Love & Care Infant Milk-Based Powder Infant Formula with Iron, 12.5 Ounce (Pack of 6)

October 3, 2018 - Comment
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Love & Care Infant Formula milk-based powder with iron offers complete nutrition tailored for infants 0-12 months. Our milk-based formulas are Non-GMO, meaning they are produced using ingredients that have not been genetically engineered. They are also gluten free and Certified Kosher by the Orthodox Union–(U)D.

Product Features

  • Compare to the Nutrition of Enfamil Premium Infant Formula
  • Inspired by Breast Milk
  • Complete Nutrition Tailored for Infants
  • Dual Prebiotics, DHA Vitamins & Minerals
  • Non-GMO, Ingredients Not Genetically Engineered


Pamela V says:

Compares to Name Brands – Long Expiration Dates When Stored Unopened Love & Care infant powdered milk-based iron supplemented formula is a good substitute for name brand formulas like Enfamil and Similac. This case comes with 6 cans of 12.5 ounce powdered formula mix. Use one packed scoop (provided) to each 2 ounces of warm water. Shake and formula is ready. This formula powder dissolves easily in warm water.This formula has the same ingredients as name brand formula and will save you some money when purchased. Not all babies can tolerate milk…

Family7 says:

Baby seems to like it, but it didn’t work too well with his acid reflux I have 3 children and during the past few years we have tried many formulas out there. Currently, we have a 4 month old, and we figured to give this formula a try. Our infant seemed to take the formula straight away and without any issues. His stool seemed to be just fine. No gas. But his acid reflux had flared up slightly. I cannot really blame the formula for it, as our son does have slight acid reflux. Non gmo, and kosher. Very good formula overall, and does not smell.I hope this was…

L Robinson says:

It’s formula! I compared the nutritional info for this with Earths Best & Gerber Soothe formulas. The ingredients are mostly the same (except everything is listed as organic on Earths Best). There’s no significant difference in the nutrient profile between the 3 brands. I work in pediatrics, and formulas are just that- formulas. They’re all really about the same, so may as well save some money if you need to buy some. My babies have all done well on generic formula.

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