- Contains Fish
- Contains Milk
- Contains Soya
- Breastmilk substitute
- For combination and bottle fed babies
Contains DHA (Omega-3)*
*As required by the legislation for all infant formula
**Cow & Gate First infant milk is a nutritionally complete breastmilk substitute, suitable as the sole source of nutrition from birth and as part of a weaning diet from 6 months to 12 months.
Contains DHA (Omega-3 LCPs) as required by the legislation for all infant formula.
Starting to chew? When they start their weaning journey, your little one’s needs will change. Cow & Gate Follow-on milk is enriched with key nutrients for your baby, as part of their varied, balanced weaning diet from 6 months.
Lactose (fromÂ Milk), Vegetable Oils (Palm Oil, Coconut Oil, Rapeseed Oil, High Oleic Sunflower Oil, Sunflower Oil), SkimmedÂ Milk, Demineralised Whey (fromÂ Milk), Galacto-Oligosaccharides (GOS) (fromÂ Milk), Whey Concentrate (fromÂ Milk), Fructo-Oligosaccharides (FOS), Calcium Phosphate,Â FishÂ Oil, Potassium Chloride, Oil from Mortierella Alpina, Sodium Citrate, Choline Chloride, Vitamin C, Magnesium Hydrogen Phosphate, Emulsifier (SoyÂ Lecithin), Inositol, Taurine, Potassium Citrate, Magnesium Chloride, Iron Sulphate, L-Carnitine, Zinc Sulphate, Vitamin E, Uridine 5′-Monophosphate Sodium Salt, Cytidine 5′-Monophosphate, Adenosine 5′-Monophosphate, Pantothenic Acid, Inosine 5′-Monophosphate Sodium Salt, Niacin, Guanosine 5′-Monophosphate Sodium Salt, Copper Sulphate, Vitamin A, Riboflavin, Thiamin, Vitamin B6, Potassium Iodide, Folic Acid, Sodium Selenite, Manganese Sulphate, Vitamin K1, Vitamin D3, Biotin, Vitamin B12
|per 100ml prepared feed|
|of which, saturates||1.5 g|
|of which, mono-unsaturates||1.3 g|
|of which, polyunsaturates||0.6 g|
|of which, LCPsâ€||0.038 g|
|– Arachidonic acid (AA)||0.017 g|
|– Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA)||0.017 g|
|of which, sugars||7.3 g|
|of which, lactose||7.0 g|
|of which, polyols||0.007 g|
|– Inositol||0.007 g|
|of which, GOSÂ°||0.48 g|
|of which, FOSâ™¢||0.08 g|
|of which, whey||0.8 g|
|of which, casein||0.5 g|
|Vitamin A||58 Âµg|
|Vitamin D3||1.65 Âµg|
|Vitamin E||1.2 mg TE|
|Vitamin K1||4.4 Âµg|
|Vitamin C||9.2 mg|
|Thiamin (B1)||0.06 mg|
|Riboflavin (B2)||0.14 mg|
|Niacin (B3)||0.43 mg|
|Vitamin B6||0.05 mg|
|Vitamin B12||0.09 Âµg|
|Pantothenic acid||0.53 mg|
|Fluoride||â‰¤ 0.006 mg|
|Non-caloric carbohydrate (GOSÂ°)||0.2 g|
|â€ Long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids|
Preparation and Usage
Feeding guide 0-12 months
Approx. age: Up to 2 weeks, Approx. weight: 3.5kg, 7 3/4lb, Preparation for single feeds: No. of level scoops per feed (1 scoop = 4.6g): 3, Quantity of water per feed: 90ml, 3fl.oz, Number of feeds per 24 hours: 6
Approx. age: 2-4 weeks, Approx. weight: 3.9kg, 8 1/2lb, Preparation for single feeds: No. of level scoops per feed (1 scoop = 4.6g): 4, Quantity of water per feed: 120ml, 4fl.oz, Number of feeds per 24 hours: 5
Approx. age: 4-8 weeks, Approx. weight: 4.7kg, 10 1/2lb, Preparation for single feeds: No. of level scoops per feed (1 scoop = 4.6g): 5, Quantity of water per feed: 150ml, 5fl.oz, Number of feeds per 24 hours: 5
Approx. age: 8-12 weeks, Approx. weight: 5.4kg, 12lb, Preparation for single feeds: No. of level scoops per feed (1 scoop = 4.6g): 6, Quantity of water per feed: 180ml, 6fl.oz, Number of feeds per 24 hours: 5
Approx. age: 3-4 months, Approx. weight: 6.2kg, 13 3/4lb, Preparation for single feeds: No. of level scoops per feed (1 scoop = 4.6g): 6, Quantity of water per feed: 180ml, 6fl.oz, Number of feeds per 24 hours: 5
Approx. age: 4-5 months, Approx. weight: 6.9kg, 15 1/4lb, Preparation for single feeds: No. of level scoops per feed (1 scoop = 4.6g): 7, Quantity of water per feed: 210ml, 7fl.oz, Number of feeds per 24 hours: 5
Approx. age: 5-6 months, Approx. weight: 7.6kg, 16 3/4lb, Preparation for single feeds: No. of level scoops per feed (1 scoop = 4.6g): 7, Quantity of water per feed: 210ml, 7fl.oz, Number of feeds per 24 hours: 5
Approx. age: 7-12 months, Approx. weight: – kg, – lb, Preparation for single feeds: No. of level scoops per feed (1 scoop = 4.6g): 7, Quantity of water per feed: 210ml, 7fl.oz, Number of feeds per 24 hours: 3
Assumes weaning at 6 months. Your baby may need more or less than the feeding guide above. This information is given as a guide only. Consult your healthcare professional if you require more advice.
Important: always use the scoop provided, please note the colour of the scoop in this pack may change from time to time.
How to use this pack
To open: remove tamper evidence strip and lift lid.
In the pack is a scoop and leveller to help you measure the correct amount of powder. Store your scoop in the lid between uses.
Click the lid securely shut to keep your powder fresh.
How to prepare your baby’s milk
Because powdered milks are not sterile, failure to follow instructions may make your baby ill.
1 Wash hands and sterilise all utensils according to manufacturer’s instructions.
2 Boil 1 litre of freshly run water. Leave kettle to cool for 30 minutes and no longer. Measure the required amount of water (refer to feeding guide) into a sterilised bottle. Be careful of scalding. Do not use artificially softened or repeatedly boiled water.
3 Using the scoop provided, level off the powder with the built-in leveller. Do not press/heap the powder.
4 Add the correct measure of powder to the water. Adding too many or too few scoops can be harmful. Place the sterilised teat and cap on the bottle and shake immediately, vertically and vigorously for at least 10 seconds, until the powder is dissolved.
5 Cool under running tap. Check temperature of feed. Feed immediately.
Important feeding advice
Make up each feed as required.
For hygiene reasons, do not store made-up feeds, discard unfinished feeds as soon as possible, and always within 2 hours.
Do not heat feeds in a microwave, hot spots may occur and cause scalding.
Never add extra scoops or anything else to your baby’s feed.
Never leave your baby alone during feeding.
Store powder in a cool, dry place. Do not refrigerate.
Use powder within 4 weeks of opening.
Breastfeeding is best for babies. Cow & Gate First infant milk should only be used on the advice of a doctor, midwife, health visitor, public health nurse, dietitian, pharmacist, or other professional responsible for maternal and child care.
When bottle feeding do not allow prolonged or frequent contact of milk feeds with your baby’s teeth as this increases the risk of tooth decay. Ask your healthcare professional or dentist for advice. Make sure your baby’s teeth are cleaned after the last feed at night.