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Hipp Organic powdered baby milk just £4.06 in Sainsburys (instore and online)

£4.06 @ Sainsbury's
Just stages 3- Follow on milk 800g and 4 growing up milk 600g. Says the normal price is £5.79 but i have seen it in Asda today for £6.97 so £4.06 is a brill price.
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Just stages 3- Follow on milk 800g and 4 growing up milk 600g.
Says the normal price is £5.79 but i have seen it in Asda today for £6.97 so £4.06 is a brill price.
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#1
hmm yes it's a good price except that it is a con that you don't need to buy it... at 6 months a child should be eating a varied diet with adequate nutrition and the milk becomes more of a drink than the sole nutrient provider. So you and your child are better off with organic 'real' milk and not lining milk companies pockets.... (not heated either way)

(have you never wondered why they can advertise follow on milks and have them on special offers, they can't do that with 'infant' milks because its against the law because they are a necessity and the companies are not allowed to 'compete' for business. Hence their introduction of follow on milks and overlapping all the milks to try and make people buy them for an extra 18 months!!!)

Edited By: savagevixen on May 08, 2011 18:48
#2
the minimum amount of formula a 6 month old baby should have is between 500ml and 600ml (about a pint) a day.

As long as your baby is having 500ml of formula a day, she won't need a vitamin D supplement. The formula already has vitamin D added.

After a year your child only needs about 350ml (12oz) of milk (breast, formula or cows' milk) a day.
1 Like #3
We found follow on milk cheaper than buying separate full fat milk as we have semi skimmed which isnt recommended until a child is 2. Plus points at tesco etc are available on follow on milks

Voted hot - is a good price.
1 Like #4
Great price in my opinion........brought three boxes as price beats Boots current 3 for 2 promotion. And I was under the impression you should not give a baby under 12 months cow's milk, that was what I was advised anyway and the follow on milk is not a neccesity but provides more iron as baby's stores begin to deplete after 6months, thus the milk helps to support the weaning process while they are probably not taking in enough iron from food alone?
#5
Ahh yes that is where they try to hook you. In the past The first and second milks were used until 12 months (during that time you could introduce cows milk as a mixer with food) and then from 12 months cows milk. Then the milk companies cottoned on to the fact that they were missing out, and if they could get people using their products before age 1 they were far more likely to carry on, if convinced their child needed it. So they changed things around and slowly the 'stage 3' milks became suitable from 10 months, 9 months and then 6 months. Of course with offers like these it encourages people to switch milks for cheapness (not recommended). Obviously should you choose to use this product from 6 month to 1 year and don't get sucked in then fair play. Personally I either breastfed till 10 months and then introduced Organic Cows milk (under guidance of paediatrition) or formula fed stage 1 milk till 10 months and then introduced the milk. This was a) because the children ate well and the dr advised it and b) because in my opinion actual milk tastes far better than powdered milk. Many of these milks are revolting!!! That said the Hipp is much better tasting than SMA or others! As I said didn't vote as not applicable just hate the way companies try to put pressure on mum's where there is no need!

Edited By: savagevixen on May 09, 2011 00:33
#6
I think it's a very good price. It's a pity we use Aptamil.
#7
savagevixen
hmm yes it's a good price except that it is a con that you don't need to buy it... at 6 months a child should be eating a varied diet with adequate nutrition and the milk becomes more of a drink than the sole nutrient provider. So you and your child are better off with organic 'real' milk and not lining milk companies pockets.... (not heated either way)

(have you never wondered why they can advertise follow on milks and have them on special offers, they can't do that with 'infant' milks because its against the law because they are a necessity and the companies are not allowed to 'compete' for business. Hence their introduction of follow on milks and overlapping all the milks to try and make people buy them for an extra 18 months!!!)


Not all babies are able to take solids from 6 months. My baby is 6 months and i tried to give him solids, but it seems that his tummy is not ready yet, as he gets allergies all over the body. That is why I will still keep giving him follow-on milk until he is ready.
#8
I thought they didn't advertise infant milk because 'breast is best' and this stuff shouldn't be recomended? i used both, nothing wrong with formula if thats what you choose just thought thats why its never advertised. good price hot from me

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