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Read what our customers have to say about their experience with and how the formula helped in their babies’ lives


"My daughter, Tes, has always been gassy. We tried so many local formulas but nothing was really helping. Thanks to Linda, she helped us choose the right formula for our baby. After about 1 week on HiPP, Tes no longer has gas issues. Thank you!!"

- Rosa Loughman, California

"After hearing about European baby formulas and with so many different brands available, it was getting quite difficult for us to find the right formula. The team at helped us choose the best formula for our baby. And trust me, we asked a lot of questions as we were clueless."

- Beverly M. Solomon, Washington

Finding the Right Baby Formula

Every parent is trying to do the best for their baby to support their growth both physically and mentally. Good nutrition is one of the pillars of healthy development for infants in the first year of life. 

While breast milk is the ideal food for infants, breastfeeding is not always possible for many mothers. Finding a high quality formula to provide an alternative is essential for those that cannot breastfeed. But with so many options on the market, it can be difficult to know which formula is best. 

Your formula choice needs to be personalized for your baby’s age, nutritional needs, personal preferences, intolerances and/or allergies, and the advice of your pediatrician. Luckily, there are many excellent options available for infant formula on the market, particularly the organic baby formula brands that originate from Europe.

What are the benefits of organic baby formula?

Organic infant formulas must use a certain number of organic ingredients in their formulation and meet other specific criteria to utilize this label. The specifics of which formulas can be called organic are determined by a country’s regulatory body, such as the FDA in the United States or the EU organic commission. 

While there are both US and European-based brands that make organic baby formulas, generally European infant formulas are considered superior due to the regulations of the EU Commission being some of the strictest in the world. 

The main benefit of organic formula is that there is less risk of exposure to pesticides and chemicals. While standard formulas are not “poisonous” or loaded with toxic chemicals harmful to your baby, reducing the toxic load from pesticides and chemicals by choosing an organic formula may provide parents some peace of mind in a toxic world.

Organic formulas are also: 

  • Lower in antibiotics
  • Free of GMOs and artificial preservatives
  • No added hormones 
  • Made from animals fed an organic diet
  • Product must contain 95% organic ingredients

Due to the strict regulation of standard and organic baby formula, nutritionally they are not that different. All infant formulas must provide 100% of the nutritional needs required to support infant growth. 

But, the ingredients used to meet those needs can vary. For example, many US-based formulas use corn syrup as a source of carbohydrates, which has been linked to an increased incidence of chronic disease and obesity. Whereas European formulas frequently use lactose for carbohydrates, making them more similar to breast milk. 

Overall, most organic formula brands tend to choose ingredients with fewer potential downsides, when compared to traditional non-organic formulas. 

Differences between European and US baby formula

When selecting an infant formula for your baby, which is best? European or US baby formula? There are a few differences to note between these popular choices.

European and US regulations around required ingredients are slightly different. In general, EU standards are considered stricter than US standards. One study that evaluated formulas from both regions found differences in nutritional composition in 16 of 17 formulas they compared. 

The differences are primarily related to ingredients that are allowed in the formulas, as well as the number of specific nutrients in the formula. For example, European baby formulas do not allow the addition of corn syrup and require that a certain amount of the carbohydrate come from lactose. 

It is believed that lactose is a better choice for babies, as it is also the main carbohydrate in breast milk. Whereas, many US-based formulas use corn syrup as the main ingredient in the product, which is allowed by the FDA.

As far as nutritional differences, some European formulas do not meet the FDA’s requirement for iron, which is 1 mg per 100 calories of formula. The EU only requires 0.2 mg per serving. 

But, many European infant formulas are designed for infants of a specific age (i.e. 0-6 months or 6-12 months), whereas US formulas are made to cover the whole first year of life from 0-12 months. Infants below 6 months of age do not have high iron requirements as they are born with all the iron they need, so European baby formula is actually more tailored to an infant’s needs at a particular stage. 

DHA levels differ as well. DHA is an essential fatty acid required for brain and eye development. The FDA does not require the addition of DHA in infant formula, although many infant formulas do contain this ingredient. In contrast, many European formulas have high levels of this essential fat. 

