Reason No. 1
Study shows goat milk is easier to digest than cow milk1, 2
- Protein in goat milk digest 78% faster compare to cow milk after 1 hour feeding in baby1
- Protein in Kabrita goat formula is easy to digest2
Compare Protein digestibility in goat milk and cow milk3,4
Goat milk protein3,4
has 6 times less α1-casein
- Easier to digest protein
- Create smaller and softer curd in the stomach
Cow milk protein
has 6 times more α1-casein
Babies could have difficulties in digesting α1-casein and result in common symptoms such as constipation, gas/colic, reflux. Parents tell us that Kabrita goat milk formula has been a solution for their little ones with minor symptoms.
Reason No. 2
Every step in the production process, from goat farming, milking, storage, production process is strictly followed safety standard and go through proper inspection by related authorities in the Netherlands.
We follow Qualigoat system to ensure quality and safety of our goat milk.
COKZ & Qlip are accredited by the government of the Netherlands to ensure the quality and safety of production and packaging process of Kabrita products.
European Food Safety Authority (efsa) and US Food & Drug Administration (FDA) (GRAS GRN No. 644) have confirmed the safety of goat milk as infant formula based.
Reason No. 3
Modern Formula based on 75 years of experience in infant nutrition
Kabrita combines this natural gentleness of goat milk with an advanced composition which contains all essential and several valuable ingredients such as dietary fibre (GOS), DHA omega-3 fatty acids, and a unique fat blend including OPO (beta-palmitate).
Support Brain & Eyes Development
*DHA & AA support brain & eyes development13,14
Support Digestive & Immune system
*GOS: Galacto-oligossacharides (GOS) is a type of prebiotic that support the good bacteria and may benefit gut health.15
High contents of OPO (Beta-Palmitate) in Kabrita
*OPO (Beta-palmitate) is a unique fat blend which might have some potential benefits for a child including the support of fat of calcium absorption and softer stools.
Kabrita Milk Formula uses vegetable oil such as Coconut Oil, Sunflower oil, Rapeseed oil, NO SOY OIL.
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