HiPP is a reliable European brand of organic baby food that has been taking care of the healthy development of babies around the world for decades.
Each child is unique and therefore has different nutritional needs. HiPP offers a wide range of baby food products to meet the needs of every child.
The most common question about HiPP Combiotic Formula:
What is the difference between its versions? It should be noted that Hipp Combiotic comes in three versions: HiPP Germany, HiPP Dutch, and HiPP UK.
The answer is much easier than You think and depends mainly on the manufacturing regulations and quality standards that can vary in these countries. The primary and most important difference is the addition of starch and probiotics to formula content.
At the same time, these differences make the baby formula more accessible for parents to choose the right one exactly for their baby’s needs.
Hipp Dutch Stages
Hipp Dutch means that it is primarily a baby formula explicitly developed for the Netherlands to meet the needs of consumers. There are three stages of HIPP Combiotic Dutch:
HIPP Dutch stage 1 is suitable for babies from birth to 6 months and contains probiotics and prebiotics that make it close to breast milk.
HIPP Dutch stage 2 is suitable for babies from 6 months and does not contain starch and soy, unlike HIPP UK. As well as stage 1, this stage also includes probiotics for providing easier digestion.
HIPP Dutch stage 3 is suitable for babies from 12 months. The main difference at this stage is adding Soy Lecithin to the ingredients of the formula.
The only external difference from the German and UK versions is the packaging of baby formula. Both versions come in boxes between 600-800 grams compared to HIPP Dutch (all stages), and come in 900 grams cans.