Kabrita: Gentle goat milk nutrition for all healthy babies
All babies grow at ease with mother’s milk. But what is the next best option when breastfeeding is not an option for you and your baby? Or when the time has come to move on from breastfeeding? Something natural and gentle would be first thing to come to mind.
Kabrita is 100% made in Holland with Dutch expertise
Did you know? The milk used for Kabrita is coming from our selected group of 50 Dutch family-run goat farms. All our farmers work according the specifically Dutch quality program Kwaligeit (‘Qualigoat’).
This means that all our goats get high quality balanced nutrition, good housing and optimal care to guarantee their well-being and health. The Qualigoat program also governs the hygiene on the farms and the quality of the goat milk. Kabrita is fully produced in the Netherlands, world’s home of dairy expertise.
Our company is member of the Dutch Dairy Goat Organization (NGZO)
Our goat milk farmers work according to Kwaligeit (‘Qualigoat’)
Controlled by accredited 3rd parties
Our certified drivers and independent labs perform additional controls to assure the highest quality milk
Kwaligeit protocols include:
- Milk production and cooling
- Business hygiene
- Veterinary medicines and antibiotics
- Animal health and well-being
- Good manufacturing practices
- Feed and drinking water
Goat milk is safe and complete
Kabrita is produced by Ausnutria B.V. The mission of Ausnutria is to nourish life and growth. Therefore, Ausnutria only produces safe and complete infant formulas that are compliant with local regulation. Ausnutria values the role of scientific research in the development of infant formula. All recipes are well-researched and based on the latest scientific insights.
Goat milk use in case of allergy and intolerance
Although the composition of goat milk protein differs from cow’s milk protein, goat milk infant formula is not a suitable alternative in case of a medically confirmed cow’s milk protein allergy (CMPA). In case of lactose intolerance, Kabrita is also not a suitable option. Please find more information on the use of Kabrita in case of CMPA or lactose intolerance in the FAQ.