Products fully supports the principles of the World Health Organisation and advice from Belgian childhood associations such as ONE, Office de la Naissance et de l’Enfance, and Kind en Gezin that breastfeeding provides the best source of nutrition for a baby. represents foods for infants and young children aged from 0-36 months. Appropriate food in the early life is essential for a good growth and development.

Follow-on-formulae | From 6 to 12 months

“Follow-on formula” means food intended for infants when appropriate complementary feeding is introduced and which constitutes the principal liquid element in a progressively diversified diet of such infants.

The nutritional composition of follow-on-formulae is regulated at European level.

Processed cereal-based products and baby foods | From 4 to 36 months

During the weaning period, infants change from a milk-based diet to one made up of a variety of foods and drinks often called complementary foods. A wide range of such products are available on the Belgian market. These foods have a balanced composition to contribute adequately to the nutritional requirements of young children up to 3 years old (e.g. salt levels are kept to a minimum).

European law sets out rules for the composition of weaning products (fat, protein, carbohydrate, vitamins and minerals) including, where necessary, minimum and maximum levels.