2019 update regarding my ALDI baby product swaps post: I have had to revise this post to no longer include Aldi’s Mamia First Milk, as it could be seen as a breach of the WHO code. There are a lot of questions arising over the cheaper Milk brands but First step Nutrition state in their Cost of Infant Formulas Marketed in the UK, that ‘As all first infant milks must meet current EU regulations for infant formula composition, there is no need for families to buy more expensive formula’. The reason some brands are priced lower is due to the brands not making claims through marketing and advertising and this saving is passed onto the consumer. While I am not promoting the use of formula over breastmilk, I understand the right that every parent has the right to choose how to feed their baby and some parents can not breastfeed.… Read More