Country of Origin
|Typical Values||per 100 ml feed¿|
|of which: saturates||1.6 g|
|of which: monounsaturates||1.6 g|
|of which: polyunsaturates||0.5 g|
|Linoleic acid (omega-6)||0.42 g|
|¿-linolenic acid (omega-3)||0.06 g|
|Docosahexaenoic acid||13.6 mg|
|of which: sugars||7.2 g|
|of which: lactose||7.0 g|
|of which: Galacto-oligosaccharides||0.5 g|
|Iron||1.0 mg (13%**)|
|Iodine||15 µg (19%**)|
|Vitamin A||56 µg (14%**)|
|Vitamin D||1.6 µg (23%**)|
|Vitamin E||0.80 mg|
|Vitamin K||3.1 µg|
|Vitamin C||10 mg (22%**)|
|Thiamin (vitamin B1)||0.037 mg|
|Riboflavin (vitamin B2)||0.14 mg|
|Vitamin B6||0.042 mg|
|Folic Acid||10 µg|
|Vitamin B12||0.10 µg|
|Pantothenic acid||0.35 mg|
|¿Typical values per 100 ml prepared feed|
|** Percentage nutrient reference value|
|The above analytical values are subject to the normal variations that occur with products made from natural ingredients|
|Standard solution: 100 ml feed is made up of 13.5 g HiPP Organic follow on milk and 90 ml water. One level scoop contains approx 4.5g HiPP Organic follow on milk|
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (12)
why palm oil?
Hipp, why palm oil? Regardless of its organic origin (and together with rapeseed oil) it is still a cheap useless ingredient that wont bring anything good to babies. And please dont give out an explanation like in the case of Croatia that its because the customers wanted. What customers want is high quality oils with good omegas that will actually help develop babies brains such as flax/linseed, sesame, hemp oil. Or just stick to sunflower oil! So so disappointing!
I breastfed my son till 11months but introduced this at 9m for the evening it was brilliant for him. And now we have started again using it for our daughter who is 9 months now. Again we are so happy with it, knowing it has organic ingredients is so good. Feel very happy using it as a follow on from breastfeeding. The box is good as the powder is separated into two bags so it doesn't spoil.
Best for baby
I'm really surprised to see people moaning about the packaging. Yes, it's a bit annoying, but you buy this milk because it's not full of harmful ingredients, and therefore gives your baby a better start to life. If the packaging is more important to you than the health of your child, then buy another brand. Besides Hipp do a re-useable plastic container that you can buy, which is great. All in all, if you want the best possible formula for your baby, organic is the best option.
Terrible packaging! Complete waste
The first age from the same Hipp Organic went very well with my daughter, and I did like that 1/ it is organic, 2/ it does not smell awful and does not make me feel sick when washing the bottle, 3/ the composition seems clean and 4/ it is enriched with probiotics. However when switched to the follow on milk my LO started to have a flare up of eczema. And what to say about this packaging?? The powder caught humidity and started to form solid blocks of milk powder, unusable! Given the numerous complaints about the packaging I do not understand why they did not switch like many other brands to a user-friendly metal box !? Will have to switch to another brand
Gave my daughter indigestion
I like HIPP milks and have fed my daughter their first infant milk for months with no issues. I switched to the follow on milk and within 36h she was crying with indigestion and constipation. She's never had this before and I hadn't changed anything else regarding her diet/fluids. It has a thicker consistency so I wonder if that has something to do with it. It may just have been her but I have switched her back to the original!
Best formula Milk
Best alternative to breast feeding when baby is ready and includes all supplements, probiotics and vitamins to support immunity.