Bobbie is an organic milk-based infant formula that uses intact milk proteins in ratios similar to mature breast milk, lactose as the only source of carbohydrate, and a fat-blend that does not contain palm oil. It’s made in the U.S., meets all FDA requirements, and satisfies many EU standards such as DHA & iron.
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Docosa-hexaenoic acid (DHA) is an omega-3, a long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acid and a key nutrient needed for rapid brain development.
It’s crucial for an infant’s first two years of life
There is no required DHA amount for U.S. infant formula
Bobbie meets the EU infant formula requirement for DHA
Want to learn more?Download DHA Infographic
Lactose is the most common carbohydrate found in breast milk. Similarly, lactose is the main carbohydrate in Bobbie.
It's a source of energy to fuel growth
Lactose plays a role in how minerals are absorbed
Human milk has more lactose than most other kinds of milks, even if mom does not eat or drink dairy
Want to learn more?Download Lactose Infographic
Mature breast milk, on average, has a 60:40 whey to casein ratio, while cow's milk has a 20:80 ratio.
Bobbie’s whey to casein ratio is 60:40, similar to mature breast milk
Whey is easier to digest than casein
This ratio supports easy digestion
Want to learn more?Download Protein Infographic
Iron transports oxygen throughout our bodies and is essential to support the development of the brain, nervous system, and the immune system.
Infants are born with iron stores
These iron stores start to decline around four months of age
Bobbie meets both EU and U.S. requirements for iron
Want to learn more?Download Iron Infographic
We have sourced each ingredient with care, selecting only quality ingredients to make up our recipe. Click on each ingredient below to get the full scoop on why it matters and its function in human development.
Carbohydrate & protein, important source of essential minerals & amino acids
Skim milk is a source of protein and carbohydrate. Since cow’s milk naturally does not provide a fat balance similar to human breast milk, we add fat sources more in line with mother’s milk.
Fat, source of Vitamins E & K
Fat is an important nutrient that your baby needs for growth and development. In case you're wondering, high oleic just means it is high in monounsaturated fats similar to breast milk.
Lactose is the most common carbohydrate found in breast milk and is a source of energy to fuel growth.
Fat is an important nutrient that your baby needs for growth and development. A blend of oils provides a variety of fatty acids that support your little one.
Fat is an important nutrient that your baby needs for growth and development. Soybean oil is a source of the essential fat, linoleic acid.
Protein and minerals
Adding extra whey protein helps to make the whey:casein ratio more in line with what is found in mature breast milk.
A (soy bean) plant-based ingredient that helps to keep the formula from separating. Ours is made without the use of hexane solvents.