How did you first hear about Kabrita?
I was going back to work and pumping was exhausting. I was researching formula and knew that goat milk was the way to go. During my research of formula, I felt like European requirements were much higher than the US. We started with another popular European goat milk formula brand, but Paige hated it and wouldn't take it at all.
I noticed Kabrita at the LA Baby Show - I was able to see and taste the formula in person. It was so much milder in flavor and smoother in texture, so I thought I would try it and she loved it. Paige didn't have any digestive issues, but I feel like I avoided those by going straight to goat's milk from breastfeeding.
How did Paige transition to Kabrita? What do you think of the flavor?
She took to Kabrita right away! It was as though there was breastmilk in the bottle. I didn't notice any hesitation. I love that Kabrita has a much milder flavor than other the European brand that I tried. It has a much more pleasant smell and taste. The texture of the powder is so smooth and mixes so easily. I suppose what I love most is that Paige loves it, and I know she is getting all the nutrition she needs to be healthy.
Is there anything else you’d like to add or share?
It was a difficult decision to switch from breastmilk to formula, but I knew it was the right decision for our family. After a frustrating week of trying other goat milk formulas, I was so happy to find Kabrita/ Paige immediately took to it, and it was an incredible relief. Since it's available through www.costco.com, I was able to purchase several large containers and have them delivered right to my door. Natural and healthy, that's all I need it to be!
Kabrita non-GMO Goat Milk Formula is designed to maintain the natural comfort of little ones during feeding transitions, such as weaning, supplementing or changing formulas due to skin or tummy troubles*.
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*Not suitable for cow milk protein allergy