Earth’s Best Organic, Sensitivity Infant Formula with Iron, 23.2 Ounce

Earth’s Best Organic Infant Formulas with DHA & ARA are made with high quality protein, carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals and essential fatty acids including Omega-3 DHA and Omega-6 ARA fatty acids— special nutrients found in breast milk clinically shown to be critical to baby’s mental and visual development. These easy-to-digest organic infant formulas with iron meet all FDA requirements for infant nutrition with the added benefit of being organic. Earth’s Best Organic Infant Formulas with DHA & ARA are specially blended without the use of growth hormones, steroids, antibiotics, dangerous pesticides or synthetic fertilizers. Nutritionally complete, they provide the essential nutrients required by the FDA for infant feeding for babies during the first 12 months of life. Earth’s Best Organic infant cereal and jarred foods are available in more than 60 varieties, along with infant juices and teething biscuits, to satisfy the taste and texture preferences of babies four months and up. Additionally, though breast milk is the first choice for an infant’s growth and development, Earth’s Best Organic provides organic infant formulas that contain essential nutrients babies require.

Quick facts

  • For baby’s first 12 months
  • DHA & ARA: naturally found in breast milk for baby’s brain and eye development
  • Low lactose, easy-to-digest, Whey dominant formula with a blend of carbohydrates that is gentle on babies’ tummies
  • No artificial flavors, colors, preservatives, GEI, growth hormones, antibiotics, steroids or potentially harmful pesticides/herbicides
  • Kosher and USDA Organic certified
  • For baby’s first 12 months
  • DHA & ARA: naturally found in breast milk for baby’s brain and eye development
  • Low lactose, easy-to-digest, Whey dominant formula with a blend of carbohydrates that is gentle on babies’ tummies
  • No artificial flavors, colors, preservatives, GEI, growth hormones, antibiotics, steroids or potentially harmful pesticides/herbicides
  • Kosher and USDA Organic certified

Top reviews

Toxic Hexane in Formula???

To be honest, I have never written a review, not matter how good or bad a product I received was. I never had the time and never bothered. Today, I write my very first review of a product that I have been feeding my precious son since birth. He is now 2 years 4 months. I could never breastfeed him exclusively due to bone density loss and I did massive amounts of research and tried out tons of different brands before deciding on this organic formula from Earth’s Best and since then, even though he is now a toddler, I still use the Earth’s Best infant formula and supplement with other child vitamins.

I was trying to re-order again in bulk from Amazon when I noticed for the first time the controversy over DHA/ARA extraction by the use of toxic hexane of which Hain Celestial which manufactures Earth’s Best is guilty of. To understand my utter complete fury, you must know that I live in Singapore and I quite literally pay international shipping for every can of this formula (and wade through customs declarations, tests and tax levies) to bring this milk to my son. In Singapore, this can of milk is also available but in highly limited quantities and even more princely prices (yes, even after the tax, customs and shipping, it still costs less than US$68 which is the going price per can here). Calls to Hain Celestial customer service drove me further up the wall when first, a lady said the hexane was only in trace amounts and less than what the FDA approved. Then, reaching another lady an hour later, the story was different. She said that the hexane solvent method was the only method approved by the FDA to extract the DHA/ARA from non-toxic algae and soil fungus. A third occasion and Hain’s customer service informed me that there should be no hexane detected in the product but on further probing admitted that she was not aware if the formula had undergone independent third party tests.

To me, this is crazy. The formula was marketed as a pure organic product and we pay premium prices (especially me!) for a premium product. To find that that they have taken such short cuts is completely unacceptable and the worst thing is that, it turns out that most of the other organic formula companies do this exact irresponsible thing and keep quiet about it. The only company that does not is Baby’s Only – it uses a water based process to extract their DHA/ARA from eggs(compare this to Hain’s claim that the hexane method is the only one approved by FDA and one wonders why Baby’s Only hasn’t been hauled up by the FDA yet). My son is going on that pronto once I can get a shipment to Singapore. Unfortunately, Baby’s Only is not available in Singapore (not even at princely prices) and my son is going to have to continue ingesting his Earth’s Best formula in the interim.

