All product ex Step 1 and Step 2

We only use certified organic cow’s milk.
It’s pretty special.
Our pastures are free from synthetic pesticides
Our soil is nutritionally rich naturally, without synthetic fertilisers
Our milking cows live free from antibiotics.
Our cows are free from injected hormones
Our grazing cows are nourished by GMO-Free foods.
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Yes, the cans are made from aluminium, which is almost endlessly recyclable and is one of the world's most recycled materials. So please, recycle them. Bellamy’s Organic is committed to supporting the practice of recycling and biodegradability.

We encourage you to transition slowly from step 1 to step 2 using our Seven-day transition plan.

Day 1: For your baby’s first morning feed, offer one bottle of the new formula. For the remaining feeds for the day, offer the previous formula.

Day 2: Offer the new formula for the first two feeds of the day, then the previous formula for the remaining feeds.

Day 3: Offer the new formula for the first three feeds of the day, then the previous formula for the remaining feeds.

Days 4-7: Continue this method until your baby has fully transitioned across to the new formula, which may take around seven days.

Regular cow milk contains two main types of beta casein protein, A2 protein and A1 protein. Beta Genica-8 uses milk from cows chosen to naturally produce only the A2 protein type and no A1. This is naturally occurring and not created through genetic engineering or other technological processes.

Some people who experience issues drinking regular cow milk may experience benefits when they switch to milk containing only the A2 beta casein protein.

Bellamy’s Organic does not have samples of our formula we abide by the MAIF agreement

Water (sterilized), the baby’s usual milk. Fruit puree, providing the baby is greater than 6 months of age.

We recommend the cereal to be made just before consumption to minimise the risk of external contamination.

All pre-packaged foods run through a retort (high heat) process for a determined time to kill any potential micro organisms. The process time (retorting) is calculated through extensive trials and is as short as possible to ensure no damage to the food. Baby food can typically be around 120 to 130 degrees for a few minutes to get total sterility. All micro-organisms are completely deactivated (not quite the same as destroyed, especially in the sweet range), there is no risk of microbial spoilage or associated food borne illness, if the seal on the pack is intact. The pouches are then sealed with samples from each batch tested to ensure the process is successful prior to releasing to the market.

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