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The different protein composition of cow’s milk and goat milk affects how milk breaks down in the tummy. Goat milk curds are naturally softer than those formed by cow’s milk¹. But the softness of the curd can vary as most goat milk is intended for cheese needing a firmer curd. We only use our own Nannycare goat milk from farms uniquely specializing in producing goat milk where the softness of the curd is carefully monitored to be best suited for babies.


The process for converting our own special goat milk into an exceptional Nannycare formula is a gentle and minimal one, adding only other essential ingredients. By not including whey which is not necessary in goat milk formula, we avoid many of the processing steps and multiple heat cycles used in standard whey-based formulas. Adding whey also results in up to 3 times more β-lactoglobulin, a protein which does not exist in human milk and a known allergen². The result is a Nannycare formula made from our own special whole goat milk, gently made and closer to its natural source.


We believe your baby’s nutrition should be inspired by nature, supported by the latest science from goat milk experts and proven in clinical trials³. You can be reassured Nannycare have been the goat milk formula experts for 30 years, with our science and clinical trials leading the way. Guided by that science, Nannycare is designed to be the most advanced of its kind and the only goat milk formula in the UK supported by clinical trials.



Pasteurised whole goat milk, lactose (from milk), vegetable oil blend (high oleic sunflower oil, rapeseed oil, sunflower oil, antioxidants (sunflower lecithin, tocopherol-rich extract, pasteurised goat milk powders, marine fish oil powder (source of docosahexaenoic acid), Mortierella alpina oil powder (source of arachidonic acid), minerals, choline chloride, L-tyrosine, L-tryptophan, L-cystine, vitamins, L-isoleucine, taurine, L-carnitine.

VITAMINS: dl-α-tocopheryl acetate, L-ascorbic acid, nicotinamide, cholecalciferol, retinyl acetate, calcium D-pantothenate, cyanocobalamin, phytonadione, thiamin hydrochloride, riboflavin, pyridoxine hydrochloride, folic acid, D-biotin.

MINERALS: Sodium citrate, calcium citrate, calcium hydroxide, potassium chloride, ferrous sulphate, zinc sulphate, copper sulphate, manganese sulphate, potassium iodide, sodium selenite.

This product contains 38% goat milk on a dry matter basis.

Allergy Advice: For allergens, see ingredients in bold.

Packaged in a protective atmosphere.

Nutritional Information

Energy kj 280
kcal 66
Fat of which g 3.4
saturates g 1.2
monounsaturates g 1.6
polyunsaturates g 0.53
– linoleic acid (omega 6) mg 400
– α-linolenic acid (omega 3) mg 53
– docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) mg 15
– arachidonic acid (AA mg 16
Carbohydrate, of which g 7.4
sugars g 7.4
Protein g 1.3
Vitamin A µg 56
Vitamin D₃ µg 1.4
Vitamin E mg 1.5
Vitamin K₁ µg 6.7
Vitamin C mg 13
Thiamin (B₁) mg 0.062
Riboflavin (B₂) mg 0.12
Niacin (B₃) mg 0.66
Vitamin B₆ mg 0.036
Folic acid µg DFE 22
Vitamin B₁₂ µg 0.18
Biotin µg 2.3
Pantothenic acid mg 0.35
Sodium mg 19
Potassium mg 70
Chloride mg 57
Calcium mg 53
Phosphorus mg 39
Iron mg 0.65
Zinc mg 0.49
Copper mg 0.049
Manganese mg 0.0090
Fluoride mg 0.0065
Selenium µg 2.5
Iodine µg 13
Chlorine mg 21
Taurine mg 4.6
Carnitine mg 0.90
Inositol mg 3.9

Preparing the Feed


Ensure you follow the instruction on the Nannycare tin to prepare your feeds.

Please be aware: Because powdered milks are not sterile, failure to follow preparation and storage instructions may make your baby ill.

  1. Wash hands and sterilise all equipment according to manufacturer’s instructions.
  2. Boil fresh water. Do not use artificailly softened or repeatedly boiled water. Leave to cool for maximum 30 minutes. Measure required water (see feeding guide), pour into sterilised bottle.
  3. Using scoop provided, lightly fill with powder and level off. Always add 1 level scoop of powder (4.3g) for each 30ml of water.
  4. Add the required number of scoops to the cooled boiled water.
  5. Place the sterilised teat and cap on the bottle and shake well until the powder is fully dissolved.
  6. Cool under running tap. Check temperature of feed. Feed immediately.

