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Rinal V.
Rinal V. · Goat

Hello, I've been using goat formula for my 3-week-old, but she's been constipated and struggling to pass stool. Could you please provide the contact number for NZ customer service so I can discuss this further?

Karicare
Karicare   DM   

Hi Rinal, please give us a call on 0800 438 500 so we can chat to you about formula options for your baby- thanks, Hilary

Katie M.
Katie M. · Goat 2

Can we order Karicare Goats Milk, Stage 2 for 6 to 12 month old, online and if so where? As this milk is not available in Supermarkets where we live, due to the covid virus around the world and the deliveries to Supermarkets here in New Zealand are delayed.

Rabia Z
Rabia Z  

Its available in bigW and Coles supermarket as well. Thanks

Karicare
Karicare   DM   

Hi Katie, you can buy the Karicare Goat stage 2 online from external link . This is our website so we'll deliver straight to you. If you set up an account, you can order 3 tins a fortnight which is sufficient for normal use. Warm regards, Caroline - Careline Nutritionist

أم م.
أم م. · Goat 2

Hi ,My daughter has corn allergy is karicare goat 2 safe for her ?

أم م.
أم م.  

Sydney

Karicare
Karicare   DM   

Hi there, The Karicare Goat stage 2 product does not contain any ingredients derived from corn. Please feel free to get in contact with the Nutricia Careline on 1800 438 500 if you have further queries. Kind regards, Saskia

Melanie W.
Melanie W. · Goat 3

Has the ingredient changed since the package changed for caricature goat 3? I twins use to drink it, but they refuse to drink it now.

Mrs Pace
Mrs Pace  

They sure did! I had an old tin and the new tin and did a comparison of both, new tins have more fat in them and few other ingredients changed and they reduced amount you give too, my bub was constipated and hungry

Karicare
Karicare   DM   

Hi Melanie, We have adjusted the formulation of the Karicare Goat 3 milk and these changes are reflected in the Nutrition Information Panel (NIP) and ingredients list. The proportion of Goat milk solids has changed and this has altered the amounts of some naturally occurring components of the milk – the fat, carbohydrate, magnesium and iodine levels. We have also made minor adjustments to some of the vitamins and minerals in line with our other toddler milks and have also decreased the protein level. Your little one's may be sensitive to the difference in taste, therefore it can be helpful to mix the old product with the new product in the same bottle for a few days to help transition. Please feel free to give Nutricia Careline a call on 1800 438 500 (AUS) or 0800 438 500 (NZ) to discuss further if you would like. Kind regards, Saskia

Sheila Q.
Sheila Q. · Goat

Hi could you please confirm if it contains corn or soy in stage 1 and 2 it says citric acid which can be derived from corn so just wondering if you could confirm please thanks

Komal Mubeen
Komal Mubeen · Goat

Is it halal?

Karicare
Karicare   DM   

Hi Komal, Currently none of our products are Halal certified. However, when sourcing raw materials we do source Halal certifiable ingredients as far as possible. However none of the ingredients we buy are actually certified as Halal for us since this involves additional cost for us. I trust this answers your question but please give us a ring on our toll-free number 1800 438 500 and one of our dietitians/nutritionists/midwives will be happy to assist you.
Nutricia Careline

Shy
Shy · Goat

I can’t find anywhere that tells me WHAT vegetable oils are used. Is there an answer for this?

Karicare
Karicare   DM   

Hi Shy, The Karicare Goat 1 formula has an oil blend made up of canola, sunflower and high oleic sunflower oil. If you would like any further information please give us a ring on our toll-free number 1800438500 and one of our dietitians/nutritionists/midwives will be happy to assist you.
Thanks – Nutricia Careline

Akenehi S
Akenehi S · Goat

How much formula do i use for 150ml fluid?

Karicare
Karicare   DM   

Hi there Akenehi S. The Karicare + Goat Milk 1 contains a scoop that will measure the correct amount of powder to add to 50ml of cooled boiled water. Therefore to make with 150ml of water, add 3 loosely packed and levelled scoops, swirl and rock to mix. This ensures that baby gets the nutrition described on the package.- Nutricia Careline

Shejuti
Shejuti · Goat 1

We gave our 3 months old karicare+goat 1 , bt he got constipated and windy .

What can I do? Should I try different form of karicare?

