Abbott Nutrition Similac Infant Formula for Spit Up, Powder, 19.5 oz (68086)
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Abbott Nutrition Similac Infant Formula for Spit Up, Powder, 19.5 oz (68086)

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Abbott Nutrition Similac® Infant Formula for Spit Up, Powder, 19.5 oz.

A 19 Cal/fl oz, nutritionally complete, milk-based, iron-fortified infant formula for use as a supplement or alternative to breastfeeding.

Similac For Spit-Up* infant formula has been clinically shown to reduce spit-up frequency in healthy infants by 54%.† 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 was the first leading infant formula brand with no artificial growth hormones§ and is the #1 infant formula brand chosen by parents.?

* Not for infants or children with galactosemia.

  • REDUCES SPIT-UP BY 54%: Made with rice starch and clinically shown to reduce spit-up frequency in healthy infants by 54%†
  • EASY TO DIGEST: Similac For Spit-Up* infant formula is non-GMO,‡ easy to digest, and suitable for babies with lactose sensitivity
  • SUPPORTS BABY’S BRAIN & EYE DEVELOPMENT: Features our exclusive blend of DHA, lutein, and vitamin E, special ingredients found in breast milk that are important for helping to support baby’s brain and eye development
  • TRUSTED FORMULA: Similac is the #1 brand chosen by parents?
  • MIXING TIPS: The rice starch in this formula mixes more slowly & may look “grainy;” this is normal & shouldn’t affect feeding

* Not for infants or children with galactosemia.
† Among healthy 2-month-old infants, compared to standard milk-based formula.
‡ Ingredients not genetically engineered.
§ No significant difference has been shown between milk derived from rbST-treated and non-rbST-treated cows.
? Total US infant formula, all outlets as of 6/2020, Nielsen data.