Having formula fed both of my kids for the greater part of their first year, I will be the first to tell you that the cost of formula is tough to swallow. It’s an absolutely necessary expense, but it can really kill your budget. And then you wander through the store aisles wondering, “which one is best?”. Because regardless of whether your breastfeed or formula feed, that’s what you want for your newborn baby – the very best. So how do you pick one?
Luckily, there’s now an affordable, premium infant formula that’s made with nutrients found naturally in mother’s milk that help support baby’s immune system, as well as brain and eye development. Have I peaked your interest? Well, if I have then you should be on the look out for Comforts for Baby Premium Infant Formula the next time you’re at the store. And because no two babies are alike, Comforts for Baby makes Gentle, Sensitive, Soy, and Organic formulas, along with a toddler formula for older babies.
Wondering how Comforts for Baby compares to some of those big name (much more expensive) formulas? I thought so. And for that reason, the great people at Comforts for Baby have come up with this helpful chart:
As you can see from above, Comforts for Baby meets or exceeds the FDA requirements, and is virtually identical in nutritional values to the other big name formulas. I wish had had seen this chart back when I was formula feeding my two girls – it could have saved me a ton of money!
Comforts for Baby can be found at Kroger, Ralphs, and tons of other grocery stores nationwide! Want to win a full sized sample (23.4 oz) of Comforts for Baby Premium Formula plus a coupon for $5 off your next Comforts for Baby formula purchase? Enter using the rafflecopter form below! Good luck!