Breastfeeding is best for babies. It provides all the nutritional health benefits as Mother Nature intended. In preparation for and during breastfeeding, it's important that mums eat a healthy, balanced diet.
Combined breast and bottle feeding in the first weeks of life may reduce the supply of your own breast milk, and reversing the decision not to breast feed is difficult. If you're thinking about bottle feeding your baby, always seek professional advice first - from your doctor, midwife or healthcare professional. When using infant formula, you should always follow the manufacturer's instructions for use carefully: unnecessary or improper use may make your baby ill. The social and financial implications, such as convenience and cost to a household over time, should also be considered.
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Select your preferred product below and reveal the product and/or packaging changes. As products become available in retailers, they will be added below. You'll find greater detail about the changes further down the page.
We have made some packaging design changes, all designed to help you select the right product for your child, with greater ease.
We have adjusted the feeding guides for our stage 1 (infant formula) and stage 2 (follow-on formula) products to reflect new nutrition policies. Our new feeding guidelines bring consistency to the feeding guides across our product brands and stages, making them clearer and easier for you to use. We are ensuring that our formulas deliver the right energy levels for your baby's needs.
Our ingredient list now provides you with more details about the ingredients in your formula or toddler milk drink. There are no additional ingredients in your product.
We reformulate our products from time to time to ensure they meet evolving food and nutrition standards. We have adjusted the formulation of some of our products, which is reflected in the nutritional information panel on the can. Your formula contains the same ingredients, the amounts of which have been modified slightly with no discernible change to the taste or benefits for your baby.
We have updated the values in the nutritional panel to ensure we reflect the most current information about your product. Your formula or toddler milk drink contains the same ingredients and nutrition.
The Australian government recently introduced new country of origin labelling requirements. We have updated our country of origin statements to comply with this change. There is no change to the product itself as a result of these new requirements.
Karicare+ is part of the Danone family of brands, and to better communicate this, we’ve added our new Danone logo.
We have made it easier to contact us at Danone Nutricia by introducing a single point of contact, with a new name: Nutricia Careline. Our expert Careline team of nutritionists, dietitians, midwives and product specialists is available to support you.