Neocate® Junior Unflavoured

One year of age and over

  • For the dietary management of children over one year of age with cows’ milk protein allergy, multiple food protein allergies, eosinophilic oesophagitis and/or other indications where an amino acid-based formula is recommended.  

Please contact your GP or healthcare professional for more information on the role of Neocate as treatment for cows’ milk protein allergy.

Product Information

A great tasting* amino acid-based formula specifically designed for children over one year of age. Neocate Junior is nutritionally complete and can be used as a sole source of nutrition for children over one year of age, or as a supplement. 

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  • Hypoallergenic 
  • Milk and soy protein-free 
  • Contains 35% medium-chain triglycerides (MCT) 
  • Unflavoured 
  • Neocate Junior is also available in Vanilla flavour 
Contraindications for use

Neocate Junior is not suitable for infants under 1 year of ageMust be used under medical supervision. 

Direction of use

Always follow preparation instructions as stated on the Neocate Junior Unflavoured can. One level scoop provides 7.3g powder. 

  1. Wash hands thoroughly, clean preparation area 
  2. Measure the correct amount of cooled boiled water into a container 
  3. Add the prescribed number of level scoops of Neocate Junior Unflavoured to the pre-measured water 
  4. Cover and shake until the powder has dissolved 
  5. Once prepared, refrigerate and consume within 24 hours. Shake or stir immediately before use.  
  6. Neocate Junior Unflavoured is best served chilled 

Store unopened tins in a cool, dry place.

Once opened, reseal can and store in a cool, dry place (not a refrigerator) and use within 4 weeks.

Feeding Guide

Your doctor or dietitian will advise the appropriate amount of Neocate Junior to be given. This may vary depending on how much and what types of solids are permitted, as well as the age and weight of your child. Feeding table below should be used as a guide only:  

Scoops Water (ml) Approximate total volume (ml) 
1 (7.3g) 30 35
3 (21.9g) 90 105
10 (73g) 300 350
Nutritional Information
Average contents Per 100g Per 100ml*
Energy 1992 kJ 420 kJ
475 kcal 100 kcal
Fat (42 En%) 22.0 g 4.6 g
of which
Saturated 9.4 g 2.0 g
Monounsaturated 7.7 g 1.6 g
Polyunsaturated 4.0 g 0.84 g
Carbohydrate (47 En%) 56.0 g 11.8 g
of which
Sugars 5.0 g 1.1 g
Fibre (0 En%) 0 g 0 g
Protein equivalent (11 En%) 13.3 g 2.8 g
Salt 0.71 g 0.15 g
Vitamin A 214 μg 45.2 μg
Vitamin D 6.2 μg 1.3 μg
Vitamin E 6.7 mg-α-T.E 1.4 mg-α-T.E
Vitamin K 19.0 μg 4.0 μg
Thiamin 0.48 mg 0.10 mg
Riboflavin 0.95 mg 0.20 mg
Niacin 9.0 mg NE 1.9 mg NE
Pantothenic Acid 1.9 mg 0.40 mg
Vitamin B~6~ 0.48 mg 0.10 mg
Folic acid 71.3 μg 15.0 μg
Vitamin B~12~ 1.2 μg 0.25 μg
Biotin 14.3 μg 3.0 μg
Vitamin C 47.5 mg 10.0 mg
Sodium 285 mg 60.1 mg
12.4 mmol 2.6 mmol
Potassium 546 mg 115 mg
14 mmol 2.9 mmol
Calcium 428 mg 90.3 mg
Phosphorus 309 mg 65.2 mg
Magnesium 66.5 mg 14 mg
Chloride 437 mg 92.2 mg
Ca:P ratio 1.4:1
Iron 5.7 mg 1.2 mg
Zinc 5.2 mg 1.1 mg
Manganese 290 μg 60 μg
Copper 480 μg 100 μg
Iodine 71.3 μg 15 μg
Molybdenum 21.4 μg 4.5 μg
Selenium 15.2 μg 3.2 μg
Chromium 7.6 μg 1.6 μg
Choline 95.0 mg 20.0 mg
Inositol 26.1 mg 5.5 mg
L-carnitine 15.80 mg 3.3 mg
Taurine 31.45 mg 6.6 mg
Osmolality 600 mOsmol/kgH₂O
*At the recommended concentration of 21.1% w/v

*Data on file, May 2016 and January 2017 

BREAST MILK IS BEST FOR BABIES: Professional advice should be followed before using an infant formula. Introducing partial bottle feeding could negatively affect breast feeding. Good maternal nutrition is important for breast feeding and reversing a decision not to breast feed may be difficult. Infant formula should be used as directed. Proper use of an infant formula is important to the health of the infant. Social and financial implications should be considered when selecting a method of feeding. Infant Formula product for special dietary use to be used under medical supervision. This product is not suitable for general use.