Lidl Infant Formula With Iron vs. Enfamil Infant Formula with Iron

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Some small differences but similar overall.

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*All infant formula is regulated by the FDA, however, Store Brand Formula isn't like other store brand products, such as ketchup or canned peaches. Even though Store Brand Formula costs up to half the price, it has to be equal to the name-brand in terms of nutritional quality, quantity and safety because it is considered a sole source of nutrition.* Testers preferred the packaging of the store brand for its convenient scoop holder and leveler for easy measuring, which the name brand lacked. The store brand has a slightly sweeter taste, but it's not overpowering. Both formulas appeared to dissolve the same with minimal bubbles and no residue on the bottom. For similarity and better price, we would easily make the switch to the store brand!

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