Goat Milk Powder
Goat Milk Powder
Karihome Goat Milk Pre-School Formula
*Formulated for baby’s physical development *Processed to contain the maximum benefits of goat milk.
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We are pleased to unveil our new improved formulation! Now with 4 x more DHA*, natural Sn-2 palmitate, no added sucrose & no palm oil!

The best gift for your growing babies. Karihome Growing-Up Milk is specially formulated to enhance the natural goodness of goat milk. Mums will love the fact that babies will gain directly from its natural nutrition. It's the best start for your precious little ones.

Karihome Goat Milk formulas contain:
• High ẞ-casein and medium chain fatty acids for more efficient digestion and absorption.
• High levels of natural nucleotides that are essential for the overall growth and development.
• DHA and a host of essential vitamins for your child's growing years
• Use of 100% whole goat milk and our gentle processing system preserves more natural nutrition.

And is best for your little one's:
• Brain, eye and physical development
• Overall mental functions
• Bone development
• Maintenance of a healthy digestive system
• Defence system

Goat milk supports a happy tummy. Builds natural defenses from within – giving your little one a great head-start to grow and explore!
  • More probiotics for little ones²

    fed on goat milk formula
  • A2 β-casein and MCT

    easy to digest for little tummies
  • Whole goat milk used

    retain natural milk fat and nutrients
  • Single high temperature heating

    keep A2 β-casein intact

Grow Well, Dream Big!
3 Steps to Build Defenses

Grow Well, Dream Big!
3 Steps to Build Defenses

and Foremost-Harness the Power of Goat Milk

Taking good care of your little one's tummy is the 1st step to build up those crucial defenses. Studies show that those fed on goat milk formula have more 'good' bacteria found in their stools, indicating a healthier gut.

Gut health determines 70% of our bodily defenses¹ More probiotics for those fed on goat milk formula²

Stools of the little ones fed on goat milk formula are found to contain more "Bifidobacteria" .

Key Nutrients in Goat Milk-Better Absorption for Little Tummies

Goat milk protein and milk fat are easy to digest for little tummies, promoting stronger growth.

More A2 ß-casein

Natural goat milk protein mainly consists of A2 ß-casein³ which is gentler and less allergenic⁴

More MCT⁵

MCT can be digested more easily than LCT⁶, thus converting energy faster for your little one to grow.

Natural Nucleotides in Goat Milk = Natural Defenses Levelled Up

Goat milk contains 3 times more natural nucleotides than in regular cow milk⁷ to keep out the "bad stuff".

Build a stronger foundation⁸

Studies show milk formulas fortified with nucleotides enhance infants' developing immune system⁸

NutriKept Technology
Retains Bioactive Nutrition

NutriKept Technology
Retains Bioactive Nutrition

Whole Goat Milk Used

Karihome uses unskimmed whole goat milk to preserve its natural bioactive characteristics such as Sn-2 PA and medium chain fatty acids (MCT).

Single High Temperature Heating

Over-heating changes protein structure, making digestion harder. Our formula only undergoes high-temperature heating once, preserving its natural structure, and preventing buildup of harmful AGEs⁹

Less Processed – Preserving Natural Goodness

Most milk formula in the market use skimmed milk and complex processes to maximize economic value. Karihome, however, stands firm to the belief that whole foods are still the best.

Karihome Supports All-round
Development for Your Little One

Karihome Supports
All-round Development for Your Little One

While retaining the natural goodness of goat milk, Karihome is a top quality formula that ensures wholesome nutrition for your little ones.
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