Karicare Follow-on Goat Milk Formula

6 to 12 Months

Indications
  • Healthy infants from six months as a partial or complete breast milk substitute, as part of a mixed diet.
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    Product Information

    Karicare Goats’ Milk Follow-On Formula is a breast milk substitute which contains the goodness of goats’ milk and the key ingredients to support babies.

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    Features
    • Made with the goodness of real goats’ milk.
    • Suitable for mixed feeding.
    • Gentle nutrition.
    • 100% recyclable tin, lid and scoop.
     
    At Karicare, we’re committed to supporting sustainability. That’s why all of our formula tins, including the lid and scoop, are 100% recyclable. Simply pop them into your home recycling bin once they’re empty.
    Direction of Use
    1. Wash hands before preparing the feed. Clean and then sterilise all utensils by boiling for 5 minutes, or using an approved steriliser.
    2. Boil safe drinking water and allow to cool to feeding temperature. CONSULT FEEDING GUIDE. Measure the required volume of water into a sterilised feeding bottle.
    3. Use only the enclosed scoop. Fill the scoop lightly and level off using the built-in leveler. Avoid compacting the powder.
    4. Always add one level scoop of powder for each 50mL of water. Cap the bottle and shake briskly to dissolve the powder.
    5. Test temperature on wrist before feeding. Feed immediately (do not store). Discard unfinished feeds.

    Prepare each bottle separately. For all brands of formula, it is safer to use immediately after they are prepared.

    Storage
    • Store in a cool, dry place.
    • Use by the date on bottom of the container.
    • After opening, keep container airtight and use contents within four weeks.
    • Some settling of the powder may occur.
    Feeding Guide
    Age Cooled boiled water Level scoops of powder* Number of feeds per day
    6 – 9 months 200mL 4 3-5
    9 – 12 months 200mL 4 3-4

    *1 scoop = 7.3g of powder. NOTE: 1 scoop of powder added to 50mL of water yields approximately 55mL of formula. This feeding guide is a general guide ONLY; your child may need more or less than shown.

    Allergen and Cultural Information

    Contains goats’ milk, cows’ milk, fish and soy.

    Nutritional Information
    Average contents Per 100ml
    NUTRITION INFORMATION
    Energy 281 kJ
    67 kcal
    Protein 1.6 g
    Carbohydrates 7.3 g
    Total Fat 3.5 g
    Linoleic Acid 420 mg
    α-Linolenic acid 60 mg
    MINERALS
    Calcium 75 mg
    Phosphorus 51 mg
    Sodium 21 mg
    Potassium 89 mg
    Chloride 84 mg
    Magnesium 7.0 mg
    Iron 0.91 mg
    Zinc 0.51 μg
    Manganese 8.9 μg
    Iodine 9.2 μg
    Copper 46 μg
    Selenium 1.3 μg
    VITAMINS
    Vitamin A 71 μg-RE
    Vitamin D 1 μg
    Vitamin E 1.6 mg
    Vitamin K 6.8 μg
    Vitamin B~1~ 64 μg
    Vitamin B~2~ 131 μg
    Vitamin B~6~ 38 μg
    Vitamin B~12~ 0.21 μg
    Niacin (B~3~) 0.70 mg
    Pantothenic Acid (B~5~) 0.37 mg
    Folate 8.9 μg
    Vitamin C 10 mg
    Biotin 2.4 μg
    OTHERS
    Choline 13 mg
    L-Carnitine 4.7 mg
    Taurine 4.7 mg
    Inositol 1.1 mg
    Ingredients

    Goat milk, lactose, (purified from cows’ milk), vegetable oils, (antioxidant (sunflower lecithin)), choline chloride, acidity regulator (citric acid, calcium hydroxide), L-tryptophan, taurine, L-carnitine.

     
    Mineral: calcium, sodium iron, potassium, zinc, copper, manganese, iodine, selenium.
    Vitamin: Vitamins (A, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B12, C, D3, E, K1), folic acid, biotin.
     
    Karicare® Plus Goat Follow On Formula is based on goats’ milk protein.
    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.
    FOR HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS ONLY.