Enfamil PREMIUM Infant Formula is complete nutrition tailored to meet the nutritional needs of infants through 12 months of age. Closer to breast milk than ever before, Enfamil PREMIUM Infant is shown to foster learning ability through the age of 5.
† Enfamil PREMIUM has 0.32% DHA, Similac Advance has 0.15% DHA
* The average worldwide levels in mature breast milk over the course of lactation of inositol: 22 mg/100 kcal; and DHA: 0.32% of total fatty acids
Contains: Milk, coconut, soy, sunflower
May Contain: Milk, tree nuts, soy
Serving Size: 4.0 ounces
Baby Formula Focus: Eye development, brain development, immune system support, growth support
Base Ingredient: Milk
Store: In a Dry location at Room temperature
Exterior Container: Plastic Box
Features: Does not contain shellfish
Dietary Needs: Gluten free
State of Readiness: Mix
Servings: 16.0, Approximate
Age Stage: Infant
package type: Multi-pack single servings
Capacity: Total Volume Prepared: 64.0 ounces
formula format: Powder stick
exterior container weight: .85 pounds
Target reserves the right to limit quantities per guest
Item Number (DPCI): 007-09-0032
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