Breastfeeding is best for your baby and provides many benefits.

Breastfeeding is best for babies and provides many benefits. It is important that, in preparation for and during breastfeeding, you eat a healthy, balanced diet. Combined breast and bottle feeding in the first weeks of life may reduce the supply of your own breastmilk, and reversing the decision not to breastfeed is difficult. The social and financial implications of using an infant milk should be considered. Improper use of an infant milk or inappropriate foods or feeding methods may present a health hazard.

If you use an infant milk, you should follow manufacturer’s instructions for use carefully – failure to follow the instructions may make your baby ill. Always consult your doctor, midwife or health visitor for advice about feeding your baby.

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Our pure, Organic baby rice has a smooth texture making it suitable as one of baby’s first weaning foods.

When to use Aptamil Organic baby rice

Our Organic baby rice is suitable for babies aged 4–6+ months, who are ready for weaning. All babies are different and can be ready to wean at different times.*

Benefits of Aptamil Organic baby rice

Designed to be baby’s first experience with food, we add nothing to our Organic baby rice but a little Vitamin B1.

Healthier then most other family cereals

Most family cereals contain levels of salt and sugar that may not be suitable for your baby. Because our Aptamil Organic baby rice is made specifically for babies, you can be sure that it only provides your baby with nutrients that are tailored to their needs.
* The Food Safety Authority of Ireland recommends that weaning should start at around 6 months and certainly no earlier than 17 weeks.

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What’s in Aptamil Organic baby rice?

Our pure, Organic baby rice has a perfectly smooth texture for first weaning.

Designed to be a baby’s first experience with food, we add nothing to our Organic baby rice but a little vitamin B1.

Vitamin B1

To complement a healthy, balanced diet.

ALLERGY AND NUTRITIONAL ADVICE

  • Vitamin B1
  • Gluten free
  • No added salt or sugar*
  • No preservatives
  • Does not contain milk or soy

* Contains only naturally occurring sugars and sodium.

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How to prepare our baby rice

You’ll need a clean bowl and feeding spoon

Mix 1 spoonful of baby rice with 10 spoonfuls of your baby's usual milk, warm or cold and stir. If serving warm, check the temperature before serving.

As your baby grows, you can use a larger spoon to make a bigger serving.

If your baby prefers a smoother or thicker consistency, simply add or reduce the amount of water to suit them.

Make it your own Once your baby is happy with the taste and texture of Organic baby rice, you can start introducing gentle new tastes, such as puréed apple or pear, which you can easily mix in with the porridge.

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With a simple taste, smooth texture and Pronutravi+™, our unique blend of ingredients, Aptamil Creamed porridge has a smooth texture making it suitable as one of baby’s first weaning foods.

When to use Aptamil Creamed porridge

Aptamil Creamed porridge is suitable for babies aged 4–6+ months, who are ready for weaning. All babies are different and can be ready to wean at different times.

Benefits of Aptamil Creamed porridge

Our Creamed porridge is nutritionally tailored with our unique blend of GOS/FOS. It also contains essential vitamins and minerals.
If you are already using Aptamil milks, your baby will already be familiar with the taste of Aptamil Creamed porridge as it contains our milk. This may ease the introduction of cereals into their diet.

Healthier then most family cereals

Most family cereals contain levels of salt and sugar that may not be suitable for your baby. Because our Aptamil Creamed porridge is made specifically for babies, you can be sure that it only provides your baby with nutrients that are tailored to their needs.

* The Food Safety Authority of Ireland recommends that weaning should start at around 6 months and certainly no earlier than 17 weeks.

 

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What’s in Creamed porridge?

Aptamil Creamed porridge contains Pronutravi+™, our unique blend of GOS/FOS, vitamins A, C, D and iron.

GOS/FOS

We add a unique prebiotic blend of galacto- (GOS) and fructo- (FOS) oligosaccharides to all Aptamil milk cereals which are derived from chicory and lactose.

Iron

To support normal brain development.

Vitamins A, C and D

Vitamin D is important for healthy bones.

