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).



History of 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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Human Milk and Infancy

During the early phase of life, infants have a need for human milk which naturally fulfils the specific needs for healthy growth and development. When an infant is breastfed, the digestive and immune system and the gut microbiota can mature in the most natural way.1 The major components of human milk The major components of …

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Gentle nutrition for natural growth and development of infants

The first 1000 days of an infant’s life refers to the period from conception until the child’s second birthday and is an important time for the growth and development of infants. This early phase of life consists of different developmental stages, in which the infant’s body matures and develops. This phase is not only characterized …

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Kabrita is A2 milk by nature

The digestibility of Kabrita is also influenced by the type of β β-casein present in goat milk that is used to produce the formula. There are different variants of β-casein, which are said to have certain health consequences. In human milk and mammalian milk, there are two major β-casein variants, namely the A1 β-casein and …

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Natural presence of nucleotides in Kabrita

Another beneficial asset of Kabrita formula is the higher level of naturally occuring nucleotides compared to cow’s milk formula. With these higher naturally occuring nucleotide levels, Kabrita formula resembles human milk more closely than cow’s milk formula does. Nucleotides and their functionality Nucleotides are the building blocks of DNA and are important for energy release …

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Kabrita contains GOS

The Kabrita formula contains galacto-oligosaccharides (GOS), which is an oligosaccharide offering prebiotic effects to the infants.1 There is strong evidence that GOS is beneficial for infants: GOS has been shown to increase the number of bifidobacteria and to reduce the number of clostridium perfinges towards a more balanced gut microbiota composition.2 Moreover, GOS was shown …

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Kabrita contains DHA & AA

Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) is an omega-3-fatty acid and is a primary structural component of the human brain, skin, and eye.1 DHA is crucial during infancy, with the infant growing quickly and the brain developing strongly. DHA in the brain plays an important role in infants’ cognitive, social, emotional and behavioral development. Because infants cannot synthesize …

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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

“As from a young age on I have been passionate about nature and getting the most out of it to nourish life & growth .”

Randolph P. Happe, Ph.D. - Head of Research & Development