Kabrita is safe and supports healthy growth: large double-blind randomized controlled trial
Kabrita goat milk formula is a valuable alternative for infants with GI symptoms associated with cow’s milk
Kabrita reduces gastrointestinal discomfort
Lower gastrointestinal complaints after switching to Kabrita
Infants fed Kabrita show a healthy growth – clinical trial
Infants infants fed Kabrita show a healthy growth – consumer survey
Protein Digestion and Quality of Kabrita
Protein digestion of Kabrita – part 2
Kabrita’s goat milk naturally contains oligosaccharides
Goat Milk Oligosaccharides: Their Diversity, Quantity, and Functional Properties
Kabrita supports healthy development of the gut microbiota
The effect of calcium palmitate on bacteria associated with infant gut
Kabrita formula scores significantly better on overall sensory characteristics
Infographic: Goat facts
Infographic: History of Infant Formula
Safety & growth
Infographic – goat milk proteins
infographic – whey/casein proteins
Infographic – whey dominant formula
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