A: Hi, Our stage 1 milk is suitable for babies from birth through to 12 months old, meeting both EU and FDA infant feeding regulations. Although there is a Stage 2, The World Health Organisation encourages parents to continue to use Stage 1 given that it has a perfectly adequate amount of nutrients. Our Stage 2 formula differs in that it has slightly more iron to meet the higher iron demands of an infant once they turn 6 months old. Our little ones are expected to already be eating solids from the age of 6 months and these will naturally make up the difference between the two stages. So incorporating iron-rich food into baby’s diet - regardless of what type of formula or breastmilk they are on is something all infant nutritionists would advise.
A: yes it's for 0-12 months according to their website.
A: I asked our pediatrician, she reviewed and didn't recommend stage 1 for my son ( he is 6,5 months old ). Stage 1 for babies 0-6 months.
A: no, only for 1-6months
A: Now the Breeza website changed from 3 to 4 for Organic . I checked with Kendamil again and they still say 3. Doing the weight test, 3 seems much closer to hand scooping but it is very confusing!
A: In the meantime Kendamil changed their website to powder setting 4 for organic. I asked Kendamil directly again and they still say 3. This is so confusing!
A: I was confused by that as well. I emailed Kendamil directly and they said for Organic Stage 1 it is powder setting 3, not 4. Basically the Breeza website is correct on all settings.
A: On the baby Breeza website they state that powder setting 3 should be used, not 4 for the organic version of Kendamil. Could someone please clarify
A: Having looked into this for you we can confirm the following: Baby Brezza, Formula Pro Advance model: setting 4 Kendamil Organic Stage 1 We would also encourage you to reach out to the customer service team at Baby Brezza if you have any specific questions about it. I’m sure they would be happy to help! If you have any questions regarding our formula then our brilliant team of parents are available at firstname.lastname@example.org and will be happy to help too.
A: I use the medium temp water only button and hand mix it. It melts pretty well with a good stir. Cleaning out the brezza parts makes me lose too much powder($).
A: for a newborn, probably closer to 3 weeks, since they drink less. my 7 month old goes through one every 5-6 days. these cans are actually bigger than most other brands. so pricing is actually very fair
A: As every baby is different and we suggest following baby’s feeding cues, this will really depend on the feeding demands of your little one. As an example though, at a rate of 3 to 4 4oz bottles a day a can should last 11 days We wish you well on your continued feeding journey.
A: about 5/6 days - exclusively formula fed
A: Hi, the date of production and the best-before date are both printed on the bottom of each tin and there is typically 24 months between them. In terms of product quality, as long as the tin itself is intact and none of the seals has been compromised in any way, the formula within it will be good to use up until that best-before date. If you have any further questions or need more clarification then please reach out to the team at email@example.com
A: We bought some 10/1/22 and received it 10/5/22. The manufacture date was 7/18/22. So it was about 2.5 months old when we got it. We live in the western US (Utah). Can probably assume 18 month safely.
A: As you may know, Kendamil is a UK company and our instructions state that you should prepare each bottle with freshly boiled water, following the direction on the can, right before feeding. This is in line with the advice given by the UK National Health Service - regardless of the manufacturer or origin. We understand that this differs slightly from the advice given by the FDA and would therefore suggest checking with your paediatrician for further clarification if you have any concerns.
A: This formula is of excellent quality and you do NOT want to waste it by giving your infant any cold formula. The bottle warmers work very well and milk will consistently be creamy and taste great!
A: Alimentum gave my infant diarrhea from2-4 weeks old.Through trial & error, I was recommended Kendamil Goat, and this solved ALL our tummy issues, and I could not rave more about this miracle on earth!
A: Thank you for getting in touch with us, we’re sorry to hear that your little one is currently experiencing constipation. There are many different symptoms of cow’s milk protein allergy, including diarrhoea, constipation, eczema, hives, rash, reflux, vomiting, refusing to feed, runny nose, cough, and general symptoms such as tiredness and sleeping problems. So, although we know our baby milk inside and out, we are not medical professionals and it is therefore very important to consult with your child’s paediatrician if you suspect that he or she has a cow’s milk protein allergy (CMPA). We would not recommend using our Classic and Organic milk if this is the case since they are both made from whole cow's milk. However, if you think that your baby only has a possible milk allergy, we would recommend reaching out to your doctor first before switching milk. If you have any further questions or need any further assistance then please reach out to the team here at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to discuss this with you some more. We are always here to help!
A: Hi Miley, thank you for getting in touch. I'm happy to assure you that you do not need to have any concerns with regard to the safety or nutritional quality of this formula product. Solubility can vary across our products because it is, in specific circumstances, possible for insoluble particles to be formed during the production process. This generally happens with products made with whole milk as opposed to the skim and refined oils blend used by other brands. The main causes of this decreased solubility are variability in the natural raw materials like whole milk or processing conditions as we start and end particular batches. All samples however must pass laboratory assessment prior to being used in any finished products. These insoluble particles are fine protein fractions from the milk which may have been affected by the heating process during manufacture similar to when an egg white is heated. They are generally amorphous in texture so should not cause any teat blockage or discomfort whatsoever to your little one if consumed. I hope that this addresses your concern but should you have any further questions please reach out to our team of parents at email@example.com and they will be happy to help.
A: Hi Rizzy, and thanks for your question. Please note, we do not add fluoride – it is naturally-occuring in the whole milk we use. At present fluoride is <15 mcg/100ml across our range. This level is naturally occurring in milk but is constantly monitored by our quality department and reduced to an absolute minimum in our products, well below the requirements under legislation for infant milk. We hope this helps!
A: HI, As every baby is different and we suggest following your baby’s feeding cues, the number of bottles you can make from one tin will really depend on the feeding demands of your little one. As an example though, at a rate of 3 to 4 4oz bottles a day a can should last 11 days.