Important Notice

The information on this website is intended for health care professionals only.

The information on this website is intended to give health care professionals a better understanding of infant nutrition. The information on this website is not a medical advice.

Ausnutria acknowledges that breastfeeding is the best way to feed infants aged 0-6 months and supports prolonging breastfeeding to 24 months (two years old).



Online expert meeting – Nutrition in Early Life: Implications and Management of Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders

The Ausnutria Nutrition Institute organised it’s second online expert meeting entitled “Nutrition in Early Life: Implications and Management of Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders” with: – Prof. Dr. Yvan Vandenplas, Professor of pediatrics and the head of the pediatric hospital “Kidz Health Castle” at the University Hospital in Brussels, Belgium, on “The development of infant digestive system and it’s …

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At Ausnutria we are committed and driven to keep developing ourselves and our products by further exploring the field of infant and dairy nutrition research. We bring the knowledge and the latest scientific insights we gain together within Ausnutria Nutrition Institute.

Goat milk & infant nutrition

Goats were the first animals to be domesticated. Through the centuries the benefits of goat milk did not remain unnoticed. As scientific methodologies became more established research into the field confirmed many of the well believed benefits. Even back then, people knew that breastfeeding was the best source of nutrition for infants; however, when breastfeeding …

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Ausnutria has a rich history and serves the global infant formula market in many ways.

>100 years

of experience in the production of dairy products


brands owned by Ausnutria


countries are served by Ausnutria's products

“We try to do evidence-based research to make sure we have a product that is safe and sound”

Alfred Haandrikman, PhD - Chief Scientific Officer