Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Giveaway: Perrigo Nutritionals Formula!

We always want the best when it comes to our children and strive to make smart decisions when purchasing necessities. We always had an easy time buying toys, clothes, the right car seat and bedding, but we struggled with formula. With Logan, I used what they gave me in the hospital and with Sam, I supplemented with the same brand because I was familiar with it. It was a strain to buy formula. It can be so expensive! When it comes to feeding your little one you don’t have to look any further than Perrigo Nutritionals store brand infant formulas. A recent study* shows that only 30% of moms are willing to buy store brand products for their babies, but did you know that all infant formulas made in the United States must provide complete nutrition for growing babies and meet FDA requirements for safety, nutrition, and quality? In fact, store brand infant formulas are nutritionally equivalent to similar national formula brands such as Enfamil or Similac, but cost half the price, which can save you about $600 a year.
Perrigo Nutritionals store brand infant formulas, available at retailers, such as Walmart (Parent’s Choice), Target (Up & Up), Kroger (Comforts) and Sam’s Club (Simply Right), adhere to the highest quality standards, so you can feel confident that you have made a smart choice for your baby and save money for the family.
*All results are taken from the Perrigo Nutritionals “Brand” New Mom Study


One reader will win a package containing:

Perrigo Nutritionals store brand infant formula

8oz baby bottle

Fleece baby blanket

Baby bib

To enter, tell me your thoughts on store brand formulas and let me know if you used them. Leave your answer in a comment below!
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Giveaway ends midnight March 6, 2012. Good luck!

Disclosure: Prize pack, information, and giveaway have been provided by Perrigo Nutritionals through MyBlogSpark.

19 comments:

slb3334 said...

I have not used them.

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tavernie said...

No ive never used but would try!

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Vivaciousgold said...

I have used them after the first six months of birth and had no problems

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Sarah G. said...

We regularly use store brand formula. Just as good as name brand, but bigger quantities and less expensive.

Valerie Taylor Mabrey said...

store brands seem more runny
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nicole thoresen said...

I haven't used them.

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Tamar said...

I have never had store brand formula. I haven't heard anything pro or con about it, but I've never tried it.
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Miranda Ward said...

I used the wal mart brand formula and I liked it!

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tanya904 said...

I am expecting soon and plan to use store brand formulas. They seem to be affordable and just as healthy.
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amyd said...

I have not used it and really have no thoughts about it,maybe will try
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Melanie Comello said...

I think store brand formulas are a great option for parents that may not be able to afford the other rather expensive options. Store brands have come a long way, even for the fussy eaters lol.

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tatertot374 said...

I have used them and the ingredients seem to be the same as national brands
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