- Add up to a solid nutrition for your baby’s complete development
- Develops baby’s growth and immune system
Read and read well.
Besides, it is more convinient to return if you kid does not like this formula
Be careful, many times some sellers over price a product, and still make the product rank in the best sellers.
Enfamil Premium Power 23.4 can – 6 pk
My Family’s #1 Formula
Regarding the bpa found in formula can liners, I talked to an Enfamil customer service representative who told me that Mead Johnson now uses cans that are lined with a “modified polyester” that is bpa free. Similac Advance Earlyshield comes in a bpa-free can also (the SimplePac container).
Another concern parents have is the cost of formula. Name brand formulas are expensive! But if you think about it, you are feeding a human being for about $15 a week (a can usually lasts us 1.5 to 2 weeks). $15 a week is peanuts compared to what a hungry teenager devours! And with name brand formulas you are getting the absolute best product available–Bill Gates couldn’t buy a better formula than what’s on the shelves at Target or Wal-mart.
If you are a new parent and feel overwhelmed by the infant formula section of your grocery store (as I was in September 2007), I suggest starting with the flagship formula of either Mead Johnson (Enfamil Premium Lipil), Abbott Laboratories (Similac Advance Earlyshield), or Nestle (Good Start Gentle Plus or Good Start Protect Plus). They are all excellent infant formulas. You just have to see what works for you and your baby.