I heard that the Aldi formula is a replica of the Heinz one!
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16-07-2014 21:42 #11
16-07-2014 21:47 #12Senior Member
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16-07-2014 21:49 #13
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16-07-2014 21:50 #14
Oh wish we had Aldi here, I can find heinz step 1 and 3 but no step 2 anywhere
16-07-2014 21:51 #15
We use ballamys
16-07-2014 21:52 #16
I used Nan HA Gold with my little one. It's easy to digest and was recommend by the midwives at the hospital I had DD at as it was closest to breast milk and I was mixed feeding. Never had any issues and she's happy and healthy. It was also always available at supermarkets and chemists.
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16-07-2014 22:49 #17
Thanks, I might try bellamys if Heinz doesn't become available in the next few weeks, I still have a bit of time before needing it.
19-07-2014 01:58 #18Senior Member
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Woolworths has confirmed to me that they are no longer stocking the Heinz Nurture .. "not a big seller" was the reason I was given. - This was via their facebook messaging. Given who owns BigW, it wouldn't surprise me if they follow suit.
My son is 7months and been on Heinz since I had to stop BF him. I've swapped him to s26 (not gold) stage 1 and not noticed any change in his feeding. I still have him on the newborn stage as when I moved him to step 2 on Heinz he got very constipated and very unsettled (my daughter had the same reaction with stage 2 formula).
We live regionally, so we don't have a lot of choice. You will find most online chemists have a cap on the number of tins you can buy too (The Chinese were buying up and sending back to family, after their last formula scare), so buying online starts to get expensive if you can't capitalise on postage. S26 is only $3 more a tin than the Heinz, so not too bad.
19-07-2014 07:47 #19
I have a heap of Heinz tins unopened here after changing to goats milk. If anyone in Melbourne is interested in them I'm happy to give them to them.
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