average about $0.02 more per gram (depending on the brand - remember to compare the ingredients and weight, not just the price). But that is nothing in exchange for choosing the healthiest and best option for your baby.
We may receive different labeling intended for another country. Rest assured as the packaging says - it was made in Germany and the only thing that is different is the language of the labeling. We do this to keep up with demand.
Some of the protein structures in cow's and goat's milk are the same. Children with a cow's milk allergy may thus also not be able to tolerate Holle Organic Goat Milk. In such cases individual testing should take place; children with pronounced allergies should only be tested in consultation with a pediatrician.