Kids formula

Kids/infant formula​

Lactose Free & Gluten Free Formula

For All Complicated Needs​

Human infants produce an enzyme called lactase to help digest lactose, the sugar found in human and other animal milk. Interestingly, lactose is also found in forsythia flowers and some tropical shrubs. After infancy, some people can no longer produce enough lactase (the enzyme that helps digest lactose) and continue to completely digest all the lactose in milk. Some of it passes through the digestive tract undigested and reaches the large intestine, where bacteria ferment it, causing unpleasant digestive symptoms. Abrand Food has extensive research on producing lactose and gluten free formula to cater to the lactose intolerant needs in infant and kids.

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Our Innovations​

Exciting OEM Food Market

USD23.5 Billion Market Size

Due to the rising incidence of malnutrition in infants aged 0-6 months, the market value of commercial infant formula is projected to exceed USD 23.5 billion by 2032. The first six months are so critical to your baby’s health that formulas are specifically designed to meet their nutritional needs. Standard foods also play an important role in infant nutrition as they provide the essential nutrients that infants need for growth and development.

Our Mission in Lowering Malnutrition Rate

The emphasis is on reducing low birth weight through proper nutrition. For example, the World Health Assembly has announced nutrition targets to reduce the incidence of low birth weight infants by age 30 between 2012 and 2025. Such initiatives will continue to drive demand for standardized infant formulas that help address malnutrition, address nutritional challenges and limit the lifelong effects of stunting in young children.

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