European formulas are created to mimic breast milk closely. From the sweet mild taste to the micronutrients, European formulas are as close to nature as possible.
Animal-based milk as the main ingredient gives babies the protein and energy they need for healthy growth and development without added sugars or other toxic ingredients.
European Union (EU) regulators set guidelines for all infant formulas in the European baby formula market and ensure they keep your infant healthy.
The EU has more restrictive rules than the American counterpart, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
Carefully laying out each detail of what can be included and what has to be excluded from farm to bottle at every stage of your child's nutritional well-being is the number one priority.
Starting from birth through the toddler years, the European formula considers the first years as the most important and that your child's nutritional needs change from month to month and are based on stages and developmental needs, not lumped together by year.
European infant nutrition regulations also prohibit the use of GMOs, preservatives, and additives in the formula and have standards on the farms and harvesting of the baby formula ingredients which prohibit the use of pesticides and chemicals.
Unfortunately, US regulations only put minimums on these poisons, but do not forbid the use.