January 05, 2017

Trusted Milk Brands in the Philippines for Babies

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  • All mothers want only the best for their babies; from clothes they wear, toys they play with to the milk brand that’s safe and nutritious for them. The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends exclusive breastfeeding for the first 6 months and continued breastfeeding for as long as possible; unfortunately, breastfeeding may not be possible for all women. For many, the decision to breastfeed or formula feed is based on their comfort level, lifestyle, and specific medical situations.

    For mothers who are unable to breastfeed or who decide not to, infant formula is a healthy alternative. Growing up milks are formulated to meet nutrition needs of healthy young children older than 1 year and should not be fed to infants. Here’s a list of nourishing and safe infant formula brands that you can consider for your baby’s daily nutritious supplement. Most of these milk brands can be found in most leading supermarkets, drugstores, and groceries nationwide.



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    Over a hundred years after it first started operations in the country, Nestlé Philippines, Inc. (NPI) today is a robust and stable organization, proud of its role in bringing the best food and beverage throughout the stages of the Filipino consumers’ lives. Nestlé has been contributing to the ongoing nutrition and medical training of health professionals for more than 60 years. The brand carries a wide range of milk and baby formula products that are 

    • Nido (Nido Junior, Nido Fortified, Nido Protectus)
    • Nestogen
    • Cerelac
    • NAN

    Wyeth Nutrition


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    Image grabbed from PromilPS

    Wyeth Nutrition, which is part of Nestlé S.A., continues to develop premium nutritional products, which are scientifically designed to meet the needs of mothers and children. We are committed to advancing nutrition science to help children develop their full potential and live healthier lives.
    For 100 years, Wyeth Nutrition has leveraged clinical rigor, scientific research, world-class manufacturing and product safety standards to drive scientifically sound solutions that support parents and healthcare professionals in nourishing and nurturing children toward a healthier generation.

    • AQIVA
    • Promil (S26 Promil Gold, Promil Pre-school, Promil kid)
    • Progress Pre-School Gold
    • Bona (Bonamil, Bonakid)

    Mead Johnson

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    Mead Johnson Nutrition has led the way in developing safe, high-quality, innovative products to help meet the nutritional needs of infants and children. With more than 70 products in over 50 countries, Mead Johnson products are trusted by millions of parents and healthcare professionals around the world. Mead Johnson has a range of milk products for the specific needs of children.

    • Alacta (Alactamil, Alactagrow)
    • Enfa (Enfagrow A+, Enfamil)
    • Lactum (3+, 6+)
    • Sustagen (Sustagen Junior 1+, Sustagen kid 3+, Sustagen School 6+)

    Source: kidshealth.org, BonakidPreSchoolPH
    Image grabbed from: 24evexia.com, lazada.com, PromilPS, seekingalpha.com

    Recent Comments

    May I know aht best formula milk for my 6 year old for brain development?

    8 months ago

    Ano po bang magandang formula milk 🐼 sa baby KO kasi every 3hours nag popoop sya?

    9 months ago


    I’m interested in. AQIVA milk and also NAN. and the Nestogen please let me know..for the whole sale ..

    Dr Jean Mary

    Agency 3p
    Tel 404 630 3039

    11 months ago
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