The History of Formula Business

The History of Formula Business

Dairy business is a promising business. Dairy business has become a family business. The business growing faster since the demand of formula is growing waster too. Since more than two centuries ago, many American dairy companies are built and expanded worldwide. They market their products all over around the world. They made many innovations on the products. That is why; US Food and Drug Administration are checking the standard of formula milk regularly. Many manufacturer needs to meet the standard before they store it in the grocery. The standard is necessary to be met to make the formula does not harm baby’s health.

In the mid of 1800, human tried to found the substitute of human breast milk. They tried to formulate the milk that contained the essence of breast milk. In the mid of 19 centuries, human was begun to introduce the first formula milk. The researcher was trying to mix liquid that contain wheat with malt flour. They mix it with cow’s milk and then cooked it with bicarbonate of potash. The process is successful and begun to another research steps to make the formula milk familiar for most of the people.
In 1951, the first non-powder formula was hitting the market and suddenly become popular and after 1950, formula milk started to become the substitute of breast milk. Human started to feed formula on their baby.

Those are the brief story of formula from its development to its era nowadays. It is important for mom and parents to know the history about formula. It can make them smart on the way they choose formula milk. It is because formula milk, as the complement of baby’s need, should be given in the right way to avoid unwanted things such as obesity. In short, the history is written to give benefits for parents who want to start or already start giving formula milk to their child.

The information contained on this Web site should not be used as a substitute for the medical care and advice of your pediatrician. There may be variations in treatment that your pediatrician may recommend based on individual facts and circumstances.

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