Specially formulated for healthy children from 36 months onwards
Unique proprietary formula backed by relentlessly pioneering research and innovation in early childhood nutrition
Backed by 150 years of leading position in infant nutrition and its experience in research and development, Nestlé has launched NESTLÉ® NAN® INFINIPRO® 4 Children Milk Powder. Developed based on the best of Nestlé's research on metabolism, digestion and allergy prevention immunity. It contains an optimized protein blend that is unique in both quality and amount, and the precious 2HMOs (2'FL and LNnT)* that are approved by FDA and ESFA, probiotics- L. Reuteri and partially hydrolyzed 100% whey protein, which help building a strong foundation for the health of children.
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Plant-based Plastic Packaging
NESTLÉ® NAN® INFINIPRO® 4 Children Milk Powder is committed to contribute to the sustainable development of the earth, because we believe that our children’s health in the future will depend on the health of the earth.
On top of incorporating cans and aluminum foil in our packaging which is recyclable, NESTLÉ® NAN® INFINIPRO® 4 Children Milk Powder has shouldered its responsibility and proactively used TUV Austria+ approved plant-based plastics to produce can lids and spoons, in replacement of traditional fossil fuels and other non-recyclable packaging materials. Let’s take good care of the environment for our babies, lay a strong foundation for their future growth and realize endless possibilities!
*2'FL and LNnT (types of HMOs, not sourced from breastmilk) Per 100 mL of prepared formula contains 40.6 mg.
^Utilizes Nestlé research on metabolism, digestion and immunity.
+TUV Austria is a third-party certification organization that evaluates our plant-based plastic packaging according to various international standards, and provides certifications related to the bio-based content of our lids and spoons.
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Important Notice: Breastfeeding is best for babies. The World Health Organization (WHO) has recommended exclusive breast feeding for the first 6 months, along with the introduction of complementary foods as advised by healthcare professionals at around 6 months of age. Nestlé fully support mothers to continue breastfeeding up to 2 years or beyond. NESTLÉ® NAN® INFINIPRO® 4 Children Milk Powder is not a breast milk substitute, and is growing-up milk powder especially suited to healthy young children from 3 years old onwards.