Some of the differences between US and European-based formulas may just be related to a different interpretation of the scientific research around infant nutrition. Overall, due to the strictness of the requirements in the EU, European formulas may be a closer match to most infants’ nutritional needs. 

Types of Organic Baby Formulas Available

Just like in the US, European infant formulas are based on different types of animal or plant proteins. These are the main types of organic infant formulas available:

Cow’s milk

Cow’s milk is a standard ingredient used to make infant formula. It is a source of all the essential amino acids infants need and has a pleasant taste. But some infants may not be able to tolerate or are allergic to the large protein molecules found in cow milk formulas. This can lead to digestive upset, fussiness, or allergic reactions.

Some organic infant formulas, such as Holle’s line, make cow’s milk formula made from A2 milk. A2 is a different type of protein found in cows of a specific genetic lineage. There is some evidence that A2 milk may have more health benefits than standard A1 milk. 

Goat’s milk

Goat’s milk is not as common in US-based infant formulas as it is in Europe, but has been found to be a good alternative for infants with an intolerance to cow’s milk. Goat’s milk is higher in A2 casein, which as discussed, may have some health benefits. But, goat’s milk is not a substitute for infants with allergies or lactose intolerance, as they may still react to this type of milk. Goat’s milk also has a slightly different taste, which some infants may reject. 


There are limited options in the United States for vegan infant formulas. Most vegetarian formulas are soy-based. Most of the soy in the US is not only genetically modified, there is some concern over the impact of the estrogen-like substances in soy called phytoestrogens. These substances may have a negative impact on the hormonal development of infants, but the research remains unclear. 

European brands have been more innovative in the development of plant-based vegan products using hydrolyzed rice protein instead of soy. Rice does not have the same potential hormonal downsides as soy and is not genetically modified.

Hypoallergenic formula

A hypoallergenic formula is made from cow’s milk that is hydrolyzed or broken down. When large protein molecules enter the digestive system in smaller pieces, they can be easier to digest and are less likely to cause an allergic reaction in sensitive infants. Hypoallergenic formulas are generally only used if an infant needs this type of specialty product, as they can be more expensive due to the additional processing they must undergo.

Anti-reflux formula

Anti-reflux formulas are made from cow’s milk but are thicker than typical formulas. Thickening the formula is usually accomplished by adding a type of fiber or gum, which helps the formula sit in the stomach, preventing spit-up.

Stages of European baby formulas

Unlike the United States, where formulas are made for infants ages 0-12 months, European formulas are broken up by stages. Here are the stages you may find in European baby formulas:

Stage 1 formula

Stage 1 formula is for infants ages 0-6 months. This may also be referred to as infant milk or some brands use the term PRE. Stage 1 formulas are designed to be used as a sole source of nutrition for younger infants or as a supplement to breastfeeding.

These formulas are typically lower in iron because most infants are born with iron stores and do not need much supplemental iron.

Stage 2 formula

Stage 2 formulas are also sometimes called follow-on formulas. They are designed to meet the needs of infants ages 6-12 months (sometimes 6-10 months as in the case of Holle). 

They are meant for infants who are starting to eat some solid foods in addition to formula. They have higher amounts of certain nutrients, like iron to help meet the increasing needs of moving and growing infants.

Stage 3 formula

Stage 3 formulas are made for toddlers ages 12 months and up. They are not designed to meet 100% of a child’s nutritional needs, as they should be getting most of their nutrients from solid food at this stage of development. 

These formulas are used to supplement a child’s diet, for those who may not be transitioning as quickly to solid foods, or who don’t yet have a varied diet. Speak to your pediatrician to determine if your child needs a stage 3 formula.

Common Ingredients in European baby formulas

While not all European infant formula brands use the exact same ingredients, there are some that are more common in EU formulas. These include: 

  • DHA is an essential fat from fish oil or algae
  • ARA, another essential fat for the development
  • Lactose, making the formula more similar to breast milk
  • Maltodextrin as a carbohydrate source
  • Prebiotics, such as galactooligosaccharides
  • Probiotics, some sourced directly from breast milk
  • Hydrolyzed rice protein for vegan formulas

Keep in mind that all formulas on the market must include all of the essential macro- and micronutrients nutrients infants need. The difference is the selection of the specific ingredients to meet these needs.

