Skimmed milk**1, vegetable oils* (palm oil*3, sunflower oil*, rapeseed oil*),
maltodextrin*, whey powder* (partly demineralised), starch*, skimmed milk
powder**, lactose*, Fish oil 2, skimmed milk powder*, calcium carbonate, potassium
chloride, sodium chloride, Calcium phosphate, vitamin C, sodium citrate,
L-tryptophan, ferrous lactate, L-tyrosine, vitamin E, zinc sulphate, vitamin
A, vitamin D, niacin, pantothenic acid, copper sulphate, vitamin K, folic
acid, vitamin B1, vitamin B12, vitamin B6, manganese sulphate, potassium iodate,
sodium selenate, biotin
*from organic farming
**Demeter (from biodynamic farming)
1 100 g of infant formula powder are made from 196 ml skimmed milk
2 contains DHA (as required by the legislation for all follow-on formula)
3 from sustainable farming
Instant preparation – ready in minutes. Just add boiled water and shake well.
Holle Organic Infant Follow-on Formula 2 is made from 99% organically grown ingredients. The milk used in our formula comes from cows raised on biodynamic (Demeter) farms in caring and appropriate environments. All our farms strictly adhere to EU organic regulations and, moreover, to the stringent international Demeter regulations. Grazing our cows on lush biodynamic fields and pastures is the reason for the superior quality of the milk used in our premium baby food. Demeter farmers avoid the painful dehorning of cows. Other important ingredients include organic vegetable oils which provide essential fatty acids for your baby. Organic starch and maltodextrin derived from corn make the Organic Infant Follow-on Formula 2 creamy and filling. The remaining 1% of ingredients are vitamins and minerals which are necessary for your baby’s development and are required by EU regulations.
A mother’s milk is the most natural and beneficial nourishment for a baby – including all nutrients and vitamins needed. That is why Holle recommends breastfeeding. In addition, the intense contact between a mother and child during breastfeeding promotes feelings of harmony and comfort. We recommend you talk to a health professional, such as your doctor, midwife or health visitor, about the importance of breastfeeding.