Goat Milk Toddler Milk Drink
Using high-quality ingredients, we create our Toddler Milk Drink with care to help support natural nutrition for your little one. Rich in natural goodness, Bluebell Goat Milk is made in New Zealand for families everywhere.
Bluebell Goat Milk Toddler Milk Drink is carefully crafted to give your baby balanced nutrition to support healthy growth and development.
- High quality ingredients
- Made in New Zealand from local and imported ingredients
- Created for toddlers aged 12+ months
- Supports normal healthy growth and development
Goat milk solids, lactose (purified from cow’s milk), vegetable oils, galacto-oligosaccharides (GOS), arachidonic acid powder (ARA), docosahexaenoic acid powder (DHA), fructo-oligosaccharides (FOS).
Vitamins: Vitamins (A, B1, B2, B3, B6, B12, C, D, E), folic acid.
Minerals: Calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, iron, zinc, iodine. Acidity regulator: Potassium hydroxide and/or citric acid.
Bluebell Goat Toddler Milk Drink is based on goat’s milk proteins.
|Serving size: Approximately 237 mL (1 serve)
Serves per can: 25
|Avg Qtyper serve||% Daily IntakePer Serve*||Avg Qty per100mL of Prepared Feed|
|Energy635 kJ||268 kJ|
|Fat, total 6.94 g||2.93 g|
|Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) 30.4 mg||12.9 mg|
|Arachidonic acid (ARA) 32.5 mg||13.7 mg|
|Carbohydrate 16.7 g||7.04 g|
|Dietary fibre, total 0.97 g||0.41 g|
|Galacto-oligosaccharides (GOS) 0.87 g||0.37 g|
|Fructo-oligosaccharides (FOS) 0.10 g||0.04 g|
|Sodium 36.2 mg||15.3 mg|
|Vitamin A 71.7 μg RE||24%||30.3 μg RE|
|Vitamin D 1.60 μg||32%||0.67 μg|
|Vitamin E 2.49 mg α-TE||50%||1.05 mg α-TE|
|Vitamin B1 249 μg||50%||105 μg|
|Vitamin B2 400 μg||50%||169 μg|
|Vitamin B6 272 μg||39%||115 μg|
|Vitamin B12 0.50 μg||50%||0.21 μg|
|Niacin (vitamin B3) 2.49 mg||50%||1.05 mg|
|Folic acid 22.8 μg||23%||9.62 μg|
|Vitamin C 15 mg||50%||6.33 mg|
|Magnesium 23.2 mg||29%||9.82 mg|
|Iron 2.75 mg||46%||1.16 mg|
|Zinc 1.06 mg||24%||0.45 mg|
|Calcium 269 mg||38%||114 mg|
|Phosphorus 173 mg||35%||73.0 mg|
|Iodine 27.0 μg||39%||11.4 μg|
Feeding guide – to prepare one feed
|Number of Serves
|12 – 36months||210||7||2-3|
- Each level scoop contains approximately 4.6g of formula powder.
- Each 100mL feed contains approximately 13.6g of powder.
- Use the dedicated scoop only for preparing the feed.
Consume immediately after preparation. Formula left in the bottle after a feed must be discarded. Each bottle
should be prepared individually.
The follow-on formula should not be used for infants aged under 6 months.
Storage: Store in a cool and dry place. Always replace lid tightly after opening. Consume
within one month after opening. Unopened product should be consumed before best before date shown on the
package. Best before date and lot number are on container bottom.
WARNING: FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS EXACTLY. PREPARE BOTTLES AND TEATS AS DIRECTED.
DO NOT CHANGE PROPORTIONS OF POWDER EXCEPT ON MEDICAL ADVICE. INCORRECT PREPARATION CAN MAKE YOUR BABY VERY
ILL. MADE ON THE SAME PRODUCTION LINE AS PRODUCTS CONTAINING SOY INGREDIENT.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: BREAST MILK IS BEST FOR BABIES. BEFORE YOU DECIDE TO USE
THIS PRODUCT, CONSULT YOUR DOCTOR OR HEALTH WORKER FOR ADVICE.
Benefits of goat milk
Studies have shown that goat milk is a naturally nutritious option for babies and young children [1, 2], and that the make-up of goat’s milk is closer to human breast milk than cow’s milk [3, 4]. Research also suggests that goat milk is easier to digest .
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- Turkmen N. Nutrients in Dairy and their Implications on Health and Disease, 2017, Pages 441–449, Chapter 35 – The Nutritional Value and Health Benefits of Goat Milk Components.
- Ohiokpehai, O. (2003).
- Martinez-Fereza A, et al. Goats’ milk as a natural source of lactose-derived oligosaccharides: Isolation by membrane technology. International Dairy Journal, Volume 16, Issue 2, February 2006, Pages 173-181.
- Oliveiraab D.L, Wilbeya R.A., et al. Separation of oligosaccharides from caprine milk whey, prior to prebiotic evaluation. International Dairy Journal, Volume 24, Issue 2, June 2012, Pages 102-106.