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Aptamil Follow On milk ready to use

Don't disrupt their flow

So much to see, so much to do; whether they're meeting animals at the zoo or discovering Grandma's garden, ready to use Aptamil Follow On milk is ready when they are. No measuring, no boiling, no mixing - and no need to wait. Simply twist, pour, and serve into a sterilised beaker - and let them keep going.

UNINTERRUPTED DAYS OUT

SMOOTHER JOURNEYS

EASIER FEEDS FOR GRANDAD

PEACEFUL NIGHT FEEDS

GO WITH THE FLOW

Ready to use Aptamil Follow On milk is the ideal choice for when you need a quick and easy feed.
  • Simply twist, pour and serve
  • Ideal for days out, night feeds and holidays
  • Easier for grandparents or babysitters
  • Available in a handy 200ml or 1L size
  • Store in the fridge for up to 48 hours* after opening
  • A perfect pour, any time
* Refrigerate once opened; 200ml can be kept for up to 48 hours in the fridge and 1 litre can be left in the fridge for up to 24 hours.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: Breastfeeding is best for your baby. Follow On milk should only be used as part of a mixed diet and not as a breastmilk substitute before 6 months. Use on the advice of your healthcare professional.

A perfect pour, any time

With no mixing, or boiling and cooling water, liquid Aptamil Follow On milk is ready to use straightaway. And just like powdered Aptamil Follow On milk, it contains iron to support normal cognitive development, and calcium and vitamin D for normal development of bone, as part of a varied, balanced weaning diet.

Is there any difference between Ready to Use formula and powder formula?

Very little; the nutrient content of Ready to Use formula is very similar to powder based formula, with some minor variances due to different processing methods. Detailed nutritional information is available on the product packaging and website product pages.

Can you take Ready to Use formula through airport security?

Yes, in the UK you can take infant formula and breast milk on board a plane, although the baby may need to be present. You can find the exact government guidance here 

Many airports around the world make allowances for families travelling with baby food, formula and breast milk, although you may be asked to taste the liquid to prove it is harmless when passing through security.

However, not every worldwide airport permits you to fly with formula milk; there are some countries which ban all liquids and gels. If in doubt, call your airline and ask before you fly.

Can Ready to Use formula be given cold or at room temperature?

Ready to Use formula can be served safely both chilled and at room temperature. The temperature at which you decide to serve it will depend on your (and your baby’s) preference, as well as what is most convenient for you at the time.

Does the Ready to Use formulation look or smell different to the powdered formulation?

Some parents notice a slight difference in the look and smell of Ready to Use formula compared to formula that has been prepared from powder, due to different processing methods used in production. However there shouldn't be a great deal of variance - a similar comparison would be the difference between UHT cow’s milk and powdered cow’s milk.

Is Ready to Use formula easier to digest, and can it help with constipation?

There is no evidence to suggest that liquid Ready to Use formulas are easier to digest than their powder equivalents, or that they have an impact on stool frequency. If you are concerned about possible constipation we advise you speak to a health care professional. It is also a good idea to check the on-pack preparation instructions are being followed accurately when making up powdered milk.

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