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Welcome to the product section of the Nestlé Baby website. In this section you will find information regarding our product range. If you have questions regarding our products, they may be answered in our FAQ section otherwise please contact our CARELINE team on 1800 468 8736.
When it comes to feeding your baby, breastfeeding is the ideal choice. However, for those who are unable to breastfeed, or choose not to, there are a number of suitable infant formulas available. With over 145 years of infant nutrition research and development our ranges of infant formulas have been developed to suit the unique nutritional needs of babies at every stage of their development.
We know how complicated it is to establish healthy eating habits in fussy toddlers. That's why NAN Pro 3 and NAN H.A. 3 & 4 Toddler Milks have been developed to meet the nutritional and developmental needs of toddlers when energy and nutrient intakes may not be adequate. NAN Toddler Milk powders contain Bifidus BL, an active (probiotic) bacteria, plus important immunonutrients to help support growing digestive and immune systems.
Just 2 serves per day provides on average at least 50% of the recommended dietary intake of calcium, iron, zinc, iodine & vitamins B1, B2, C, D and E.
Nestlé CERELAC offers a unique range of iron rich, age-appropriate infant cereals.
CERELAC is the only infant cereal range to contain Bifidus BL, a friendly probiotic that helps support developing digestive and immune systems.
Nestlé CERELAC benefits from over 145 years of infant nutrition research and development and has been tailored specifically to your baby’s important developmental stages.
Breast milk is best for baby and provides ideal nutrition. Good maternal nutrition is important for preparation and maintenance of breastfeeding. Introducing partial bottle feeding could negatively affect breastfeeding and reversing a decision not to breastfeed is difficult. Professional advice should be followed on infant feeding. Infant formula should be prepared and used exactly as directed or it could pose a health hazard. The preparation requirements and cost of providing infant formula until 12 months of age should be considered before making a decision to formula feed.