What is Combiotic Formula Milk?

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“Combiotic” is a trademarked name of HiPP. Parents are curious about the HiPP labeling of “Combiotic” formula milk.  This term was actually created by HiPP laboratories, (a wonderful NCBI article explains in detail the creation of HiPP’s Combiotic line of formulations) and is a phrase which defines the synergy between the prebiotics and the probiotics of the formula. Certain HiPP formulas contain the L. Fermentum probiotic (Lactobacillus).  This friendly bacteria … Read More →

A New Video from HiPP!

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HiPP is a special company. Family-run, with the highest standards of organic operation, this company takes a particular interest in not only providing healthy foods to infants and children, but in the protection of our environment for their futures. Watch their new video to get a glimpse of their farm! Share PostTwitterFacebookGoogle +1Email

Baby Brezza for European Formulas

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Many parents are turning to Baby Brezza and other formula mixers for feeding their infants.  Since we have received several inquires about the setting values for HiPP on a Baby Brezza machine, we are providing you with a link to the full Baby Brezza European setting guide.   Aptamil, HiPP, Milupa, and many other are included. BABY BREZZA EU SETTING GUIDE Share PostTwitterFacebookGoogle +1Email

Lost Your HiPP Scoop?

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Have you lost the little scoop that comes with your formula?  Here are the actual measurements for how much formula each scoop contains.  Please note that these measurements equate to the UK line of HiPP Infant milk products: HiPP First Infant: 4.3g per level scoop HiPP Hungry Infant: 4.5g per level scoop Follow On Milk: 4.7g per scoop HiPP Growing Up Milk: 4.6g per scoop Parents have asked how to approximate this … Read More →

A Brief History of Milk

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The HiPP line of products adapts cow’s milk to create an infant formula to be as close to breastmilk as possible in nutritional vitamineral values and protein, fat and carbohydrate ratios.  Actual cow’s milk is not recommended for babies under 12 months, as it differs from human breast milk in several important ways.  Cow’s milk has more protein, sodium, and potassium than is good for babies, and it lacks the … Read More →

Frequent Questions about HiPP

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Do you have a question about HiPP Organic milks? We may have already answered your question!  There are MANY comments below, so please use “Ctr+F” to search the page for your keyword(s). If your question has not been answered, please know that we received a large volume of inquires each day and depending on your question it may take considerable time for your response. The content on this site is for … Read More →