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A2 Pregnancy Formula 900grams - $14.25 (was $35.60) @ Woolworths

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A2 Pregnancy Formula 900grams - $14.25 (was $35.60)
Made in New Zeleand

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  • +9 votes

    Chinese people incoming …

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    Formula for the mum?

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      Yep, seems like it. No wonder it's on special.

  • +13 votes

    Made in New Zeleand

    Purchased in Australia
    Consumed in China

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      Thats fine though.

      Buy local, send the product anywhere you want, theyre still supporting local buying

  • +18 votes

    I am Chinese background myself and find the comments quite enjoyable . Don’t hold back lads and ladettes. Permission granted .

    • +6 votes

      I know someone who is Chinese, and I also grant permission.

      • +2 votes

        I'm part Chinese. Swing for the fences with them comments. Don't hold back.

        • +2 votes

          My friend once parked next to a car owned by a Chinese person. It's all good.

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            @tshow: I personally favour Chinese fried rice for takeaway, go ahead guys…..

  • +1 vote

    Formula is necessary for babies up to 12 months. I can see the desire for toddler formulas as the mother of a 13 month old that has hit and miss days with food that isn't potato or banana but a formula for Mums? wow.

    Far better off just trying to eat a reasonable diet and maybe take a multivitamin and a folic acid tablets.

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      I guess this would be an alternative to getting UHT milk and folic acid. Now, if they also made this lactose free..

    • +4 votes

      Formula is necessary for babies up to 12 months

      No formula isn't necessary. Thats not how nature intended us to raise babies. It's just a kind of modern convenience for busy lifestyles. Both my kids were breastfed without ever needing a formula and I don't think they missed out on anything. Afterall its taken millions of years of evolution to be here where we are and breast milk is all that the babies need.

      • +5 votes

        Many mums cannot breastfeed for a variety of reasons. Formula is basically a lifesaver in these circumstances for babies.

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          I agree but more than 98% of the mums don't fall in that category and if it did than our evolution was severely flawed.

          • +2 votes

            @Bargainian: There's always one…..

            I mean formula necessary to exist, not for ALL mothers, because YES, MOST mothers should be able to breastfeed but a small portion cannot and a large portion choose not to which is entirely up to them.

            I am one that did feed through all the struggles and I am still breastfeeding my 13 month old son. We never used any formula for him because he had various food intolerances which meant him and I ended up on a very restricted diet because it was either that or scripted formula.

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              @sarahbrisbane: Must be a very large small portion considering how much formula is sold and shipped overseas…

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                @MrMaxwell: Small portion who actually cannot but large portion who choose to use formula instead. I'd love to know the actual numbers because of all the Mums I know it seems to be only 10-15% that fully breastfed to 12 months. Probably 75% did the first few "important" months before going to formula.

                I think if any mother really wants to breastfeed there's a very high chance she will be able to. Supply issues and poor latching can be resolved to allow a mother to breastfeed but formula is just the easier choice for a lot of Mothers and I can't blame them exactly in the hazy tired miserable stressful time that is dealing with a newborn.

              • +2 votes

                @MrMaxwell: Lot of people living in China compared to the number of supermarkets in Australia?

  • +5 votes

    Do you inject this like disinfectant?

    • +3 votes

      No, this is a "Pregnancy Formula".
      Mankind has advanced beyond needing anyone sticking things into each other for pregnancies.

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        That's a lot of formula to get somone pregnant.

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      You mean like hydrogen peroxide IV therapy?

    • +1 vote

      Only if you are a Democrat

    • -1 vote

      Man, i hate trump.
      But as the schoolyard nerd, I was picked on in the same way.

      Someone taking half of a sentence, from a paragraph of ideas and using it to attack.

      The man says enough bullshiz without the media making it up.

      The ignored the "im not a doctor, I don't know" sentence, the "we would need doctors" and all of the "looking into that".

      The dudes an absolute wankr, but in that one speech he was clearly scared. Genuinely grasping at straws. Hesitating and no confidence. Not the usual 'I am god' attitude we know.

      He never advised people to try injecting anything (besides HCQ, the moron). He said doctors were going to look into it, and admitted he's not one and 'didn't know'.

      Attack the dude to maximum when he's actually an idiot, the media hunt though, in these times? is just pitiful.

  • +3 votes

    Is this for pregnant babies?

    • +1 vote

      A baby within a baby ?

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      Pregception

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        Works for aphids.

  • +2 votes

    where is the Fomula of making smart not stupid public

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      The person is smart. people are dumb stupid panicy animals, and you know it!

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      That's just doing things the old 'unfashionable' way. In unrelated news, I've heard that lead water bottles may possibly help kill the common flu.

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    When are they bringing out A2 formula for dads?

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      Have you tried toddler forumla? Shits delicious!

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        I'll stick to sweetened condensed milk, thanks.

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      When you become a dad with a partner feeding babies using formula, you may know that chances to taste the formula are always high because babies have probably left some amount for their daddies