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COGA10890 Cow & Gate

Follow On Milk For Babies 6 months+ Ready To Feed - 200ml

by Cow & Gate
£0.76£0.79
0.76
  • And because it’s easy to digest, it’s also gentle on your baby’s tummy.
  • Cow & Gate Complete Care Follow-on Milk provides more of the key nutrients needed to support your baby’s food diet from 6 months, including more iron to support their brain development and more vitamin D for healthy first teeth and bones
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Description

Product Description

    • More vitamin D for healthy first teeth and bones
    • Still just as gentle on your baby's tummy
    • More iron to support brain development

Ingredients

  • lactose
    skimmed milk powder
    vegetable oils
    calcium carbonate
    iron sulphate
    zinc sulphate
    sodium citrate
    vitamin C
    magnesium citrate
    taurine
    choline chloride
    manganese sulphate
    copper sulphate
    vitamin E
    potassium iodide
    vitamin A
    vitamin D
    nicotinamide (niacin)
    beta-carotene
    folic acid
    calcium pantothenate
    vitamin B12
    biotin
    thiamin
    vitamin B6
    vitamin K
    sodium selenite

More

  • Between 6 and 12 months your baby?s brain and body develop rapidly. These changes, along with the fact that at 6 months the natural iron stores they were born with will have begun to run low, mean that their nutritional needs change too. The extra vitamins and minerals needed to support this physical and mental growth spurt can be hard to get from food alone.

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  • Cow & Gate 2009
  • HCODE

    COGA10890

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