ALLERGY AND NUTRITIONAL ADVICE

 

  • GOS/FOS
  • Vitamin A, C and D
  • Contains milk and soy
  • Gluten free
  • No preservatives
  • No added salt of sugar*

* Contains only naturally occurring sugars and sodium.

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How to prepare our creamed porridge

You’ll need a clean bowl and feeding spoon

Mix 1 spoonful of cereal with 2 spoonfuls of warm, previously boiled water and stir.If serving warm, check the temperature before serving.

As your baby grows, you can use a larger spoon to make a bigger serving.

If your baby prefers a smoother or thicker consistency, simply add or reduce the amount of water to suit them.

Make it your own Once your baby is happy with the taste and texture of Creamed porridge, you can start introducing gentle new tastes, such as puréed apple or pear, which you can easily mix in with the porridge.

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With a simple taste, smooth texture and Pronutravi+™, our unique blend of ingredients, Aptamil Creamed banana porridge has a smooth texture making it suitable as one of baby’s first weaning foods.

When to use Aptamil Creamed banana porridge

Aptamil Creamed banana porridge is suitable for babies aged 4–6+ months, who are ready for weaning. All babies are different and can be ready to wean at different times.*

Benefits of Aptamil Creamed banana porridge

Our Creamed banana porridge is nutritionally tailored with our unique blend of GOS/FOS, vitamins A, C, D and iron.

Healthier then most family cereals

Most family cereals contain levels of salt and sugar that may not be suitable for your baby. Because our Aptamil Creamed banana porridge is made specifically for babies, you can be sure that it only provides your baby with nutrients that are tailored to their needs.
* The Food Safety Authority of Ireland recommends that weaning should start at around 6 months and certainly no earlier than 17 weeks.

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What's in Aptamil Creamed banana porridge?

Aptamil Creamed banana porridge contains Pronutravi+™, our unique blend of GOS/FOS, vitamins A, C, D and iron.

GOS/FOS

We add a unique prebiotic blend of galacto- (GOS) and fructo- (FOS) oligosaccharides to all Aptamil milk cereals which are derived from chicory and lactose.

Iron

To support normal brain development

Vitamins A,C and D

Vitamin D is important for healthy bones.

ALLERGY AND NUTRITIONAL ADVICE

• GOS/FOS
• Vitamin A, C and D
• Contains milk and soy
• Gluten free
• No preservatives
• No added salt of sugar*

* Contains only naturally occurring sugars and sodium.

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How to prepare our baby rice

You’ll need a clean bowl and feeding spoon

Mix 1 spoonful of baby rice with 10 spoonfuls of your baby's usual milk, warm or cold and stir. If serving warm, check the temperature before serving.

As your baby grows, you can use a larger spoon to make a bigger serving.

If your baby prefers a smoother or thicker consistency, simply add or reduce the amount of water to suit them.

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With a simple taste, smooth texture and Pronutravi+™, our unique blend of ingredients, Aptamil Creamed apricot porridge has a smooth texture making it suitable as one of baby’s first weaning foods.

When to use Aptamil Creamed porridge

Aptamil Creamed apricot porridge is suitable for babies aged 4–6+ months, who are ready for weaning. All babies are different and can be ready to wean at different times.*

Benefits of Aptamil Creamed porridge

Aptamil Creamed apricot porridge contains Pronutravi+, our unique blend of GOS/FOS, vitamins A, C, D and iron.

Healthier then most family cereals

Most family cereals contain levels of salt and sugar that may not be suitable for your baby. Because our Aptamil Creamed apricot porridge is made specifically for babies, you can be sure that it only provides your baby with nutrients that are tailored to their needs.

* The Food Safety Authority of Ireland recommends that weaning should start at around 6 months and certainly no earlier than 17 weeks.

 

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What’s in Creamed apricot porridge?

Aptamil Creamed apricot porridge contains Pronutravi+™, our unique blend of GOS/FOS, vitamins A, C, D and iron.

GOS/FOS

We add a unique prebiotic blend of galacto- (GOS) and fructo- (FOS) oligosaccharides to all Aptamil milk cereals which are derived from chicory and lactose.

