Why goat milk?

Why goat milk?

All babies grow at ease with mother’s milk. But what is the next best option when breastfeeding does no longer work for you and your baby? Or when the time has come to move on from breastfeeding?

Naturally easy to digest

Goat milk has a unique fat and protein composition, which makes it naturally easy to digest. The smaller fat globules and relatively high amounts of short- and medium-chain fatty acids found in goat milk are relatively easy for the body to break down. In addition the low amount of αs1-casein protein in goat milk helps to form a softer curd in the baby’s stomach, which passes through the digestive system more gently.

One of the most underestimated advantages of goat milk is its great taste. Goat milk has a distinctive mild taste, which is different from other types of milk. Consumers that have tried goat milk often describe the taste of goat milk as being mild, light, fresh and absolutely delicious. The excellent taste of Kabrita’s goat milk nutrition is also supported by the fact that only the highest quality goat milk is used.


Naturally easy to digest

High levels of important nutrients

Goat milk contains high levels of important nutrients, including vitamins (A, D, B1, B2 and B12), minerals (calcium, phosphorous, magnesium, zinc and iodine), proteins and fatty acids. It also naturally contains a high concentration of nucleotides, which help to support the immune system and cell growth. Due to its ease of digestion, the body can break down and absorb these nutrients in an efficient way.

The unique characteristics of goat milk mentioned above give us the opportunity to produce infant nutrition that offers everything you expect of infant nutrition, but also offers natural comfort and is easy to digest!

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