Insights

  • Palm Oil in Baby Formula

    As you’ve probably noticed when looking on the back of formulas at the ingredient list, there is usually palm oil listed. If you were to rummage through your kitchen, you’ll find many items that contain palm oil; it is a key ingredient in a lot of household plants. However, it may have made you pause and consider for a moment, given with widely known discussion in the press about palm oil and its somewhat negative effects. So, you may be wondering if it’s safe for your baby to consume.

  • How is baby formula stored? Does it matter?

    A question often asked by anxious parents is how the formula is stored and transported from European warehouses. The policies and practices we uphold at OnlyFormula ensure the products remain in excellent condition every step of the way - from the warehouse to your door. Here we will put your mind at ease by putting together a blog with research about formula storage and demonstrate how our supply chain puts that into practice.

  • What is considered a good baby formula?

    Lined up on the shop shelves, at first they do appear to be very similar, but if you turn those boxes around, the ingredient list tells a different story. Here, this blog will give you well-researched information on the ingredients found in formula, so you are well equipped when it comes to deciding which one is best for your little one.

  • Formula Recommendations for Babies 0-6 Months

    The first few weeks, as every parent will say, are an exciting and special time. From cuddles to bathtime and sleep routines, there is a lot you must think about and it can be quite stressful - especially when it comes to buying formula and feeding your baby. But it doesn’t have to be. While there are many different brands out there, we have researched, tried, and tested them all to determine the best organic formulas for your child that we are confident will help your little one thrive.

  • Formula recommendations for Babies 6-12 months

    At this point, as your little one reaches six months old, they are hitting a big milestone they may be sitting up, attempting to stand up, or even trying to crawl. Now, as your baby grows and is around the six-month mark, they will need different nutrients as opposed to when they were younger. So, it’s time to look at the stage two formulas. Whether they are changing from stage 1 to stage 2 or trying formula for the first time, you should still properly look into the nutrients and ensure that it is quite similar to breast milk.

  • What is the difference between organic and regular formulas?

    With so many different brands of formula available, it is hard to pick the right formula for your little one; it is a huge stress on parents because it is one of the biggest decisions you will have to make. Nowadays, there are many different ways of feeding your baby: you have breastfeeding, formula feeding, and breastfeeding alongside formula as a supplement. But where can you start to find the right one for your baby when there are so many stages, types, and ingredients contained in them?