Compare to Similac® Soy Isomil and Enfamil® ProSobe
Supports growth & development
Quantity: 22 ounces
Baby Formula Focus: Fussiness, gas
Base Ingredient: Soy
Features: Added prebiotics, soy-based
Dietary Needs: Gluten free, Kosher
State of Readiness: Mix
Store: Room temperature
Package Quantity: 1
Age Stage: Infant
Package type: Individual item multi-serving
Net weight: 22.0
Beverage container material: Metal
Item Number (DPCI): 007-09-0236
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For infants with fussiness and gas due to lactose sensitivity, look to Soy Infant Formula with Iron from up & up™. This lactose-free powder infant formula meets the nutritional needs of infants who prefer soy or have had soy recommended by their healthcare professional. It includes nutrients found in mother’s milk such as DHA and ARA which support baby’s brain and eye development. Plus, it's nutritionally comparable to Similac Soy Isomil and Enfamil ProSobee.
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I got this brand to try since it was cheaper then the Enfamil soy prosobee and Gerber Soy but my baby had over 5 poopy diapers a day and was way more gassy. I recommend paying the money for one of the more expensive brands over up and up
1 reply from the Product Manufacturer team - 9 months ago
Hi, Rachel, thank you for contacting us. We' re sorry to hear that there was an issue associated with the use of our product. Please contact us via 1-800-864-9719, reference case # 1114346, and we will obtain additional information about your child's experience. We take customer service concerns very seriously and are committed to providing our customers with high quality products.
My baby has a dairy allergy and can only have Soy Formula. I had previously been using Soy Enfamil & Soy Similac w/ Dr. Brown bottles. I wanted to try this brand because it’s a lot cheaper. It’s not as finely milled as the brand name formulas. It takes a little longer for it to blend when you shake it. I got through half way through the large size and my baby started spitting up with Up & Up. I stopped using it for that reason. My baby hardly spit up with Enfamil Soy & Similac Soy. We’ll pay the extra $ to go back to the name brand formula.
1 reply from the Product Manufacturer team - 10 months ago
Hi, thank you for contacting us. We' re sorry to hear that there was an issue associated with the use of our product. Please contact us at 1-800-864-9719 and reference case # 1094501 and we will address this issue immediately. We take customer service concerns very seriously and are committed to providing our customers with high quality products.
Yesssss. This is the first formula, after many attempts, that helped my baby’s tummy settle. As of 2/12/19 I noticed it out of stock online and at all stores within hours of me. Hoping and praying it is not discontinued!
This product was horrible for my baby. He got extremely constipated and the formula itself smelled horrible. When he did drink it, it made him vomit a few times. I tried this due to the savings but had i known it would make my baby this sick, I would've never bought it.
I tried many soy formulas with my twins, and I found that this one was the best. They were less gassy, spit up less, and the bottles were even easier to clean. I think this is because the target formula is a finer grain then the others. When you shake the bottle, you don't end up with clumps of formula stuck together.
With my first child I would only use a name brand formula. Now with my second that has completely changed. In the 6 weeks that my son has been here we have been through every formula from similac, enfamil, gerber, and others, he would be fine on the new one for a couple days and then we would be back to issues and almost worse than before(gas, constipation, diarrhea, projectile vomiting). We were facing having to get a specialty formula at $45 for a 14oz can! My jaw dropped, but as parents of course we were willing to do it but something nagged me from reading some reviews on this and I decided to give this a shot first we really had nothing to lose, this is the best thing I have ever done!!!! He has been on this for a week and been a completely different baby, it's very fine (better than the name brands and other generics) mixes perfectly, not clumps or anything! For the first time I actually stocked up on formula! Target also has great deals from the cartwheel app to if you buy so many cans you get a gift card. I did invest in the larger 36oz cans because it was only $4 more than this size. You really can't beat the price and clearly the name brands aren't always the best option. You really have nothing to lose.