Iron

To support normal brain development.

Vitamins A, C and D

Vitamin D is important for healthy bones.

Allergy and nutritional advice

  • GOS/FOS
  • Vitamin A, C and D
  • Contains milk and soy
  • No preservatives
  • No added salt of sugar*

* Contains only naturally occurring sugars and sodium.

 

Preparation

How to use

Preparation

How to prepare our baby rice

You’ll need a clean bowl and feeding spoon

Mix 1 spoonful of cereal with, 2½ spoonfuls of warm, previously boiled water and stir. If serving warm, check the temperature before serving.

As your baby grows, you can use a larger spoon to make a bigger serving.

If your baby prefers a smoother or thicker consistency, simply add or reduce the amount of water to suit them.

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Mum and Tots award - Best Follow-On Milk

When to use Aptamil Follow On milk?

Aptamil Follow On can be used as part of a weaning diet, from 6 months. Aptamil Follow-On milk is not a breastmilk substitute.

When your baby starts weaning, milk will continue to be their main source of nourishment. Aptamil Follow On milk complements the weaning diet by providing the nutrients your baby needs in a smaller volume of milk, leaving room in their tummy for their first solids.

From around 6 months of age, your baby’s nutritional needs increase. For example, by the time they’re 7 months old, your baby will need nearly as much iron per day as a 30 year old man! Many mums switch their babies onto a Follow On milk as part of a mixed weaning diet, as it provides more iron than First and Hungry milks.

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Aptamil Follow On milk contains Pronutra+™, our unique blend of GOS/FOS oligosaccharides, LCP’s, vitamins A, C, D and iron and is nutritionally tailored for this stage of your baby's development.

Follow-On GOS/FOS

What are prebiotic oligosaccharides?

Prebiotic oligosaccharides, often shortened to prebiotics, are special carbohydrates. Prebiotic oligosaccharides occur naturally.

What are GOS/FOS prebiotics?

We add a unique prebiotic blend of galacto- (GOS) and fructo- (FOS) oligosaccharides to all Aptamil milks which are derived from chicory and lactose.

If you are switching to Aptamil Follow On milk from a different infant formula without prebiotic oligosaccharides, you may notice that your baby passes softer stools. This is perfectly natural, as babies fed on infant milks with prebiotic oligosaccharides tend to produce softer, more comfortable stools as a result of their healthy gut flora.

Long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids (LCPS)

LCPs are fatty acids such as omega-3 which is essential for the development of your baby’s brain and eyes. World experts have concluded that the current evidence strongly supports the inclusion of LCPs in infant formula.1

Aptamil baby milks were the first company in Ireland to provide LCPs in infant formula, supplying them in the amount recommended by leading nutritional experts. We’ve also recently added them to Aptamil Follow On so now bottlefed babies can benefit from LCPs right up to the age of one year.

Nucleotides

Aptamil Follow On contains nucleotides, which are the building blocks of DNA – a set of instructions for every cell in the body.

Vitamins and minerals

Aptamil Follow On milk contains vitamins A, C and D which support the immune system. Aptamil Follow On milk has been specially formulated to provide higher levels of iron than standard infant milks to help replenish your baby’s natural store of iron which starts to run low at around 6 months.

Dietary information

Aptamil Follow On Milk 900g powder is Halaal approved but is not suitable for a vegetarian or vegan diet

Aptamil Follow On milk 200ml and 1 litre ready to feeds are not suitable for a vegetarian or vegan diet and are not Halaal approved

Allergens: Milk, Soy, Fish

1. Koletzko B et al. The roles of long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids in pregnancy, lactation and infancy: review of current knowledge and consensus recommendations. J Perinat Med 2008;36:5-14.

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How to prepare our milk from powder

Our easy-to-follow guide shows you how to prepare a bottlefeed safely using our powder formula.

