Milked and made in New Zealand, packaged and shipped in the United States

Natural Goat Milk Toddler Drink Bundle 6 x 28oz Tins

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LittleOak Natural Goat Milk Toddler Drink is designed to meet the dietary needs of growing little ones. Boosted with 16 essential vitamins and minerals, it is made with fresh whole goat milk straight from our dairy in New Zealand.

Starting with fresh milk means less processing, and more natural goodness to nourish little ones. Naturally A2 and with less lactose than cow milk, LittleOak is easier to digest and gentler on little tummies.  We are certified 100% palm oil free, with no canola oil, maltodextrin, soya or GMO’s.

Providing support to and made from only the highest quality ingredients. Putting your mind at ease, naturally.

Milked and made in New Zealand, packaged and shipped in the United States.

Feeding Guide

1 scoop= 2 fl oz powder.
Add 1 level scoop of powder for every 50ml water.

LittleOak Toddler Drink is a Formulated Supplementary Food for young children. It has been specially designed to help meet the dietary needs of active growing toddlers in situations where their dietary intake may not be adequate. Prepare LittleOak Toddler
Drink as directed and consume in addition to a healthy diet.

Nutritional Benefits

Full Cream Goat Milk Solids [40%], Lactose, Sunflower Oil, High Oleic Sunflower Oil, Galacto-oligosaccharides, Coconut Oil, Algal Oil, Flaxseed Oil, Calcium Citrate, Tricalcium Phosphate, Magnesium Sulfate, Ascorbic Acid, Ferrous Lactate, Alpha-Tocopherol Acetate, Zinc Sulfate, Niacinamide, Cholecalciferol, Vitamin A Acetate, Cyanocobalamin, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Potassium Iodide, Thiamine Hydrochloride, Riboflavin, Folic Acid.

Allergens: Contains Milk
Made using Goat Milk Protein
Algal Oil is a source of Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA)

1. Wash hands before preparing your LittleOak Toddler
Drink. Rinse and wash the cup and all utensils thoroughly.

2. Using the enclosed scoop and built-in leveler,
add 2 level scoops of powder for every 4fl oz of
drinking water.

3. Whisk, shake or stir the mixture briskly to dissolve powder.

4. It is best to use LittleOak Toddler Drink immediately
after it has been prepared and we recommend that you discard any unfinished drink after 3 hours.

5. If preparing the drink ahead of consumption, keep it
refrigerated until needed and use it within 24 hours.
Does your formula cause any gas or constipation?
Goat’s milk is generally easier for babies to digest for several reasons: Firstly, it naturally contains more A2 casein. Goat milk has less than half the A1 casein protein found in cow’s milk. Like in adults, the A1 protein can be the cause of many digestive issues such as bloating, constipation, wind, and pain in babies. Finally, our goat’s milk is a rich source of nutrients including oligosaccharides or pre-biotics that assist indigestion.

Is your formula Organic?
Most of the whole goat milk we use is farmed using organic practices Although our formula is not organic, It’s quite a process to become an organically certified farm which is why many of the farms that we source our milk from choose not to pursue certification.

All of our ingredients are as naturally and sustainably sourced as possible, including our DHA and ARA (from algal sources) and more importantly, our cold-pressed flaxseed oil from the South Island in New Zealand.

Most of the whole goat’s milk we use is farmed using organic practices although our formula is not yet certified organic.

For a full list of frequently asked questions and our help centre click the link here FAQ

Frequently asked questions

A. It is important to transition slowly from breastfeeding to LittleOak or from a different brand of formula to LittleOak. Changing food source too quickly can cause your baby discomfort to their immature digestive system. Our qualified team are here to help, support and guide you around the best transition plan that suits you and your little one.

Click here to download the LittleOak transitioning guide


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