Danalac's three Different Stages Infant Formula

Each stage is adapted to the nutritional needs of each moment of the development of the baby

Why Danalac Has Three Different Stages Of Infant Formula?


Why Danalac has three different stages of infant formula?


Each stage is adapted to the nutritional needs of each moment of the development of the baby:
-Danalac Stage 1 or infant formula: milk is the only food that the baby can eat, so it must be as complete as it could.


-Danalac Stage 2 or follow-on formula: milk still is the basis of baby’s nutrition, but it is not the only food they need. In this moment, we introduce slowly and progressively new foods in baby feeding: cereals, vegetables, fruit, meat, fish…


-Danalac Stage 3 or growing-up formula: although milk continues being a very important part in the baby nutrition, he or she must eat almost like an adult.


Count on Danalac to choose the best option for your baby’s age and nutritional needs.

About Danalac

Danalac is a brand product of DANA Dairy, a major producer and provider of various milk products to the world’s market. Through the years, we have come to take pride in the quality of our products and the way we do business. We are proud to have been able to cater drinking milk, milk powders, various cheese, butter, ice cream powders, and many other dairy items to the world industrial and consumer markets.

We deliver the best nature has to offer. Naturally, we care!


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