Wash and sterilise bottles and teats according to manufacturer’s instructions. Wash your hands and wipe clean all surfaces to prevent the spread of germs.
Boil freshly run tap water and leave to cool for 30 mins, unless otherwise indicated on pack. Measure required amount of water (refer to on-pack instructions) into a sterilised bottle. Do not use repeatedly boiled water.
For accurate dosage, always use scoop provided and level off powder with built-in leveller (if provided). Alternatively, level with a clean, dry knife. Do not press extra powder into scoop.
Add correct measure of powder to water. Adding too many or too few scoops can be harmful. The feeding instructions on the pack will give you an indication of the number of feeds your baby may need per day.
Screw cap on bottle and shake well for 10 seconds to dissolve powder in water. If necessary, cool feed under cold running water. Remove seal and replace with sterilised teat. Test temperature of milk by allowing some drops to fall on your wrist. If it feels comfortable, it should be just right for your baby. Do not heat feeds in a microwave as hot spots can occur and cause scalding.
Use made-up feeds within two hours. Once used, discard any leftover milk, wash bottles and teats, and re-sterilise, ready for next feed.

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Purchase

Aptamil Follow On milk is available in supermarkets.

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Aptamil First is suitable from birth if your baby is not being breastfed or if you are combination feeding.

When to use Aptamil first

Aptamil First is a nutritionally complete formula for bottlefed babies, or if combination feeding it is suitable from birth onwards.

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Aptamil first milk contains our unique blend of ingredients:Infant Milk GOS/FOS

What's in our first milk?

Aptamil First is nutritionally tailored with our unique blend of GOS/FOS prebiotic oligosaccharides, LCPs, nucleotides, and key vitamins and minerals, to provide your baby with all the goodness they need.

What are prebiotics?

Prebiotic oligosaccharides, often shortened to prebiotics, are special carbohydrates Prebiotic oligosaccharides occur naturally in breastmilk and a variety of fruits, grains and vegetables, including bananas, artichokes, chicory and onions.

What are GOS/FOS prebiotic oligosaccharides?

We add a unique prebiotic blend of galacto- (GOS) and fructo- (FOS) oligosaccharides to all Aptamil milks which are derived from chicory and lactose.

If you are switching to Aptamil First milk from a different infant formula without prebiotics, you may notice that your baby passes softer stools. This is perfectly natural, as babies fed on infant milks with prebiotic oligosaccharides tend to produce softer, more comfortable stools as a result of their healthy gut flora.

Dietary Information

Aptamil First Milk 900g powder is Halaal approved but is not suitable for a vegetarian or vegan diet

Aptamil First milk 200ml and 1 litre ready to feeds are not suitable for a vegetarian or vegan diet and are not Halaal approved

Allergens: Milk, Soy, Fish

Preparation

How to use

Preparation

How to prepare our milk from powder

Our easy-to-follow guide shows you how to prepare a bottlefeed safely using our powder formula.

Wash and sterilise bottles and teats according to manufacturer’s instructions. Wash your hands and wipe clean all surfaces to prevent the spread of germs.

Boil freshly run tap water and leave to cool for 30 mins, unless otherwise indicated on pack. Measure required amount of water (refer to on-pack instructions) into a sterilised bottle. Do not use repeatedly boiled water.

For accurate dosage, always use scoop provided and level off powder with built-in leveller (if provided). Alternatively, level with a clean, dry knife. Do not press extra powder into scoop.

Add correct measure of powder to water. Adding too many or too few scoops can be harmful. The feeding instructions on the pack will give you an indication of the number of feeds your baby may need per day.

Screw cap on bottle and shake well for 10 seconds to dissolve powder in water. If necessary, cool feed under cold running water. Remove seal and replace with sterilised teat. Test temperature of milk by allowing some drops to fall on your wrist. If it feels comfortable, it should be just right for your baby. Do not heat feeds in a microwave as hot spots can occur and cause scalding.

Use made-up feeds within two hours. Once used, discard any leftover milk, wash bottles and teats, and re-sterilise, ready for next feed.

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Purchase

Aptamil First milk is available in all major supermarkets.