ElizabetHughesville, MO

Even the best formula is still imitation

It’s good that there is an organic infant formula available.
Keep in mind that ALL formula is imitation human milk. The very best is human milk, so if breastfeeding is not contraindicated for a unique situation, that’s the very BEST!
KenEast Freetown, MA

This product now contains syrup solids

This product’s ingredient profile on the Earth’s Best website does not list “Syrup Solids”; however, buyers should be aware that the formula has recently changed to now include this ingredient. Their website has not yet been updated to reflect this (as of 7/18/2010).

I spoke with their consumer relations department and asked them to update their website since the misinformation is misleading to consumers. The change in ingredient profile to include syrup solids is disappointing. I am now researching other formulas.

KeturahOrono, ME

High levels of Arsenic

There are high levels of Arsenic in this formula from the organic brown rice they use. My pediatrician told me to stop using it because it has high levels of arsenic in it which is a poison! This happens because the organic brown rice used to make the formula soaks up the arsenic from the soil when it’s growing and then when they use it, it contaminates the milk. I’m not sure how Earths Best will fix this issue but until they fix it, I am not using this formula.
LoryMaury, NC

it does not retail at $41 a can – even at its manufacturer

This is a wonderful formula.
However, it is misleading to list this product at a higher price and appear as if Amazon carries it at a reduced price. It is priced at [..] at Whole Foods, same size. It is also available for online order at Earth’s Best (the manufacturer) on their online store’s website at [..].
The only place you are saving is to order more than one by monthly subscription through Amazon.
DelindaIsom, KY

Hexane in organic formula!

I am very mad at myself for not doing better research before selecting formula once my breast milk supply dwindled. Do your own search! The Obama Admin has said that organic formula should no longer be allowed to be marketed if it contains dha/ara made with hexane. Organic foods for adults are not allowed to be labeled as organic if they are made with hexane. There are several articles out there discussing possible side effects including autism and ADHD from hexane. I am switching to Baby’s Only which is the only organic formula that contains Dha/ara not manufactured using hexane. It says it is a toddler formula which is why I didn’t consider using it to begin with. Do your own research, supposedly they market it that way to support breastfeeding exclusively for the first year. It meets. The infant Formula requirements. I am hoping to return the box of Earth’s Best hexane formula I paid so much for thinking I was doing something good for my son. Red the review here that copies the response from Baby’s Only about it being suitable for infants Babys Only Organic Dairy Formula Case (6 cans).
AngelaKuna, ID

Boycott palm oil.

I recommend boycotting all products containing palm oil. This is not a healthy oil. Also, palm plantations are responsible for the destruction of orangutan habitats. Yes, even organic palm oil contributes to this. The most important thing you can do to help protect orangutans from extinction is to boycott all products which contain palm oil.
SebrinaWyandotte, OK

We thought we were doing our best

My wife and I thought we were doing our baby a favor by going organic. We switched from Similac to this formula and it’s hard to say if the issues we had were because of this formula….after a 10 day half and half schedule we noticed less pooping and violent screaming after eating. Since this is our first two kids (twins) we can’t say if it’s the formula but something didn’t seem right. Then a friend emailed about the controversy of the synthetic additives in this formula…do your own research, but we have since switched to Baby’s Only (too early to tell if it’s cured the issues) and we feel better we have steered clear of the fact we might be doing more harm than good. So frustrating! Here is some info to help in your research.

Seems are some issues with DHA/ ARA additives.
EB’s Ingredient List below… have you looked at Baby’s Only?

Earth’s Best: Earth’s Best <[…]> is the leading organic baby food manufacturer. The company is owned by Horizon (which is owned by Dean Foods ) and offers both dairy and soy based organic infant formulas. Earth’s Best uses organic lactose from cows, so if you are concerned about your baby having problems with lactose intolerance, this formula might not be the best option.

Baby’s Only: Baby’s Only from Nature’s One <[…]> comes as both dairy, lactose free, and soy organic formulas. Baby’s Only uses brown rice syrup, a higher quality and more complex carbohydrate, when compared to lactose. It’s also less likely to cause an blood sugar spikes or problems with food allergies.

