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on January 28, 2016
I'm a chemist and, interestingly, I've worked with the removal of hexane from powdered formula. Hexane evaporates much quicker than water (almost twice as quick) and when we put formula under air pressure via a vacuum seal, the water and hexane evaporate. If your baby formula is completely lacking liquid (which it is) when you open it, there is basically no chance of there being any hexane in it. If there is no water, no chance of even trace amounts of hexane being left. If quality control is bad and some how the formula is contaminated with hexane, you may get very trace amounts of it that are so insignificant that it basically has no affect on the body. Something like less than 15 parts out of a billion. My wife's milk production has decreased so we will be supplementing with this formula. Don't let hexane scare you. There are much more toxic aspects of your baby's environment than formula which contains DHA extracted with hexane.
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on December 20, 2017
Both babies have been fed this and are doing great. Btw to all the Corn Syrup reviewers—-

“Corn syrup is generally only the number one ingredient in sensitive formulas. They use it because they have to have a sugar (lactose is the sugar in breastmilk and regular formulas), and babies who are sensitive to milk proteins can't have lactose. The other alternatives are much more expensive, so corn syrup is generally the choice. Corn syrup is NOT the same thing as high fructose corn syrup. Babies use all of their calories for growth and development, anyway, so it's not like adults where extra sugars turn into fat.”
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on September 1, 2017
I LOVVEEE this formula! Too much I think. Both of my babies have loved this stuff and had no tummy issues after switching. I tried every single type out there for baby number two before switching to this more expensive one, and she seems to have no tummy issues now that we made this final switch. No other formula holds a candle when it comes to colic, reflux, gas, or babies in pain crying. This formula is like magic. It just blows that it costs so much. But it's nice to get it in a four pack, then on subscribe and save with other items it makes it $85 for 4. Can't beat $21 a can with all the discounts applied! I wish I had amazon prime with my first baby, I was paying $29-$31 per can at babies r us. Amazon, I hope you guys cluster up the larger sized cans for more discounts, this momma sure would buy it!
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on April 28, 2016
Organic Consumers Association Sues Two Infant Formula Makers for Falsely Labeling Products Organic.

"The lawsuit against Hain Celestial alleges that the company’s Earth’s Best brands including Organic Infant Formula, Organic Soy Infant Formula, Organic Sensitivity Infant Formula and Organic Toddler Formula are all falsely labeled organic because they contain a spectacular array of ingredients that are non-agricultural and non-organic, all of which are prohibited under OPPA. For example, of the 48 ingredients in Earth’s Best Organic Infant Formula alone, more than half violate USDA Organic Standards."
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on August 28, 2017
As new parents we spent HOURS researching formulas. Breastfeeding didn't work out for us, and that was our number one option, so when it came down to formula, we wanted to make the absolute best choice possible. We started out with the Honest Company sensitive formula, but it was constipating our baby. We tried the Bliss grass-fed stuff and it gave her horrible gas. We finally bought a can of Earth's Best sensitivity at Target and she LOVES it. She has wonderful digestion, very little gas/spit-up. The Amazon price is an AMAZING deal too. We got it on subscribe and save and are saving at least $100/month. So happy we found this product! Two thumbs up! :)
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on April 22, 2017
I used this to supplement my breastfeeding baby and my baby took it very well: no gas, no spit-up. Love it!
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on November 6, 2016
My baby normally really likes this formula (purchased from the grocery store) but we decided to purchase through Amazon for the convenience and cheaper price. We just switched to the new container purchased from Amazon tonight and baby refused to drink it. We noticed that is smelled and tasted very different (in a very bad way) than the container purchased from the grocery store- reminded us of Enfamil formula, which our baby HATES. Makes us very concerned about the quality and integrity of this product. Will never purchase this product from Amazon again.
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on October 11, 2017
I exclusively pump, but my son is going through a growth spurt and I'm not keeping up with him. I decided to supplement 1 or 2 feeds of formula. He was supplemented with Similac Total Comfort in the NICU, but I wanted something organic and with less lactose since he's gassy.

Unfortunately he vomited this formula each time we tried it. I'm super bummed that he didn't tolerate it, especially because it's touted as gentle. Back to Similac we go I guess..
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on September 27, 2017
My son was breast feed for the first six months of his life. Once he hit that six month mark he wanted to eat more and more so we decided to give him this baby formula. We both spent a lot of time researching all the different baby formulas available in the United States and this was one of the healthiest with the least amount of additives.
Now this one doesn't quite meet he European standards but its the best your going to get in the States.
Having said that our baby has been doing really good on this formula. He seems to still be growing at a steady rate so the formula is producing enough essential vitamins and nutrients for him.
He is 7 months old now and burns through one of these 23 oz cans in a week. I order a new can every time he gets low and the can always arrives right in time. Shipping is always on time, the normal two days with prime. I think maybe the last can came late though, I remember having to run to the store to buy some because my order hadn't arrived when it was supposed to.
We prefer to give our son this formula because it doesn't have the added DHA like some of their other products or many of the other brands on the market. I would recommend this formula to anyone and will continue to order it for my son once a week until he is done relying of formula.
If you decide to go with this formula I promise you wont be disappointed in what it has to offer or how well your babies little belly will take to it.
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on December 6, 2017
My husband and I have made sure that both of our children have, what we believe to be, the best start in life. We've chose to go as organic/natural as possible within the first couple years or their lives. With our first child we used Earth's Best organic formula in the red can and he thrived. With our second child, our doctor found the original formula to be too harsh on his stomach, so he suggested we switch to a sensitive version. What a difference this formula has made for his tiny tummy! I also love that I get such a deal purchasing in bulks of four.
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