Breastfeeding is the best nutrition for your baby. Always consult with an independent expert, such as your doctor or the consultation bureau, before deciding to bottle-feed.
Pure Goat Company’s Follow-on formula 2 is specifically suitable for infants older than 6 months and only as part of a varied diet. This follow-on milk fits in perfectly with your child’s development: he or she is more active and is already eating fruit or vegetable snacks, for example. Organic and made with full-cream goat’s milk. Always follow the instructions on the packaging, unless your doctor advises otherwise. Pure Goat Company’s Follow-on formula 2 is not suitable for babies younger than 6 months old.
Bottle formula based on goat’s milk is in many cases not suitable for children with an established cow’s milk protein allergy.
Goat lactose* (milk), whole goat milk powder* (milk), vegetable oils*(sunflower oil, rapeseed oil), galacto-oligosaccharide syrup* (GOS) (milk), algal oil powder (DHA) (milk), minerals (calcium carbonate, calcium hydroxide, calcium citrate, magnesium chloride, sodium citrate, sodium chloride, iron (II) lactate, iron sulphate, zinc sulphate, copper (II) sulphate, manganese sulphate, potassium iodide, sodium selenite), vitamins (L-ascorbic acid, DL-α-tocopheryl acetate, cholecalciferol, retinyl acetate, nicotinamide, calcium D-pantothenate, thiamine hydrochloride pyridoxine hydrochloride, folic acid, riboflavin, phytomenadione, D-biotin, cyanocobalamin), L-cystine, L-tryptophan, L-tyrosine (allergens are shown in bold)
* From organic origin
⦁ With GOS vezels
⦁ With lactose als bron van koolhydraten
• Suitable from 6 months old
• With full-cream goat’s milk
• Creamy flavour
• Organically certified
• Without palm oil: with omega-3 DHA* from algae
• Can be kept for 3 weeks after opening
• 800 g ℮
* As of 2020, the addition of omega-3 DHA to infant formula is required by law.
Boil bottles and teats for about 5 minutes to sterilise them. Wash your hands and make sure the area where you prepare the food is clean and tidy.
Put the indicated amount of boiled water into the bottle as soon as it has cooled down to about 40°C.
Add the correct number of level scoops of powder to the water in the bottle.
Turn the cap with the teat on the bottle and shake or swirl until all the powder is dissolved. Always check the temperature of the milk on the inside of your wrist.
Always prepare the formula fresh and throw away any leftovers within an hour of it being prepared. Do not reheat it. Clean the bottle and teat thoroughly after use. Improper preparation and storage may pose health risks.
|Age of your baby (in months)||Feedings per 24 hours||Prepared food (ml)||Amount of water (ml)||Number of scoops*|
|6 – 8||4||200||180||6|
* 1 Level scoop: 4.4 g. Soluble ratio: 30 ml water + 1 level scoop The above schedule is an advice: use it as a guideline. Only use the measuring spoon included in this packaging. It’s okay if your baby doesn’t always finish the bottle. From the age of 6 months old, your baby needs other (solid) foods too. Always consult your doctor or child health care centre before starting this.
Average nutritional value
|Per 100 g||Per 100 ml*|
|Fats, of which||26,4||3,5||g|
|Polyunsaturates, of which||3,9||0,5||g|
|Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA)||108||14||mg|
|Carbohydrates, of which||54,9||7,2||g|
|Vitamin A (RE)||427||56||μg|
|Vitamin E (α-TE)||7,7||1,0||mg|
* 13.2 g powder + 90 ml water = 100 ml prepared food
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Follow-on formula based on goat milk is a good alternative to follow-on formula based on cow milk. Our products have a mild flavour and meet all legal requirements.. And...'The goat is just a slightly different animal.'
Our products, like all organic products, are certified organic according to European standards. All Organic products must meet the same European standards in order to obtain the Organic certificate. This means that independent organisations supervise and check that all rules for organic farming and production of organic foods are being complied with. In the Netherlands, SKAL Biocontrol ensures that all rules are followed: www.skal.nl.
The European logo for organic products on our packaging means
- that crops are grown without chemical pesticides and that also applies to the feed that the goats receive
- that no artificial fertilizers are used
- that products are free of genetically modified ingredients (so guaranteed GMO-free)
- that dairy goats do not receive (preventive) antibiotics and are not treated with growth or milk-stimulating hormones
- that dairy goats have more space in the barn and must also be able to go outside
- that as little waste as possible is produced and that it is reused as much as possible
We make our follow-on formula based on whole goat milk.
Whole milk means that we do not extract anything from the milk before we process it. The taste of our products is mild and creamy. We don't think our follow-on formola tastes like goat.
Palm oil is mainly produced in Asia and is then shipped to Europe. The vast majority of palm oil is produced in an unsustainable manner, at the expense of the environment and the rainforest (see for example the website of the World Wildlife Fund www.wnf.nl or Greenpeace www.greenpeace.org). Of course we could also have opted for sustainable palm oil - yes, that exists and there is a very good international initiative for this (have a look at www.RSPO.org). But we didn't do that. Now you're probably wondering why there is palm oil in formula. Well, because palm oil is very cheap.
We also do not use soybean oil from Brazil or coconut oil from Asia. Why should we source vegetable oil from all over the world, when we have excellent ingredients ourselves? So rapeseed oil and sunflower oil, straight from Europe.
We are a bit more expensive
We are by no means price fighters. But our higher price tag is easily explained. For example, a goat gives an average of 3 litres of milk daily. On average, a cow produces as much as 28 litres per day. Therefore, we need to keep more goats to produce the same amount of milk, which involves incurring various costs, from feeding and mucking out stables to milking. We invest a lot of time and money in finding the best quality ingredients. Ideally organic. These are rarely - well, actually never - the cheapest ingredients.
So, that’s why.
Switch from breastfeeding to follow-on formula
Are you thinking of switching to follow-on formula? Always consult an independent expert, like your doctor or the consultation office. If you then decide to give follow-on formula, use a phase-out schedule. Read more about this in our Blog.
You can't just sell a product as "organic". The organic label is protected by law and may only be used for products that meet the legal requirements for the production process and composition. These requirements are the same for all EU countries. Very convenient, as you can be sure that everyone follows the same regulations. Would you like to know more? Please read our Organic blog (link to blog page). (We also use this text blog at “about us”.)