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Hungry baby milk to help delay the onset of weaning

Aptamil Hungry baby milk is designed to help delay the early onset of weaning, if your baby is not being breastfed. Aptamil hungry baby milk is specially formulated with casein proteins, which makes your baby feel fuller for longer.

When to use Aptamil Hungry

Aptamil Hungry is a nutritionally complete formula for bottlefed babies, suitable from birth onwards. If you have questions about moving your baby to Aptamil Hungry milk please contact our Careline on 1800 22 1234 and speak to one of our advisors.

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Aptamil Hungry contains two types of protein; whey and casein, and is different from Aptamil First as it contains more casein than whey. Because casein forms a firmer curd in the stomach than whey, it is digested more slowly, helping to make your baby feel fuller for longer. Our nutritionally complete formula also contains our unique blend of GOS/FOS prebiotic oligosaccharides, LCPs, nucleotides, and key vitamins and minerals.

Infant Milk GOS/FOS

What are prebiotic oligosaccharides?

Prebiotic oligosaccharides, often shortened to prebiotics, are special carbohydrates. Prebiotic oligosaccharides occur naturally in breastmilk and a variety of fruits, grains and vegetables, including bananas, artichokes, chicory and onions.

What are GOS/FOS prebiotic oligosaccharides?

We add a unique prebiotic blend of galacto- (GOS) and fructo- (FOS) oligosaccharides to all Aptamil milks which are derived from chicory and lactose.

Dietary Information

Aptamil Hungry Milk 900g powder is Halaal approved but is not suitable for a vegetarian or vegan diet

Aptamil Hungry milk 200ml and 1 litre ready to feeds are not suitable for a vegetarian or vegan diet and are not Halaal approved

Allergens: Milk, Soy, Fish

Preparation

How to use

Preparation

How to prepare our milk from powder

Our easy-to-follow guide shows you how to prepare a bottlefeed safely using our powder formula.

Wash and sterilise bottles and teats according to manufacturer’s instructions. Wash your hands and wipe clean all surfaces to prevent the spread of germs.
Boil freshly run tap water and leave to cool for 30 mins, unless otherwise indicated on pack. Measure required amount of water (refer to on-pack instructions) into a sterilised bottle. Do not use repeatedly boiled water.
For accurate dosage, always use scoop provided and level off powder with built-in leveller (if provided). Alternatively, level with a clean, dry knife. Do not press extra powder into scoop.
Add correct measure of powder to water. Adding too many or too few scoops can be harmful. The feeding instructions on the pack will give you an indication of the number of feeds your baby may need per day.
Screw cap on bottle and shake well for 10 seconds to dissolve powder in water. If necessary, cool feed under cold running water. Remove seal and replace with sterilised teat. Test temperature of milk by allowing some drops to fall on your wrist. If it feels comfortable, it should be just right for your baby. Do not heat feeds in a microwave as hot spots can occur and cause scalding.
Use made-up feeds within two hours. Once used, discard any leftover milk, wash bottles and teats, and re-sterilise, ready for next feed.

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Aptamil Hungry milk is available in all major retail stores.

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For the dietary management of colic and constipation in babies

If you suspect your baby has either colic or constipation, the first thing to do is to speak to your healthcare professional as there are often ways to relieve symptoms without changing your baby's feed. If advised by your healthcare professional, you may want to consider Aptamil Comfort; a food for special medical purposes, formulated for the dietary management of colic and constipation in babies who are being bottlefed.

Signs of colic

  • 2–3 hour spells of loud crying, often 15 minutes after feeding. As a guide, colic usually involves repeated excessive and inconsolable crying which lasts for 3 hours or more a day, on at least 3 days a week, for more than 3 weeks. Crying is often high-pitched and frantic and happens more in the late afternoon and evening.
  • Flushed face
  • Clenched fists
  • Legs pulled up to the chest

Colic can occur any time in the first few weeks after birth but usually disappears by the time your baby is 3 months old. If you have any further questions on colic contact our Careline on 1800 22 1234.

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Whats in our milk?

