Important Notice: Mother’s milk is best for your baby
Infant milk substitute should be used only on the advice of a health worker
Bag-in-Box format ensures enhanced safety, hygiene and convenience
INGREDIENTS AFTER RECONSTITUI1ON: Water, milk solids, Maltodextrin, Dried glucose syrup, Sucrose, Soyabean oil,, Corn oil, Antioxidant (Soya lecithin), Minerals (Sodium citrate, Potassium phosphate dibasic, Ferrous sulphate, Zinc suphate, Cupric Sulphate, Manganese sulphate, Potassium iodide and Sodium selenite), Vitamins (Sodium ascorbate, dl-alpha-tocopheryl acetate, Calcium pantothenate, Nicotinamide, Thiamine mononitrate, Riboflavin, Retinyl acetate, Pyridoxine hydrochoride, Folic acid, Phytylmenoquinone, d-biotin, Ergocalciferol and Cyanocobalamine) and Acidity regulators (Potassium hydroxide and Citric acid).
Optimal Preparation: Careful and hygienic preparation of Infant food is most essential for health. Do not use fewer scoops than directed, since diluted feeding will not provide adequate nutrients needed by your infant. Do not use more scoops than directed since concentrated feed will not provide the water needed by your infant.
Storage: On opening, transfer the contents of the pack along with the pouch into a clean airtight container. Replace the lid tightly after every use and store in a cool, dry place. Ensure enclosed scoop is thoroughly washed and dried before use. After opening, use the contents within 3 weeks or the expiry date, whichever is earlier.
Important Notice: Nestlé agrees with the World Health Organization and other leading medical and health associations that breast milk is the best and most natural food for babies. Unboiled water, unboiled utensils or incorrect dilution can make your baby ill. Incorrect storage, handling, preparation and feeding can potentially lead to adverse effects for the health of your baby.
Safety Warnings: Only prepare one feed at a time. Feed immediately and follow the instructions exactly. Do not keep unfinished feed, discard the contents. Always hold baby while feeding. Leaving baby unattended may cause choking. Infant food should be used only on the advice of a health worker as to the need for its use and the proper method of its use. Infant food is not the sole source of nourishment of an infant.