Organic Soy Based Powder Formula
- USDA Organic
- Lactose Free
- DHA & ARA Nutrients Found in Breast Milk
- Formulated with Iron
- Produced Without the Use of Potentially Harmful Pesticides
For Baby's First 12 Months
Breast milk is the first choice for your infant's growth and development. But if and when you choose to use formula, you'll feel good knowing there's an organic choice. Next to breast milk, Earth's Best Organic Soy Infant Formula with DHA & ARA is a pure way to nurture your baby.
Why Choose an Organic Soy Infant Formula with DHA & ARA in the First Place?
Sometimes babies can't tolerate a milk-based formula. Their sensitive tummies make it hard to digest. Our soy infant formula is made without milk, but with soybeans that are grown in soil not containing potentially harmful pesticides or chemical fertilizers. Organic Earth's Best Soy Infant Formula with DHA & ARA is made with high quality protein, carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals, and essential fatty acids including DHA & ARA - nutrients found in breast milk that may support baby's mental and visual development. This easy-to digest organic infant formula with Iron is patterned after breast milk, and meets all FDA requirements for infant nutrition. So when soy protein is preferred, your baby receives wholesome nutrition ... naturally.
Check Out the Earth's Best Difference:
- Organic - Grown without Potentially Harmful Herbicides or Pesticides
- Contains DHA & ARA for Baby's Mental & Visual Development
- Made with No Genetically Engineered Ingredients
- No Artificial Flavors, Colors, or Preservatives
- Kosher Certified
Our Earth's Best product line grows along with your child, and includes iron-fortified cereal, jarred baby food, and toddler foods.
Certified Organic by Quality Assurance International (QAI) 02FTP
Good Manufacturing Practices are used to prevent introduction of undeclared allergens.
Filled by weight, not by volume; some settling may occur.
Mortierella Alpina Oil is a Source of Arachidonic Acid (ARA)
Crypthecodinium Cohnii Oil is a Source of Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA)