Similac For Spit-Up, 6 Count, Easy-to-Digest Infant Formula, Reduces Frequency of Spit-Up, Supports Brain & Eye Development, Non-GMO, Powder, 12-oz each @generated
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Similac For Spit-Up, 6 Count, Easy-to-Digest Infant Formula, Reduces Frequency of Spit-Up, Supports Brain & Eye Development, Non-GMO, Powder, 12-oz each
- color: Other
- size: 6 Pack
- model: 50959
- gender: Unisex
Similac For Spit-Up infant formula has been clinically shown to reduce spit-up frequency in healthy infants by 54%.[1,*] Our non-GMO,§ easy-to-digest formula is suitable for babies with lactose sensitivity. It has our exclusive blend of DHA, lutein, and vitamin E to support brain and eye development and no palm olein oil, which allows for excellent calcium absorption. Similac is the #1 brand chosen by parents† and the first infant formula brand with no artificial growth hormones.‡ * Among healthy 2-month-old infants, compared to standard milk-based formula. † Total US infant formula, all outlets as of 12/2019, Nielsen data. ‡ No significant difference has been shown between milk derived from rbST-treated and non-rbST-treated cows. § Ingredients not genetically engineered. Reference: 1. Lasekan JB, et al. J Am Coll Nutr. 2014;33(2):136-146.|in select stores, The SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assurance Program) name is a service mark of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. USDA does not endorse any goods, services, or enterprises. 6 CANS: Make sure you don’t run out; get 6 cans that make approximately 132 4-fl-oz bottlesEASY TO DIGEST: Similac For Spit-Up infant formula is easy to digest and suitable for babies with lactose sensitivityREDUCES SPIT-UP BY 54%: Made with rice starch and clinically shown to reduce spit-up frequency in healthy infants by 54%[1,*]SUPPORTS BRAIN & EYES: Has an exclusive blend of DHA, lutein, and vitamin E and no palm olein oil for excellent calcium absorptionMIXING TIPS: The rice starch in this formula mixes more slowly & may look “grainy;” this is normal & shouldn’t affect feedingAccepting SNAP EBT on Grocery Pick Up| for this Item
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