Earth’s Best – Organic Infant Formula with DHA & ARA – Ingredients
Organic Reduced Minerals Whey, Organic Vegetable Oils (Palm Or Palm Olein, High Oleic (Safflower Or Sunflower),Coconut, Soy), Organic Nonfat Milk, Organic Lactose, And Less Than 1%: Crypthecodinium Cohnii Oil (Docosahexaenoic Acid), Mortierella Alpina Oil (Arachidonic Acid), Soy Lecithin, Minerals: (Calcium Chloride, Calcium Hydroxide, Cupric Sulfate, Ferrous Sulfate, Manganese Sulfate, Potassium Bicarbonate, Potassium Chloride, Potassium Hydroxide, Potassium Iodide, Sodium Citrate, Sodium Selenite, Zinc Sulfate), Taurine, Vitamins: Ascorbic Acid, Ascorbyl Palmitate, Beta-Carotene, Biotin, Calcium Pantothenate, Choline Chloride, Cyanocobalamin, Folic Acid, Inositol, Mixed Tocopherol Concentrate, Niacinamide, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Riboflavin, Thiamin Hydrochloride, Vitamin A Palmitate, Vitamin D (Cholecalciferol), Vitamin E (Dl-Alpha Tocopheryl Acetate), Vitamin K (Phytonadione), Nucleotides: Adenosine-5′-Monophosphate, Cytidine-5′-Monophosphate, Disodium Guanosine-5′-Monophosphate, Disodium Inosine-5′-Monophosphate, Disodium Uridine-5′-Monophosphate.

Baby’s Only Lactose free – Ingredients
Organic Brown Rice Syrup, Organic Milk Protein Concentrate, Organic High Oleic Sunflower Oil, Organic Soybean Oil, Organic Coconut Oil, Monopotassium Phosphate, Calcium Phosphate, Potassium Citrate, Organic Soy Lecithin, Organic Vanilla, Dimagnesium Phosphate, Sodium Chloride, Calcium Ascorbate (Vit. C), Calcium Citrate, Choline Bitartrate, Taurine, Ferrous Sulfate, Inositol, Natural Vitamin E Acetate, Zinc Sulfate, Niacinamide, Vitamin A Palmitate, Calcium Pantothenate, Thiamin Hydrochloride (Vit. B1), Copper Sulfate, Riboflavin (Vit. B2), Pyridoxine Hydrochloride (Vit. B6), Folic Acid, Phylloquinone (Vit. K1), Potassium Iodide, Sodium Selenate, Biotin, Vitamin D3, Cyanocobalamin (Vit. B12).
Pediatric Health News
BPA & Melamine is Undetected in Nature,s One® Products
Infant Formula
USDA Cracks Down on Synthetic DHA Fatty Acids in Organic Milk <[…]is moving to eliminate two synthetic additives widely found in organic baby formula and organic milk..

DHA and ARA Risk for Infants Report <[…] – details research questioning the alleged benefits of adding novel omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, produced in laboratories and extracted from algae and fungus, into infant formulas. The report presents disturbing research indicating that the new additives placed in infant formula are seriously endangering the health of some formula-fed newborns and toddlers.

Mercury in Corn Syrup […]
Baby,s Only Organic® & PediaSmart® do NOT Contain Corn Syrup.

Parenting.com – Ask Dr. Sears […] – should infants receive vitamin supplements? Well, that depends. This article by Doctor Sears reviews what may or may not be necessary for a breast fed infant or a formula fed infant.

Are There Health Implications for Soy Infant Formula […] – recent research from the University of Arkansas supports findings that soy formulas support normal growth and may have bone health benefits

what i dont get is how Earths Best still has this in its formula – it was banned in April by gov..and side effects have been documented since 4/09

Also learned that USDA Organic – means minimum 95 % organic ingredients – not 100%

from […]

Over the past few years, infant formula manufacturers have raised their prices after adding Martek oils to their products. With the exception of some prescription formulas, available with approval from pediatricians, only one over-the-counter formula is available without synthetic DHA/ARA, Baby,s Only, an organic product manufactured by Nature,s One in Columbus, Ohio.

After today,s official announcement by the USDA, all other organic formula manufacturers will need to remove Martek,s oils from their products, Cornucopia,s Vallaeys stated.

In the meantime, The Cornucopia Institute also has filed petitions with the FDA requesting that their Generally Recognized as Safe (GRAS) designation for the Martek oils be revoked.

When Martek,s additives were originally granted GRAS status, it was with extreme reservations on the part of the FDA review panel because of adverse reactions to these oils said Valleys. When we reviewed FOIA documents, we were astonished to find that none of the infant formula manufacturers had complied with the FDA,s request to monitor adverse reactions and perform post-market surveillance of these materials.

