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Kabrita Cereal porridge Apple - Mango

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€3,99
12+ months200gApple - MangoSack
Kabrita Cereal Porridge Apple - Mango with goat milk is suitable for children from the age of 12 months. Kabrita Cereal Porridge is part of a healthy and varied diet for your child. It is important for the health of your child to carefully follow the preparation instructions on the packaging.

Kabrita Cereal Porridge offers a healthy addition to your child's nutrition:
  • with goat milk and organic cereals
  • with natural ingredients
  • with goat milk as a source of protein
  • without added sugars

Processed cereal-based food.

  • Ordered today, delivered within 10 -14 working days
  • Free delivery in the Netherlands
  1. Description
  2. Ingredients
  3. Preparation
  4. Nutrition table
  5. FAQ's
  6. Reviews
Description

Important information

Keep Kabrita Cereal Porridge tightly closed in a cool, dry place (not in the refrigerator). After opening the package, Kabrita Cereal Porridge can be kept for 4 weeks.

  • Based on Dutch goat milk
  • More than 75 years of experience
  • Worldwide No. 1 in goat milk formula
Ingredients

Ingredients

grains 33.8% (wholemeal oat flour, rice flakes, wholemeal spelled flour), whole goat milk powder 23.6%, skimmed goat milk powder 23.5%, mango powder 6.0%, apple powder 5.0%, banana powder, buckwheat flour, thiamine hydrochloride (vitamin B1 ), retinol acetate (vitamin A), cholecalciferol (vitamin D3).

Preparation

Preparation

Wash your hands well before preparing a Kabrita Cereal Porridge. Prepare the food immediately before use.

  1. Fill a bottle with 160ml of boiled water that has been cooled to lukewarm temperature (± 40 ° C). For a plate you use 180ml of water.
  2. Add 4-5 tablespoons (± 25g) of Kabrita Cereal Porridge to the bottle or 7-8 tablespoons (± 38g) to a plate.
  3. Shake the bottle or stir well for a smooth paste. Always check the temperature of the porridge before giving and feed with a clean spoon.
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Incorrect preparation of the food can pose risks to the health of your child. Never give leftovers of prepared porridge to your child.

Nutrition table
Nutrition table

Average nutritional value

Per 100g

Per portie*1

Unit

energy

1710

428

kJ

energy

408

102

Kcal

fat

9.7

2.4

g

saturated fatty acids

5.6

1.4

g

carbohydrates

59

15

g

sugars*2

31

7.8

g

dietary fibres

4.1

1

g

protein

20

5

g

salt

0.34

0.09

g

vitamins

vitamin A

443

111

μg - RE

vitamin D

9.6

2.4

μg

vitamin B1 (thiamine)

1.37

0.34

mg

minerals

calcium

sodium

520

0.14

130

0.04

mg

mg

*1 portion = 25g Kabrita Porridge with 160ml water

*2 Contains naturally occurring sugars

FAQ's

The composition of baby formulas is highly regulated by the CODEX. As these regional and national authorities don’t always apply the same criteria, there may be slight differences in the recipes in different countries.

Of course you can always be certain that the Kabrita formula sold in your market complies with the latest nutritional insights as well as relevant local legislation.


Kabrita is derived from the Spanish word ‘Cabrito” which means little goat or kid.


Kabrita's infant and toddler formulas have been developed to offer a healthy alternative based on goat milk that meets the average nutritional requirements at a certain age. As each baby is unique with its own, individual growth and development process, we advise you to establish how and when you can best use Kabrita in consultation with your doctor (the health professional who is closely involved in this growth process).


Kabrita is a division of Ausnutria Nutrition. This dairy group is comprised around three well-known dairy and baby and infant formula production facilities in the Netherlands. The company has a rich history in the development and production of baby and toddler formulas.

Ausnutria Ommen was established in 1897 and is responsible for the production of high-quality goat milk powder and other dairy ingredients. Ausnutria Kampen and Lypack Leeuwarden have been producing baby formula since 1936. Over the years, we have produced baby and infant formula for numerous other brands at our production facilities, including a number of renowned, leading global brands.