Ingredients not found in European baby formulas

Organic European infant formulas do not use ingredients common in some US baby formulas. Some of these include:

  • Corn syrup
  • Soy
  • Genetically modified organisms (GMOs)
  • Added sugars
  • Artificial coloring or other ingredients
  • Pesticides
  • Hormones
  • Iron- some have lower amounts that US brands

Overall, the ingredients that are not found in European formulas are what makes them a superior choice to many US formula choices.

Best Organic Baby Formula Brands

Here is a brief introduction to the top organic baby formula brands from Europe.


Holle is a Swiss company that has been making top quality infant formula for over 80 years. It is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of natural, organic infant formula and baby food.

The brand’s quality starts from where it sources its ingredients. It only works with biodynamic, environmentally responsible farms that put organic farming and animal welfare first. Holle was the first formula brand to receive the Demeter certification for sustainability. The Biodynamic Federation Demeter is a movement of farmers, researchers, and manufacturers committed to developing standards for biodynamic farming. 

The brand is focused on locally sourcing the ingredients as closely as possible to the manufacturing facility as a way of ensuring eco-friendly manufacturing practices. 

Holle takes great care with their manufacturing process as well. The products are made in Austria using ISO-certified technology, a system of standards that guarantees quality.

Additionally, each product is carefully formulated to only include healthy ingredients for your infant. All products are free of: 

  • BPA
  • Artificial flavors or colors
  • Preservatives
  • Refined sugar
  • Salt
  • Corn syrup
  • Soy
  • Gluten
  • Genetically modified ingredients

Holle carries a variety of formulas made from different types of protein. These include a line of standard cow’s milk formula, A2 cow’s milk, and goat’s milk (Dutch and German) made for each stage of a child’s development through age 3. At this time Holle does not have any vegan formulas. 


HiPP is a German infant formula company that has been a leader in the industry for over 100 years. It was founded by Joseph Hipp to help his wife who was struggling with breastfeeding.

HiPP now has over 260 infant and baby care products, including formula, food, and skincare products. Many of the products are certified organic by the EU Commission and also carry their own organic seal. This means all of the formulas are ethically sourced and free of preservatives, GMOs, and artificial colors. Similar to Holle, HiPP is committed to organic, ethical, and sustainable farming practices good for your baby and the planet.

HiPP formulas come in many different varieties made from cow and goat’s milk, designed for various stages of development. It also has a line of hypoallergenic and anti-reflux formulas. HiPP does not have any vegan or vegetarian formulas.

While no formula can completely replicate breastmilk, HiPP prides itself on making a formula that is a close second. The protein ratio and carbohydrate sources are based on what is found naturally in breast milk. 

One unique feature of HiPP formula is that many of its formulations contain both pre-and probiotics. Prebiotics are a type of fiber that healthy gut bacteria love to eat. They are known to support the health of a developing digestive system. The probiotics found in HiPP are from a proprietary strain of Lactobacillus sourced directly from breast milk.  


Jovie is an organic infant formula brand that exclusively makes formula from goat’s milk. Based in the Netherlands, Jovie is committed to making high quality infant feeding products that are free of palm oil and maltodextrin, two ingredients that can be found in competitors’ products. 

Jovie takes the organic certification seriously, ensuring that all its ingredients are pure and as close to nature as possible. Similar to its competitors, the brand is also committed to minimizing its environmental impact through sustainability and quality ingredient sourcing.

The first ingredient in all of Jovie’s products is whole organic goat’s milk. Not only is goat’s milk easier to digest, but it is also a source of protein, essential fats, and prebiotics. The goat’s milk is tested to ensure it is free of hormones, antibiotics, pesticides, or other harmful ingredients. 

The exclusion of palm oil and maltodextrin makes Jovie stand out from its competitors. Palm oil is not considered a sustainable ingredient. There are some concerns that it may interfere with nutrient absorption, but at this time it is considered safe for infant formula.