Aptamil Comfort contains less than half the levels of lactose in standard milks, as lactose can sometimes be hard for an immature digestive system to break down. It also has partially broken down (partially hydrolysed) whey proteins, helping to reduce the potential for feeding discomfort in babies with colic, and contains a special fat blend which helps to produce softer stools. The formula is also slightly thicker to prevent your baby gulping and taking in too much air during feeding.

What are prebiotics?

Prebiotic oligosaccharides, often shortened to prebiotics, are special carbohydrates that pass undigested beyond the tummy into the lower gut where they encourage your baby's friendly bacteria to thrive1,2.

Prebiotics occur naturally in breastmilk and a variety of fruits, grains and vegetables, including bananas, artichokes, chicory and onions.

What are GOS/FOS prebiotics?

We add a unique prebiotic blend of galacto- (GOS) and fructo- (FOS) oligosaccharides to all Aptamil milks which are derived from chicory and lactose.

If you are switching to Aptamil Comfort from a different infant formula without prebiotics, you may notice that your baby passes softer, looser and lighter coloured stools. This is perfectly normal because of the special formulation and as babies fed on infant milks with prebiotic oligosaccharides tend to produce softer, more comfortable stools as a result of their healthy gut flora.

Nucleotides

Aptamil Comfort contains nucleotides, which are the building blocks of DNA – a set of instructions for every cell in the body.

Long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids (LCPs)

LCPs are special beneficial fatty acids, from the omega-3 and omega-6 groups, which are essential for the development of your baby’s brain and eyes. World experts have concluded that the current evidence strongly supports the inclusion of LCPs in infant formula.3 We’ve recently added LCPs to Aptamil Comfort in amounts recommended by leading nutritional experts - so now bottlefed babies with colic and constipation can get the added benefits of LCPs right up to the age of one year.

Antioxidants, vitamins and minerals

Aptamil Comfort contains the antioxidants, vitamin C, E and selenium, which help protect your baby’s body against cell damage from free radicals. Our nutritionally complete formula also contains all the other essential vitamins and minerals your baby needs, including iron, calcium and phosphorus.

Dietary information

Aptamil comfort dietary information

Aptamil Comfort is not suitable for a vegetarian or vegan diet and is not Halaal approved

Allergens: Milk, Fish

 

References:
1. Moro G et al. Dosage related bifidogenic effects of galacto- and fructo-oligosaccharides in formula fed babies. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr 2002;34:291-5.
2. Knol J et al. Colon microflora in infants fed formula with galacto- and fructo-oligosaccharides: more like breastfed infants. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr 2005;40:36-42.
3. Koletzko B et al. The roles of long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids in pregnancy, lactation and infancy: review of current knowledge and consensus recommendations. J Perinat Med 2008;36:5-14.

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How to use

Preparation

How to prepare our milk from powder

Our easy-to-follow guide shows you how to prepare a bottlefeed safely using our powder formula.

Wash and sterilise bottles and teats according to manufacturer’s instructions. Wash your hands and wipe clean all surfaces to prevent the spread of germs.
Boil freshly run tap water and leave to cool for 30 mins, unless otherwise indicated on pack. Measure required amount of water (refer to on-pack instructions) into a sterilised bottle. Do not use repeatedly boiled water.
For accurate dosage, always use scoop provided and level off powder with built-in leveller (if provided). Alternatively, level with a clean, dry knife. Do not press extra powder into scoop.
Add correct measure of powder to water. Adding too many or too few scoops can be harmful. The feeding instructions on the pack will give you an indication of the number of feeds your baby may need per day.
Screw cap on bottle and shake well for 10 seconds to dissolve powder in water. If necessary, cool feed under cold running water. Remove seal and replace with sterilised teat. Test temperature of milk by allowing some drops to fall on your wrist. If it feels comfortable, it should be just right for your baby. Do not heat feeds in a microwave as hot spots can occur and cause scalding.
Use made-up feeds within two hours. Once used, discard any leftover milk, wash bottles and teats, and re-sterilise, ready for next feed.

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Where to buy

Purchase

Aptamil Comfort is available in supermarkets.