We do not recommend that you use products whose Best Before date has expired. The effect of the nutrients (e.g. vitamins) may decline after the Best Before date has expired.

The easiest way to check if you have an original Kabrita product is to look at the code on the base of the tin*. This code is linked to our production facility and should read: NL Z0238 EC, NL Z4057 EC or Pluto NL Z4056 EC.

*Attention: In China this code is not stated on the base of the tin, but on the side. In Russia this code is not stated at all due to local legislation.


No, Kabrita has a surprisingly pleasant smell and taste. The fast production process of the fresh goat milk creates a fresh and gentle, mild taste, comparable to the flavour of cow milk-based formula.

*Just like other follow-on milk formulas.


Mother's milk is best for your baby. However, if you are thinking about switching to follow-on milk or toddler milk, you can consider using Kabrita goat milk formula. Kabrita offers goat milk follow-on milk and toddler milk of exceptional quality. This is the result of decades of experience with bottle formulas and the outstanding quality of Dutch goat milk. Goat milk is naturally gentle and mild and forms a good basis for infant formula. Kabrita combines the natural mildness of Dutch goat milk with valuable nutrients such as goat whey protein, DHA Omega-3 fatty acids * and dietary fibres.

Kabrita complies with the regulations for infant formula and is a safe and complete alternative based on goat milk, and suitable for every healthy baby.

*Just like other follow-on milk


Yes, Kabrita is a safe alternative for every healthy baby. The use of goat milk as a basis for infant formula has been approved and found to be safe *. Just like fresh cow milk, fresh goat milk contains too much protein and not all the nutrients that are vital for your child's development. The content of nutrients in all formulas - including Kabrita - have been optimally adapted and supplemented to ensure your child gets exactly the right amount of nutrients that he or she needs.

Kabrita complies with local legislation and regulations.

*Just like other follow-on milk


No, Kabrita is not available in trial packages. We do not believe that the effect and success of a new type of formula can be assessed based on just one or two feeds.

Kabrita products are available in various countries, directly or through our distributors. Please check our world map for more information about Kabrita’s sales points.


The packaging has been changed, due to a new design of the tins, the word Gold has been removed from the packaging. This applies to all countries where Kabrita is sold.

With this change, the composition has also been slightly adjusted due to new EU legislation. This EU legislation is based on the latest scientific developments. The following minor adjustments have been applied to the recipe: Protein slightly down. Fat content slightly up Lactose up a little DHA and AA quite a bit up. Vitamins and minerals adapted to the new EU legislation.


No. Kabrita is not reimbursed by health insurance providers.

Our goats are fed a mixture of feeds, including:
• Straw
• Hay
• Grass (fresh)
• Silage grass
• Maize silage
• Pulp
• Pellets * (pelletised raw materials e.g. cereals such as wheat and barley, but also soy hulls, etc.)

These feeds are often available on the farm. In nature, however, the diet available to the goats is more limited. Goats eat grass, leaves and branches of bushes and trees, depending on what is available. Our farmers supplement the diet fed to the goats as much as possible. They provide feed that contains the necessary energy, protein, vitamins and minerals. This has a positive impact on the health of our goats and the milk they produce. A very important part of their diet is water. A typical milk goat drinks about 10 litres of water per day.

As soon as baby goats are born, they drink milk from their mother. Whether they can drink themselves or whether the goat is milked for them depends on how fast they are able to drink. They are always given colostrum from their mother.

Reviews

Customer Reviews

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Geraldine Morgan
Lovely porridge

Kabrita porridge is tasty and convenient. I would strongly recommend it to parents.

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Tetyana Matvyeyeva

Kabrita Cereal porridge Apple - Mango

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Sergei Kim

Kabrita Cereal porridge Apple - Mango

The Natural Goodness of Goat Milk-Based Formula

From grass to glass

With gos prebiotics

Mild and gentle taste

22 minerals and vitamins

Contains DHA and ARA

Contains B-Palmitate

Made in te Netherlands

Contains nucleotides

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