The manufacturing process for Martek,s oils likely includes genetically engineered organisms and neurotoxic synthetic solvents, which are both explicitly banned in organic production. According documents submitted by Martek to the FDA, the process to make their oils includes growing algae and fungus in a medium that is made primarily of dextrose derived from corn, yeast extract or a hydrolyzed vegetable protein, which is usually derived from soybeans. Given that the vast majority of corn and soybean products in the food supply are produced through genetic engineering, the likelihood that Martek,s DHA and ARA oils are grown in a medium of genetically engineered organisms is almost certain. The use of genetic engineering is, of course, strictly prohibited in organics.

UPDATE – Ok we are 10 days in and our twins are much much happier. We did 3 days of half and half and decided to fully switch to Baby’s Only. The intense screaming after eating has stopped and now both our girls are more regular. They go once every one to two days vs every 5 to 6. Much less fussy and happier overall. Was it the formula change or just a stage they went through? Maybe a little bit of both, but there is no doubt I’d never use Earth’s Best again….nothing worse than seeing both your daughters screaming after eating especially when you thought you were buying something good for them….they need to remove that crap from this product.

WilberGranville, OH

did not work for us waste of money

i thought organic formula is the best what you can give
you child(except breastmilk) but it did not work for us…
my daughter was constipating and screaming all day after
trying this product,so we switched back to Enfamil.
Do not waste your money
PorfirioMaple Lake, MN

Changed the formula-added sugar

We fed our son only Earth’s Best formula from the day he was born. We have used this product for 7 months. My last purchase I looked on the ingredient list and to my surprise the formula had changed. It now has “organic glucose syrup solids”…added sugar. Why change a great product by adding sugar? I now will be changing to another product and possibly no longer use organic because I feel the added sugar is more harmful. Thank you Earth’s Best for 7 months of a good product. Now the doctors thank you for adding to the obesity epidemic and the increase in type 2 diabetics in the US. You have lost a customer.
BethanieCape Canaveral, FL

DO NOT ues this formula, use Baby’s Only

Please do the research before choosing a formula. When my daughter was first born I used Earth’s Best. Not being able to breastfeed I wanted to ensure she was getting the best formula possible. Imagine my surprise and horror after discovering the methods they use to extract this supposed healthy DHA and ARA. Hexane is highly toxic. It’s a gimmick used to move product. Once I switched I knew I made the right choice, and my daughter did much better with this on top of it.
AngeleWharton, WV

worst customer service

This company also sells the Spectrum brand and several other brands has the worst customer service. We were not happy with this baby formula and they were not willing to return the product. Also the woman at customer service was just simply not nice on the phone.
GeriHamilton, VA

Spiders

I found 2 spiders in my babies formula and was disgusted so I had to write this review. Now I am stuck with three giant cans of this formula and am not going to chance my babies health by trying it again.
CharlesettaFairview, TN

really bad!

the taste is bad, my baby reject to eat that item!!!!! hope ppl do not buy this one anymore. i throw that item away…even the dog do not eat it
SorayaDue West, SC

Love it!

Our baby has been on this formula and breast milk for a few months now. She doesn’t have much gas from it. It does take some vigorous shaking to totally dissolve the formula. I let it settle a bit prior to giving it to her so that there are less bubbles in the formula which in turn is less air in her belly. I love the larger can, more bang for your buck and am hoping that Amazon puts this on Subscribe and Save soon. I purchased it for 86…it was in the Friday sale section one week. So look there a couple of weeks if you are not in a hurry to get.

4/14/11 It is cheaper to get get the smaller can on subscribe and save rather than this one!
25.75oz can with subscribe & save is 0.772/ounce (4 can pack) at 79.57/case (on subscribe and save)
31.75oz can is 0.858/ounce (4 can pack) at 109/case

TommieLindenwood, IL

different formula

They changed the formula last summer and kept the brand and package unchanged. I bought two cans from different places and noticed the ingredients list are different. I called their customer service and was told the formula has been changed. My baby loves the old formula which doesn’t smell much different from breast milk. The new formula smells much stronger, and he doesn’t like it. But I do know other babies who like the new formula. I guess you will have to let your baby to try it first to know whether he likes it or not.
EthylGlen Burnie, MD

