Announcements & Updates

We continually review our products and information to make sure we’re giving you and your family the best support possible.

If we’ve made any changes to our range, you can read about them in detail here.  If you have any further questions, please contact the Nutricia Careline. 

APTAMIL UK REPORTS: PRODUCTS NOT SOLD IN AUSTRALIA OR NEW ZEALAND

Posted 10/07/18

Following some media reports in the UK, we would like to reassure parents that the new Aptamil recipe launched in the UK is safe and suitable for the feeding of babies. Furthermore, we can confirm that these products are not sold in Australia or New Zealand.

Regardless of this fact, we would like to emphasise that quality is our number one priority. Our colleagues in the UK are therefore doing everything to investigate every single complaint and to help families during the transition to the new recipe. Our experience tells us that when changing what you feed your baby, they may need time to adapt and have some temporary changes to their digestive pattern.

We are very sorry about the difficulties that some parents have had. The new formula has recently been introduced in six European countries and was well received, overall. Prior to the launch, extensive quality and safety checks, including clinical trials, product testing and product experience tests were undertaken to ensure that the recipe is safe and well tolerated.

Any consumer inquiries or concerns can be directed to our Nutricia Careline on 1800 438 500.

UPCOMING CHANGES TO OUR PRODUCTS AND PACKAGING

Posted 21/11/17

Danone Nutricia is committed to delivering optimal nutrition and information on our products. As part of our ongoing commitment to quality, we are going to be making minor changes to some of our products and packaging.

As each product becomes available for purchase in retailers and on our store (mumstore.com.au), we will continue to update our web site with information detailing the changes applicable to that product.

We continue to offer the same trusted nutritional support, and encourage you to please contact our Nutricia Careline (1800 438 500) if you have any questions. Our expert Careline team of nutritionists, dietitians, midwives and product specialists is available to assist you.

UPCOMING CHANGES TO OUR PRODUCT CODING

Posted 10/07/17

Danone Nutricia is committed to delivering optimal nutrition and information on our products. As part of our ongoing commitment to quality, we are going to be making minor changes to some of our products and packaging.

As each product becomes available for purchase in retailers and on our store (mumstore.com.au), we will continue to update our web site with information detailing the changes applicable to that product.

We continue to offer the same trusted nutritional support, and encourage you to please contact our Nutricia Careline (1800 438 500) if you have any questions. Our expert Careline team of nutritionists, dietitians, midwives and product specialists is available to assist you.
As a new technology measure, we are introducing laser printed product coding on the bottom of our New Zealand-made Aptamil and Karicare cows’ milk products. The bottom of each tin will feature a big blue dot with laser printed product coding. This new technology is an upgrade to the latest standard in the market and will allow for better visual inspection and make it easier for coding information to be read.

We assure parents that this is a simple packaging improvement.

The implementation of this new coding will be gradually introduced, which means that for a period of time there will be some products in the market with the blue dot and some without.

For further information on this packaging change, please contact our Careline on 1800 438 500.

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Supporting choices for mums

Before you enter, please read this important statement:

If you are able, breastfeeding is best. It provides all the nutritional health benefits as Mother Nature intended. In readying for and during breastfeeding, it's important that mums eat a healthy, balanced diet.

If you're considering bottle feeding, seek professional medical advice first. Introducing bottle feeding either partially or exclusively, may reduce the supply of your own breast milk, which makes reversing the decision not to breast feed difficult. Also consider the social and financial implications, such as convenience and cost over time.

When using infant formula, always follow the instructions for use carefully, unnecessary or improper use may make your baby ill.

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