For hygiene reasons, do not store made up feeds. Make up each feed as required and always discard unfinished feeds within 2 hours maximum. The water should be freshly boiled and allowed to cool to a minimum of 70℃ and for no longer than 30 minutes. Do not heat feeds in a microwave as hot spots may occur and cause scalding. Do not add extra scoops of powder, or anything else to your baby’s feed. STORAGE: Store unopened can in a cool, dry place (do not refrigerate). After opening, keep airtight and continue to store in a cool, dry place. Use contents within 4 weeks.

Feeding Guide


Feeding guide from 0-12 months.

Birth to 2 weeks 3 – 4 60 2 5 – 6
2 – 4 weeks 3.5 – 5 90 3 5 – 7
1 – 2 months 4 – 6 120 4 5 – 7
2 – 3 months 4.5 – 7 150 5 4 – 6
3 – 4 months 5 – 7.5 180 6 4 – 5
5 – 6 months 6.5 – 8.5 210 7 4 – 5
6+ months* 7+ 210 7 3

*Assumes weaning at 6 months.

4.3g scoop enclosed. This information is given as a guide only. Your baby may need more or less than the amounts shown. Some drink different quantities at different times of the day. Always allow your baby to stop feeding when they indicate they have had enough. Note the volume of prepared formula is slightly greater than that of the water added.


  1. Tara

    My son has shown signs of being allergic to cows milk and lactose since birth, he develops eczema and has stomach issues that make him a very unhappy baby. I originally had him on the Holle goats milk formula which he tolerated well but I tried the Nannycare recently as its slightly more economical than the Holle. However my son began displaying the same reactions to the Nannycare that he did to the regular dairy formula. After some more research and a few failed attempts at communicating directly with the company (being that I’m in Canada they could not legally answer any of my questions apparently), I discovered that the Nannycare is 100% lactose while the Holle is only 48% so my son is able to tolerate the Holle but not the Nannycare. I just wanted to share in case anyone else is thinking about trying this brand for their lactose sensitive baby. We went through almost 3+ weeks with a very uncomfortable babe and I don’t want anyone else to have to go through the same.

  2. Jenny

    We love this formula! We started with Holle (on recommendation from my midwife) but my son didn’t like it. Trying to figure out what was wrong we tasted it (yuck) and also noticed that Holle didn’t blend well… at all!! Which led to gas pains that looked quite uncomfortable 🙁 We had to blend the Holle formula with a blender to get any kind of smooth consistency. So we thought we should try another host mill based formula – we tried Nanny Care and it was a game changer!! Blends in easily with just a shake of the bottle. No more gas problems! Sooo happy we found this alternative!!

  3. Kendra

    Has to be the best goat milk formula out there 🙂 One of the original companies making goat milk formula but still only focusing on goat milk is amazing., plus the quality I feel outweighed Holle goat milk.

  4. McKenzie

    Started with Holle goats milk formula and found it caused constipation. This is the alternative and we could not be happier. Easy to mix, tastes great, no palm oil and thus no constipation for my babe!

  5. Nadia

    This formula worked best with my little one. I tried Loulouka and it was slightly better but it is a lot more expensive. Tried Holle as well but same thing happened as above commenter, it just doesn’t mix as well and is a thicker powder, and it’s also more expensive.

    Nannycare is the best bang for your buck, mixes well in the brezza advanced pro formula maker, and it works best with my little one’s digestive system.

  6. mgrace_l

    Stage 1 and 2 Nannycare formulas works for our Baby Girl. No more eczema, gas and spit ups! Happier baby with Nannycare.

    Great powder scoop, easy to mix, no constipation – overall baby enjoys Nannycare Milk.

  7. Nicole Victory

    This is a great formula option. Our baby has loved it from day one and is very pleasant and healthy.

  8. Sabrina

    My son would become IMMEDIATELY ill taking cows formula, especially North American brands. Even compared to other EU brands, this one blends well, tastes good (like goats milk, nothing weird going on) and my son is finally THRIVING. He was miserable for 5 months until I tried this. The price was fair enough compared to others, and for the results, I’ll be sticking to this brand.

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