Product great, shipping problems

The formula is great. Our babies like it, it’s organic, and the can isn’t lined with plastic, so there’s less chance of it containing BPA. Now, although the product is great, we’ve had problems with Amazon shipping it to us. They put 8 cans in an oversize box without enough padding so they were moving around and banging into each other. Of the 8 cans, 6 were dented. Of the 6 dented cans 3 had opened, exposing the formula to air and spilling some out. We’ve ordered this from another online retailer before and the packaging was great. Four cans to a box and 2 boxes to a larger shipping box. Amazon is a bit cheaper and they have the subscription service which makes it convenient, but that’s only if you don’t have to deal with several cans in each shipment being unusable. If they can improve the shipping, we highly recommend this product, especially the subscription service.
SuzieImmaculata, PA

daughter loves it but shipping took forever

we just switched to this formula for our ten month old daughter from goats milk that was causing severe constipation, and she loves it. it is easy to mix up and doesn’t have the repulsive smell that some formulas have. my only complaint is with amazon and how long the shipping took.
EtheleneChesapeake, VA

Formula is fine, but I’m not so sure I’d call it “Earth’s Best”…

… in fact it might just be the exact same formula as your closest local/national grocery store brand but with the added bonus of costing about 30% more. We had recently been using this formula until we ran out and I had to make an emergency run to the local grocery store for a quick replacement. The closest thing they had was their organic store brand. Funny thing is, when I got home to compare the two I noticed the ingredients are EXACTLY the same as well as some of the machine writing on the bottom of the cans where you can find the sell by date. From what I can gather after doing a bit of research the formula ingredients used to be different but have recently changed without letting customers know. Virtually all store brand organic formulas come from one manufacturing plant whether you buy it at store X or Y and it seems that Earth’s Best is now being produced in this same facility but charging a premium price. I suggest checking this out for yourself, you might be able to save some money.
AlleneNew Florence, MO

Positive Reviewers Are Too Easily Impressed

The only positive thing I have to say about this formula is that it has Organic Milk in it, and that’s pretty sad because that part is a given. Here are the negatives:

– Dissolves horribly. I have to prepare bottles ahead of time, refrigerate them, then warm them to use it. My baby would take a bottle at room temperature, but if I did that there would be clumps of formula left behind.
– Has corn syrup in it (listed as Organic Glucose Syrup Solids). Ok, so it isn’t GMO corn syrup, but who cares? There is no reason to include this except to save money. It is a cheaper carbohydrate source than lactose, so they can use less lactose (lactose being something that actually has nutrional value).
-Has Palm Olein Oil in it. Again, it is organic, but so what? Another cheap ingredient (this time a fat source). Palm Olein oil has been shown to block absorption of calcium in the body. Oh good, because the first year of life isn’t a crucial time for bone development or anything. Even Similac won’t use it. Here is a link to study by the American Acadamy of Pediatrics from 2002(!) showing infants fed formula with palm olein oil had lower bone density than those without, and yet Hain doesn’t care enough to stop using it: http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/111/5/1017
-Has Martec DHA/AHA in it. This is a genetically modified product and the fact that it has been allowed in organic food is just an example of how powerful lobbyists are. If they have to use chemical neurotoxins to get the DHA/AHA, I’d rather just do without, thanks. I know of no studies that show the level of DHA/AHA in baby formulas do anything positive for a baby’s brain development. There have also been reports of babies experiencing stomach upset from DHA/AHA in formulas. It is hard to get this feedback though since almost every formula has Martec’s DHA/AHA in them now.
-It smells like death and when my baby burps in my face I gag a little.

I never planned on even trying this formula, but Baby’s Only constipated my baby like no tomorrow. Even with the arsenic ridiculousness, I’d still use Baby’s Only if the Brown Rice Syrup didn’t make him scream every time he had a bowel movement. And Similac Organic has no lactose and is filled with table sugar. Organic formula options in this country are horrible. (I am unable to exclusively breastfeed due to medication)

AllysonFollansbee, WV

One pro, lots of cons…

I have to say that I really wanted this formula to work for our son. My husband and I are big whole foods, organic people, and wanted that for our son as well when my milk supply never grew to be sufficient for him. This was clearly imperfect (only breast milk is perfect), but it was organic, and I didn’t want my baby consuming chemicals.

