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 We believe that our children are the future! Let's give them what they deserve!  

At FORMULA STORK we believe that our children are the future. Their health and well-being are our calling, our mission. FORMULA STORK wants to give as many parents as possible the chance to feed their babies high quality natural baby formula products, making sure that all formulas offered are Organic Certified by the European. The organic formulas we sell are of extraordinary quality and include no chemicals, no corn syrup and are produced without genetically modified organisms according to the European Union’s regulation for organic production. 

The European baby formulas we sell are widely known to be the highest-quality baby formulas available in the world. The brands we sell use only organic skimmed milk (cow and goat), lactose, and organic whey for carbs sources. They also contain essential prebiotics and probiotics, non-synthetic nutrients, and more. No corn syrup, glucose syrup solids, or sugar is used that you’ll find in most other brands.

 Organic raw materials are beneficial for children’s health 
The younger someone is, the more sensitive they are:
Pesticides and heavy metals have a particularly strong influence on the growing organism.


  • The blood-brain barrier is not yet fully developed and is therefore more permeable to toxic substances.

  • Fast growing cells are more susceptible to toxins.

  • The main detoxifying organs (liver and kidneys) are still immature.

Even the smallest amounts of pollutants can cause tremendous damage to foetuses, infants and toddlers.

 Organic versus conventional farming 

Advantages of organic farming compared to conventional farming:

  • More sustainability
  • Improving animal health, reducing antibiotics resistance 
  • Greater biodiversity both in and above the ground 
  • Greater diversity of functional groups (herbivores, pollinators, predators and producers) 
  • Better soil quality, less erosion, lower environmental impact 
  • Lower nutrient losses, fewer greenhouse gas emissions 
  • Greater energy efficiency 

 What Makes A Baby Formula Organic? 

+ No synthetic preservatives + No artificial colors + No pesticide residue + No growth hormones + No genetically modified organisms (GMOs) + No potentially toxic substances + no radiation + no chemical treatment + no factory farming + at least 95 % organic farming + a maximum of 0.9 percent genetically modified content + only a few additives allowed + regular checks by recognized, independent institutes + Labeled with a certified organic seal + The product complies with the EU organic regulation

In order for a formula to be certified organic, at least 95% (or more) of all ingredients and processing aids have to be organic.

• All European infant formulas must meet the legal minimum standards which are already significantly higher than the U.S. standards.
• Premium products also contain optional ingredients such as arachidonic acid (ARA).
• Innovative infant formulas contain functional ingredients derived from breast milk research, whose suitability (safety and benefits) has been clinically proven (e.g. probiotics, prebiotics).
• Organic infant formula has ecological benefits and is sustainable.

 The New EU Regulation: The Most Important Information 

New scientific evidence has made it necessary to revise the existing Regulation. As of 02/22/2020, all industrial infant and follow-on
formulas as well as formulas for special medical needs must comply with this new EU Regulation.

Significantcant changes:
• reduction of the maximum permissible protein levels to resemble those in breast milk
• L-carnitine: mandatory addition to all infant formulas
LCP fatty acids
• docosahexaenoic acid (DHA): mandatory addition to all infant and follow-on formulas
• arachidonic acid (ARA): still optional
• adjustment of minimum and maximum permissible vitamin and mineral levels

 DHA and ARA (AA) 

Docosahexaenoic acid, better known as DHA, and arachidonic acid, better known as ARA or AA, are fatty acids found in breast milk, as well as in some foods, like fish and eggs. (Fatty acids combine to make fat molecules.) Both DHA and ARA are classified as long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids (LCPs). They each play important roles in our bodies and health throughout our lifetimes. DHA and ARA play also a very important role in early brain and eye development. Research indicates that DHA is crucial for promoting visual acuity, immune responses, and neural tissue growth. Specifically, studies have shown that omega-3 has a positive impact on cognition, learning, language, motor skills, and behavior in children.  

ARA is still not a mandatory ingredient, but it can be used as an optional addition. Experts also explicitly support the addition of DHA and ARA to infant formula. Studies have shown that formulas not fortified with these fatty acids may lead to significantly lower fatty acid levels in bottle-fed infants compared to breastfed infants, as breast milk naturally contains ARA [2].

 LA and ALA 

Linoleic acid (LA), an omega-6 fatty acid, and α-linolenic acid (ALA), an omega-3 fatty acid, are considered essential fatty acids because they cannot be synthesized by humans.

 LCP fatty acids 

LCP stands for “long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids”, that are, among other things, crucial for the development of babies’ brain and nerve cells as well as their eyesight. Babies are unable to produce sufficient quantities of LCP in their first few months of life.The omega-3 fatty acid DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) and the omega-6 fatty acid ARA (arachidonic acid) belong to the LCP group. In addition to this and in accordance with the EU directive for infant milks, the addition of DHA has been required by law since February 2020.

 Prebiotics & Probiotics 

Prebiotic oligosacchardies and probiotic lactic acid cultures are natural components of breast milk. The natural probiotic L. fermentum hereditum® was originally isolated from human milk. The prebiotics galacto-oligosaccharides (GOS) are obtained from lactose and are a natural component of breast milk oligosaccharides.