The UK and EU legislation that sets the requirements for the nutritional composition of infant, follow on and specialist milks has changed. These changes will apply to all manufacturers and as a result, some of our formulations have changed. There are changes to the levels of some vitamins, minerals and other nutrients in line with the legislation update, which is based on the latest science.
Aptamil’s formulas have been rigorously tested and remain completely safe for babies and toddlers. For more information about the changes and the most asked questions, please click on the links below.
Frequently asked questions
Which Aptamil formulas are changing from November 2019?
How do I know which Aptamil products contain the updated formulations?
When will the updated Aptamil formulations be available?
Is the new Aptamil formula milk safe and tested?
Why are the Aptamil formulations being updated in 2019?
What will be different with the new updated Aptamil formulations?
How long would I be able to buy the old Aptamil formulas for? / Can I still buy the old Aptamil formula?
How do I move my baby onto the new Aptamil updated formulations?
Does this mean all formula brands will now be the same?
Are there any changes in the preparation of the new Aptamil formula milk?
Will my baby notice a difference with the updated Aptamil formulations?
Is the new Aptamil formulation halal?
Where can I go for more information?
Questions about feeding and nutrition?
Our midwives, nutritionists and feeding advisors are always on hand to talk about feeding your baby. So if you have a question, just get in touch.