DHA: Docosahexaenoic acid; MFGM: Milk fat globule membrane; PHP: Partially hydrolysed protein
▲Compared to previous formulation. Enfagrow A+ provides 105mg DHA in 3 servings per day. ▪Compared to Enfagrow A+ Formulation. ♦FAO/WHO recommends daily dietary DHA intake of 10-12mg/kg body weight for children 12-24 months or 100-150mg DHA+EPA for children 2-4 years old. +Claim based on information aggregated and reported in part from data supplied by Nielson through its retail measurement services and in part from data inputs from other suppliers for Children Nutrition segment (M.IN defined) the 12 month period March 2020 (rolling MAT), for the defined MJN geographic focus.
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