Maltodextrin is commonly used as a source of carbohydrates in infant formula. But there is some concern that its rapid digestion may cause digestive problems for some infants. 

Similar to other organic infant formulas, Jovie is free of GMOs, artificial ingredients, sugar, corn syrup, and preservatives. 


Prémibio is a French organic infant formula company that has a unique product line. Established in 2006, the brand started with a formula that was free of palm oil due to its concern over the sustainability of this ingredient and other health issues. All Prémibio products are free of GMOs, artificial ingredients, preservatives, and flavors. 

Since its initial cow’s milk formula, Prémibio has expanded its line to include goat’s milk and vegan formulas. The brand carries formulas to meet the nutritional needs of infants from birth to toddlerhood.

Premiriz, their vegan formula, is unique in that it uses hydrolyzed rice protein as a base. All of the ingredients in Premiriz are from plant-based sources. 

With the omission of palm oil, Prémibio uses a blend of vegetable oils including coconut, canola, rapeseed, and sunflower. DHA is sourced from algae, instead of fish oil, another unique feature of the brand. 


BebeM is a French brand that was the first to create a 100% plant-based formula for infants. The formulas are designed for infants with allergies to cow or goat’s milk or for families who prefer a vegan or vegetarian option without soy. 

All of BebeM’s formulas are 100% vegan and certified organic. For example, they source DHA from algae instead of fish. Vitamins and minerals also come from plant-based sources. For example, vitamin D is sourced from lichen and vitamin C comes from acerola berries.

Hydrolyzed rice protein is used as the main source of protein, but additional essential amino acids are added to ensure the protein is complete. 

Agriculture Biologique is a voluntary certification in France. BebeM products have the AB seal which means they meet strict agricultural and manufacturing requirements.

BebeM makes vegan formulas designed to meet the nutritional needs of infants from birth to 12 months and beyond. Its vitamin and mineral content is exactly like other animal-based formulas. 

All formulas are free from GMOs, preservatives, corn syrup, and antibiotics. It is also from major food allergens including wheat, soy, egg, milk, and gluten. 


European infant formulas are high quality products that provide excellent nutrition for infant feeding. One important difference is that, unlike US formulas, European formulas are designed for infants of a specific age. It’s essential to always feed your infant a formula that is appropriate for their developmental stage. 

Overall, you can trust the quality of the ingredients and manufacturing processes of the organic infant formula brands from Europe. 

One last thing to keep in mind, not every formula is right for every infant. Some infants have allergies or intolerances that make it challenging to find the right formula. Therefore, before selecting a formula, it’s important to discuss the best choice with your pediatrician.


While all infant formulas must meet certain standards, organic baby formula can be considered “better”. Organic formulas must be free of GMOs, added hormones, and pesticides. Many organic formula manufacturers also take additional steps to improve the quality of their products, by avoiding certain undesirable ingredients or ensuring that every ingredient comes from the best possible source. 

Breast milk remains the best source of nutrition for all infants. But breastfeeding is not always possible. While there are no formulas that can completely replicate its benefits, many high quality brands like Holle and HiPP do try to emulate the nutritional composition of breast milk. 

Infant formulas are closely regulated in both the United States and Europe, therefore they can all be considered “safe”. But there are concerns with any commercial product and some may add ingredients that families wish to avoid. Choosing an organic formula from a reputable brand is the best way to ensure your infant gets the highest quality product available. 

The best baby formula is the one that is right for your child. A formula should be selected based on brand reputation, developmental stage, family preferences, pediatrician recommendations, allergies, and food intolerances. Sometimes you may have to try a few different formulas before you find the one that is best for your infant. 

The FDA does not approve European formulas as they are not made in the United States. Due to formula shortages, the FDA is working with European formula manufacturers to increase the availability of these products in the United States.

European formula brands are more innovative with ingredients and focused on environmental issues when compared to the majority of US formula brands. Overall, the careful selection of quality ingredients and variety of protein options beyond cow and soy does make European formulas a better choice. 

At this time European baby formula can be purchased via our website. We carry the 5 most popular brands: Holle, HiPP, Jovie, BebeM, and Prémibio.