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When to use Aptamil Multigrain and apple cereal

Aptamil Multigrain & apple cereals is suitable from 7+ months and is nutritionally tailored for this stage.

Benefits of Multigrain & apple cereal

Our Multigrain & apple cereal with natural wholegrains, contains Pronutravi+, our unique blend of ingredients including iron, GOS/FOS and vitamins A, C and D.

Healthier then most family cereals

Most family cereals contain levels of salt and sugar that may not be suitable for your baby. Because our Aptamil Multigrain & apple cereal is made specifically for babies, you can be sure that it only provides your baby with nutrients that are tailored to their needs.

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What's in Multigrain & berry cereal?

Aptamil Multigrain & apple cereal contains Pronutravi+™, our unique blend of GOS/FOS, vitamins A, C, D and iron.

GOS/FOS

We add a unique prebiotic blend of galacto- (GOS) and fructo- (FOS) oligosaccharides to all Aptamil milks cereals which are derived from chicory and lactose.

Iron

To support normal brain development.

Vitamins A, C & D

Vitamin D is important for healthy bones.

Allergy and nutritional advice

  • GOS/FOS
  • Natural wholegrains
  • Vitamin A, C and D
  • Contains milk and soy
  • Contains gluten
  • No preservatives
  • No added salt of sugar*

* Contains only naturally occurring sugars and sodium.

Preparation

How to use

Preparation

How to prepare our baby rice

You’ll need a clean bowl and feeding spoon

Mix 1 spoonful of cereal with, 2½ spoonfuls of warm, previously boiled water and stir.If serving warm, check the temperature before serving.

As your baby grows, you can use a larger spoon to make a bigger serving.

If your baby prefers a smoother or thicker consistency, simply add or reduce the amount of water to suit them.

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Buy Now

You can buy online and have your purchases delivered.

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Aptamil Multigrain cereal is a nutritious baby cereal specifically tailored to babies’ nutritional needs. Made with 4 natural grains - wholegrain millet, wheat, oats, and rice - to provide added taste and texture.

When to use Aptamil Multigrain cereal

Our wholesome cereal is suitable for babies aged 7 months+.

Benefits of Aptamil Multigrain cereal

Our Multigrain cereal contains our unique blend of GOS/FOS prebiotics. It also contains essential vitamins and minerals and no added salt or sugar*.

Healthier than most family cereals

Most family cereals contain levels of salt and sugar that may not be suitable for your baby. Because our cereal is made specifically for babies, you can be sure that it only provides your baby with nutrients that are tailored to their needs.

* Contains only naturally occurring sugars

  • Ingredients

    What's in it?

  • Preparation

    How to use

  • Purchase

    Where to buy

Ingredients

What's in it?

Ingredients

What’s in Multigrain cereal?

Aptamil Multigrain cereal contains Pronutravi+™, our unique blend of GOS/FOS, vitamins A, C, D and iron.

GOS/FOS

We add a unique prebiotic blend of galacto- (GOS) and fructo- (FOS) oligosaccharides to all Aptamil milk cereals which are derived from chicory and lactose.

Iron

To support normal brain development.

Vitamins A, C and D

Vitamin D is important for healthy bones.

Allergy and nutritional advice

  • GOS/FOS
  • Vitamin A, C and D
  • Contains milk and soy
  • Contains gluten
  • No preservatives
  • No added salt of sugar*

* Contains only naturally occurring sugars and sodium.

Preparation

How to use

Preparation

How to prepare our baby rice

You’ll need a clean bowl and feeding spoon

Mix 1 spoonful of cereal with 2 spoonfuls of warm, previously boiled water and stir. If serving warm, check the temperature before serving.

As your baby grows, you can use a larger spoon to make a bigger serving.

If your baby prefers a smoother or thicker consistency, simply add or reduce the amount of water to suit them.

Make it your own Once your baby is happy with the taste and texture of Organic baby rice, you can start introducing gentle new tastes, such as puréed apple or pear, which you can easily mix in with the porridge.

Purchase

Where to buy

Purchase

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