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Where can I buy HiPP Organic's formula milk?
You can purchase HiPP Organic’s formula milk directly from our own website. We also stock some of our formula milk in a number of different...
Where can I buy HiPP 4 Growing Up Baby Milk Powder?
You can purchase HiPP 4 Growing Up Baby Milk Powder directly from our own website. We also stock it at: ...
How can I get in touch with HiPP?
For general enquiries, please contact our customer service team using this form or call us on 0800 2984477 (Monday-Friday: 9am-5pm, excluding Bank Holidays...
Where can I buy HiPP Organic's 470ml ready to feed first infant milk?
In addition to our shop, you can also purchase HiPP Organic’s 470ml first infant ready to feed formula milk from the following retailers: ...
What is first infant formula milk?
HiPP’s first infant milk is a nutritionally complete breastmilk substitute, suitable from birth, and contains all the nutrients your baby needs if they are not being breastfed. The only food recognised by the World Health Organisation as a suitable and...
How long can ready to feed formula sit out?
Once a ready to feed bottle has been opened, this should be fed to the baby straight away, or within 2 hours of opening if kept at room temperature. Any remaining formula in the HiPP bottle that is not being used for that feed can be stored in the refrigerator...
How do you use the HiPP Organic First Infant Baby Milk starter pack?
Our starter packs are designed for maximum ease of use. Start by giving the bottle a good shake. If you wish to warm the milk, please heat it to drinking temperature (37°C) by standing the bottle in warm water. Shake the bottle again.  Take off...
What is follow on milk?
HiPP’s follow on milk is designed to provide the nutrients your baby needs alongside a varied weaning diet, when they are not being breastfed. It is suitable from the age of 6+ months and has been developed to meet the nutritional needs of older infants...
What is the difference between ready to feed stage 1 and ready to feed stage 2?
Stage 1 ready to feed is a nutritionally complete breastmilk substitute, suitable from birth, and contains all the nutrients your baby needs if they are not being breastfed. The only food recognised by the World Health Organisation as a suitable and ...
What is the difference between stage 2 and stage 3 milk?
Stage 2 milk is designed to provide the nutrients your baby needs alongside a varied weaning diet, when they are not being breastfed. It is suitable from the age of 6+ months and has been developed to meet the nutritional needs of older infants and contain...
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