Everything worked out fine for about 4 weeks. Our son would spit up to some extent after almost every feeding, but we attributed it to HIM having some issues, not the formula. As he started to better “communicate” with us, we realized that he would cry nonstop during his feedings, which didn’t seem normal. He would continue to suck, but would sob through his eating. It was heartbreaking. We burped him incessantly, thinking it may be gas, but it wasn’t. He wouldn’t sleep because he was so fussy, and nothing would calm him. He had a dirty diaper only once a day (sometimes even less), and they would often be harder than we would have expected.

After doing extensive research, we started our little one on Gerber Good Start Protect. It contains only whey protein and not casein, which is known to create curds in baby’s tummy (in ANYONE’S tummy, really). It also has probiotics (like breast milk). When we gave him his first bottle of the new stuff, he saw the bottle and started to pout, and once he started drinking, you could almost SEE the relief on his face. He did not fuss at all through his feedings, and he was instantly happier and calmer. My smiling, beautiful boy was back! After almost 9 days of naps of an hour or less, he got back to his regular 2-3 hour naps and better sleeping at night.

While I want my son to have the most wholesome ingredients possible, I believe sometimes the way those ingredients are mixed can be a negative, and I think that may be the case with this formula. We’ll continue with our Gerber Good Start, and as much breast milk as possible.

HarveyBrooklandville, MD

Formula has changed for worse

This formula along with a whole bunch of other “Organic” formulas are made by PBM […]
They recently changed their formulation, and have not changed the packaging, so you must watch your cans carefully for the ingredients change. My baby knew the formula was different and refused the new cans, got really gassy too.
I’ve called PBM Organics twice, first time they denied the change of formula. Second time they admitted it.

The cans do not say anything like new formula or give you any indication of this. Whey is no longer the first ingredient, and Corn syrup solids is very high on the list.

Very shady practices by PBM. Beware.

AdelleAndover, NY

I found some foreign object

I don’t write a review but I think I have to as a parent. I found some grey stuff (0.2cm) when I opened the can. I’ll never recommned this product to anybody again.
JereMadison, FL

Not Earth’s Best

My baby does best on regular Similac. Even 2 oz of Earth Best (milk based) formula 1-2 times a day make him spit up a lot (almost womit), and caused him constipation. Also cried after eating the formula. Next day after introducing the formula, he was refusing to eat it.
NicoletteExmore, VA

Rip Off

I ordered this on Amazon once before and they are ripping you off. You can get 4 can’s (20% more size) at Whole Foods for $29.99 a can and if you buy 4 you get a 10% discount. That’s only $112 dollars. You do the math. Oh…for my review…the formula is awesome.
BradNesbit, MS

3 of 5 cans of formula arrived ruined

Three out of five cans of formula arrived at my home completely dented and leaking powdered formula. The packaging was completely inadequate. Whom ever did the packaging only stuck one sheet of broken bubble wrap and there is no way that they could have believed that it would have worked. Now i have to figure out the return process.
FelicaDeposit, NY

My child doesn’t like the taste.

My child is 2mts old; she is breastfeed and we use some formula (Similac Sensitive and Enfamil Infant). We tried this product today and she hated it! I’ve never seen her so unhappy! I tried it (I wanted to check why she didn’t like it) and is just not and sweet as formula or human milk.
I gave this product one star although I understand that it is only my child opinion, and in general this product is probably really good.
LorraineNahant, MA

Includes corn syrup

I decided to switch to ‘Baby’s only’ after discovering that Earth’s Best formula includes corn syrup (organic glucose). I don’t want my baby to drink corn syrup… I’m quite disappointed with the brand.
MiraAdrian, IL

Very disappointed…

I am very disappointed in this formula. It doesn’t mix well at all. When I mix it, I can’t get all the lumps out.
WoodrowWrightsville, AR

Organic with Hexane and corn syrup?

Earth’s Best is what I fed my baby after breastfeeding. I am a label reader and noticed they are sneaking ‘organic glucose’ into the formula. I don’t care if the glucose is organic or not – it’s CORN SYRUP! Addictive, cheap, non-nutritious corn syrup. The fourth ingredient, no less. In addition, the DHA/ARA is derived from a process that involves Hexane – a possible neurotoxin. Earth’s Best claims that testing shows no traces of Hexane in the formula but that is not good enough for me or my baby. Why bother adding an ingredient that requires a process that uses poison when there are other alternatives? Not a good call, Earth’s Best ‘organic’. I am switching to Organic ‘Baby’s Only’ formula.
PercyLosantville, IN