Our formulations have been further developed due to a new European regulation for infant formulae and follow-on formulae.
This further development incorporates the latest scientific findings from research and development, so infant milk formula is now even better adapted to the special needs of the smallest children.
You can continue to rely on our proven nutritional science concepts. The well-known high organic quality of our raw materials and the demanding safety standards, which you have always been able to rely on with HiPP baby food, also remain unchanged.
Now: With the omega-3 fatty acid DHA: important for the development of brain and nerve cells as well as vision.
What is DHA?
DHA - the abbreviation stands for docosahexaenoic acid - is a long-chain, polyunsaturated omega-3 fatty acid.
Why is DHA important?
Omega-3 fatty acids contribute to the normal development of brain and nerve cells as well as vision. Omega-3 fatty acids are naturally present in breast milk. From the supplementary food age onwards, babies can absorb DHA through supplementary food, such as fatty fish. In order to ensure that all children receive a sufficient supply of this important nutrient, the use of DHA in follow-on formula will be legally required in future. DHA is of course also contained in every HiPP follow-on formula.
Adaptation of individual vitamins and minerals
According to the latest scientific findings, the minimum and maximum levels of nutrients are even more in line with the nutritional needs of infants.