Lina G
Lina G · Goat 1

Where can I buy karicare+goat 1? We been in Walmart , superstore and life style but no luck to find it.

benny
benny · Goat 1

hallo i have three years old daughter, can i give karicare goat 3 for her? is it suit for 3 years old? thanks

Svetlanamari
Svetlanamari  

It does say Stage 3 is suitable from 1 year but a 3-year old might need more advanced nutrision..I would give the manufactorer a call, just look it up on the Karicare's website..

minnie100
minnie100 · Goat 1

Can formula be prepared , kept in the fridge or cooler and fed with in a certain amount of hours?

A2017
A2017 · Goat 1

Why is it after only a few shakes (we have not shaken it rigorously), the formula gets super frothy with lots of air bubbles? We have to let it sit for a very long time before some of the air bubbles go away and can give it to our bub. We've shook it the same way we have with other formulas and not had the same issue. Just want to know we haven't purchased a bad batch

Karicare
Karicare   DM   

Hello A2017, thank you for your question. If you could please contact us on 1800 438 500, we would be more than happy to discuss with you the natural characteristics of our Karicare+ Goat Infant Formula. We look forward to hearing from you soon! - Nutricia Careline

Aqsa
Aqsa · Goat 1

Hi i just want to know karicare+goat milk stage 1 is halal?

Karicare
Karicare   DM   

Hi Aqsa, please contact the Careline via email/livechat (www.karinourish.com.au) or call 1800 258 268. Kind regards - Nutricia Careline

Kashlyn
Kashlyn · Goat 1

Does this formula contain any cows milk proteins?

Blossom
Blossom  

No. Not as far as I know. We no longer have to tin to check it.

Karicare
Karicare   DM   

Hello Kashlyn, our Karicare+ Goat Milk products do not contain any cows milk proteins. If you would like anymore information on our products, please give us a call on on 1800 438 500. Kind Regards, Nutricia Careline.

JayJay
JayJay · Goat 1

My daughter is 11 weeks old and has bad eczema. Have you had any feedback on whether this formula relieves eczema at all?

Karicare
Karicare   DM   

Hi Jayjay, sorry to hear baby is struggling with eczema. Please contact us via external link  (email, phone, or livechat) or call us on 1800 438 500. Thanks - Nutricia Careline

L thom
L thom · Goat 1

How long does a tin of karicare goats milk formula last once opened, thankyou.

Karicare
Karicare   DM   

Hi L Thom the formula will need to be used within 4 weeks of opening. Thanks – Nutricia Careline

Bun
Bun · Goat 1

Why the lactose from cows milk in your ingredients? Also would be interested to understand why only 43% goat milk solids? Can I interpret your statement that "goats milk is a characterising ingredient" to mean that cow milk intolerant infants should not use?

Karicare
Karicare   DM   

Hi Bun, In the Karicare Goat 1 lactose from cows milk is used to add carbohydrate content as Goat milk lactose is not available. The Goat milk solid content is formulated to ensure that the product meets the FSANZ (Food Standards Australia New Zealand) requirements for nutritional content as safe for babies. Cows' milk and goat milk proteins are 92.5% cross reactive, so you are correct in assuming that the Karicare Goat is considered medically unsuitable for babies with a reaction to cows milk protein. We always recommend that you discuss infant feeding choices with your Health Care Professional but feel free to give us a ring on our toll-free number 1800 258 268 and one of our Dietitians or Nutritionists will be happy to assist you further.

Thanks - Karicare

Brandi Clay
Brandi Clay · Goat 1

My baby is 3 months he throws up all the time cries with his tummy, would this help him?

Ali
Ali  

This is hard to answer as every baby is different. I tried so many formulas because she was constipated and unsettled. She never vomited though. It was very good for her tummy, much less grizzling and much happier. You should ask doctor or paed if his vomiting doesn't get better.

Tamara
Tamara  

I have definitely found this formula better than any full cows milk formula, but maybe jist confirm that there arent any traces of cow products as my daughter was highly reactive to any cow products! My third seems happier on this product but some changes in his stools for prolonged use - i only use this as an occasional supplement, which is a bonus that i can otherwise feed in between. It must be hard balancing feeds when its the sole nutrition, my best wishes.

Palm11
Palm11 · Goat 1

Why is this formula very watery? Seems to go through my baby and she wakes hourly around the clock! Thanks

Karicare
Karicare   DM   

Hi Palm11, Sorry to hear about your issue. Please give us a ring on our toll-free number 1800 258 268 so we can discuss how you're preparing the formula and see what's been going on. One of our dieticians/nutritionists/midwives will be happy to assist you.

Thanks - Karicare Careline

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