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Aptamil Hungry milk

Aptamil Hungry milk


Why choose Aptamil Hungry milk?

Hungry milk is designed to help delay the early onset of weaning, if you are combination feeding or your baby is not being breastfed.

What’s in Aptamil Hungry milk?



Long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids (LCPs)

DHA (Omega 3).


Our patented blend of Galacto- and Fructo-oligosaccharides.

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How does Aptamil compare?

See how Aptamil compares to other hungry milks.

GOS/FOS LCPs* (DHA) Nucleotides
0.8g 9mg 3.2mg
Cow & Gate 0.8g 6mg 3.2mg
SMA X 7.1mg 3mg
HiPP 0.3g (GOS only) 6.9mg X


Per 100ml of prepared feed (figures based on powder formula only).
*Long Chain Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids (LCPs). Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA).

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Aptamil Hungry milk 900g powder ingredients:
Lactose (from milk), Skimmed milk, Vegetable oils (Palm oil, Rapeseed oil, Coconut oil, Sunflower oil, Single cell oil), Galacto‐oligosaccharides (GOS) (from milk), Fructo‐oligosaccharides (FOS), Calcium carbonate, Fish oil, L‐cysteine hydrochloride, Vitamin C, Choline chloride, Taurine, Sodium citrate, Emulsifier (soy lecithin), Calcium phosphate, Ferrous sulphate, Vitamin E, Inositol, Uridine 5'‐ monophosphate sodium salt, Cytidine 5'‐monophosphate, Zinc sulphate, Adenosine 5'‐ monophosphate, Inosine 5'‐monophosphate sodium salt, Nicotinamide, Guanosine 5'‐ monophosphate sodium salt, Pantothenic acid, Folic acid, Copper sulphate, Vitamin A, Biotin, Vitamin B12, Thiamin, Vitamin D3, L‐carnitine, Vitamin B6, Manganese sulphate, Potassium iodide, Vitamin K1, Sodium selenite, Riboflavin

Aptamil Hungry milk 200ml & 1 litre resealable bottle:
Are not suitable for a vegetarian or vegan diet and are not Halaal approved.

Aptamil Hungry milk 900g powder:
Is Halaal approved but is not suitable for a vegetarian or vegan diet.

How to prepare Aptamil Hungry milk

Always follow the instructions carefully to make sure you prepare our products safely. See our step-by-step guides and practical bottlefeeding articles for advice.

Read our preparation guide

Your baby’s Aptamil formula journey

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Follow On milk

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Aptamil Follow On milk complements a weaning diet at around 6 months.

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Growing Up milk 1-2 years journey

Further ahead

Aptamil Growing Up milk 1-2 years is nutritionally tailored for toddlers at this stage.

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Not sure if your baby needs Hungry milk?

Our midwives, nutritionists and feeding advisors are always on hand to talk about our range of products. So if you have a question, just get in touch.

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