Holle organic infant formula with goat milk is free of GMO’s, added sugars, synthetic fertilizers, fluoride, gluten, brown rice syrup, DHA/ARA, and artificial flavors, colors or preservatives.


Why Choose Holle Organic Goat Milk Baby Formula?


  • NO genetically modified ingredients
  • NO added sugars
  • Certified organic by the EU
  • Certified by Demeter International
  • Ingredients sourced from biodynamic or organic farms
  • NO artificial fertilizers or pesticides
  • NO artificial flavors, colors or preservatives


Gold Standard of Organic Baby Formulas


For more than 80 years, Holle has been committed to providing the highest quality feeding options for infants and toddlers across the globe. Holle, one of the oldest baby food manufacturers in Europe, has never compromised on quality and has rejected chemical processing and preservatives from the beginning. Since the company’s inception in 1933, the brand’s philosophy was based on anthroposophical dietary principals and biodynamic quality. Considered the gold standard for organic baby formulas, Holle organic goat milk formula is made using only raw ingredients sourced from Demeter farms, and is delicately processed to ensure the best product is produced.  


Demeter International Label


When you purchase Holle organic goat’s milk infant formula, you know ingredients are sourced from farms with the Demeter brand. Demeter International is a brand for biodynamically produced agriculture. Only partners who comply with the strict regulations outlined by the organization are allowed to use the Demeter seal.


Agriculture sourced from Demeter partners is farmed without the use of synthetic fertilizers or chemical pesticides. Demeter products are also farmed with the future in mind – measures must be taken to respect the integrity of plant life and strengthen the life process of soil. Demeter International is also the only biodynamic certification program that requires livestock to be a mandatory part of the farm organism.


Holle Organic Goat’s Milk Formula Versus Cow’s Milk Infant Formula


When comparing infant formula made with goat’s milk and cow’s milk, it may be difficult to know what formula is better for baby. Expect in cases where an infant is lactose intolerant, there is no right or wrong choice, but the difference between goat’s milk and cow’s milk may have an affect on baby’s digestive system. 


One of the biggest differences between goat’s milk and cow’s milk is fat content or more specifically, the size of the fat molecule. Goat’s milk contains about the same amount of fat as cow’s milk; however, the size of the fat molecule is considerably smaller. Smaller fat molecules are easier to digest and therefore, make goat’s milk a better option for babies with digestive problems.


Goat’s milk and cow’s milk both contain protein, but goat’s milk is much lower in alpha S1 casein (one of the four casein proteins found in dairy). Goat’s milk contains approximately 89 percent less alpha S1 casein than cow’s milk. Large amounts of alpha S1 casein can cause digestive problems in newborns and increase a newborn’s risk of developing sensitivity to dairy products later in life.


Holle Organic Infant Formula with Goat Milk Usage


Because breast milk is the ideal food for babies, Holle recommends breastfeeding for the first six months. However, they also understand it’s not always possible to provide mother’s milk, which is why their line of baby formulas are suitable from birth onwards.


Holle organic infant formula with goat’s milk 1 – birth to 5 months

Holle organic infant formula with goat’s milk 2 – 6 months to 10 months

Holle organic infant formula with goat’s milk 3 – 10 months to 3 years