Made in Britain
Kendamil Goat is the only British made Goat formula – wow, right? We’re lovingly crafted in the English Lake District (UNESCO World Heritage Site) and proudly source our ingredients from family farms across Cumbria, Somerset and Yorkshire.
So we can bring to your home a little slice of ours.
Our goat milk is pretty special. It is easier to digest than cow’s milk and our unique recipe including A2 milk makes it easier for infants to absorb. Our goat milk contains selenium and prebiotics as identified in breastmilk, which help support your little one’s developing immune system.
Farm to formula
We know our farmers and animals – Billy, Nanny, Buck … and the goats have names too! Every farm in our supply chain is proudly Red Tractor certified, ensuring the highest quality, ethical and and traceability standards in the UK. That means the best for your baby, from farm to formula.
Did you know other goat formulas use fish oils? Sad, but true. These cheap fish oils are processed for DHA. At Kendamil, we only use plant-based DHA, avoiding fish allergens and safeguarding our oceans. This is what gives Kendamil its great taste and smell!
Protecting their world
We believe in protecting the planet your baby will inherit. That means saving our rainforests (no palm oil), preserving our fish stocks (no fish oil) and reducing emissions through local suppliers, renewable energy and recyclable materials. Just like your little one, we have a tiny (carbon) footprint.
Science behind the product
58 years devoted to their first years
Behind Kendamil is a passionate local team of scientists, formulators and quality experts who’ve dedicated their lives to researching the very best ingredients for your little one. We believe being closer to nature brings us closer to infant nutrition.
Ingredients as pure as they are
Whole goat Milk, Goat demineralised whey powder (from Milk), Lactose (from Milk), Vegetable oils (sunflower, coconut, rapeseed), Goat skimmed Milk powder, Galacto-oligosaccharides (from Milk), Tri-Calcium phosphate, Calcium lactate, Calcium citrate, Calcium Phosphate, Potassium hydroxide, Sodium ascorbate, Docosahexaenoic Acid, Ferrous Sulphate, Arachidonic acid, L-Carnitine, Vitamin E, Zinc Sulphate, Niacin, Calcium pantothenate, Copper sulphate, Vitamin A, Thiamin, Riboflavin, Vitamin B6, Folic acid, Manganese sulphate, Potassium iodide, Sodium selenite, Vitamin K, Vitamin D3, Biotin, Vitamin B12. Allergens in Bold
Allergy Advice: For Allergens See Ingredients in Bold.
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Protein (N x 6.25)
α- Linolenic acid (ALA)
Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA - LCP)
Arachidonic Acid (AA – LCP)
Step 1: Wash hands, then sterilise your feeding utensils according to manufacturer’s instructions.
Step 2: Boil fresh water and let cool for 10 minutes before adding powder. Do not use artificially softened or repeatedly boiled water. Measure the required water into a sterilised beaker.
Step 3: Using the scoop provided, add the correct number of levelled scoops to the beaker. Use the straight edge inside the lid to level each scoop.
Step 4: Place on a sterilised cap and shake well to dissolve powder.
Step 5: Cool to a natural body temperature. Always test the temperature of the liquid on your wrist prior to feeding your baby.
For feeding your baby, add 1 level scoop of powder to each 30 ml of water (freshly boiled and cooled). Please refer to the feeding guide shown below and note this table should only be used as a guide. All babies are different and may require more or less than is shown. Kendamil Goat Toddler Milk should be fed on demand. If you need more advice talk to your healthcare professional.
Feeding Guide (6 to 12 months)
Water per feed *
Scoops per feed
1 level scoop = 4.6g
* Amount of freshly boiled and cooled water
Frequently asked questions
Your questions answered
Glad you asked! We designed Kendamil Goat to provide a more gentle alternatives for parents.
Goat milk is similar but different to cow’s milk. It contains more short and medium fatty acids which can make it easier to digest. It also contains selenium, an essential mineral that supports the development of the immune system. Goat milk also contains certain prebiotics found in breastmilk.
If your little one is experiencing minor feeding issues or not settling on cow’s milk formula, it may be worth trying goat milk formula as an alternative*.
*Always refer to a healthcare professional before switching. FSA advice is that goat milk based formulas should not be given to infants with CMPA unless directed by an HCP.
Kendamil’s unique whole milk recipe provides a more natural fat source for your baby and reduces the amount of vegetable oils in our formula (we proudly use no palm oil, fish oil, soya or GMOs).
Whole milk also uniquely provides your little one a natural source of Milk Fat Globule Membrane (or MFGM), as identified in breastmilk and shown to improve infants’ cognitive development.
Our Kendamil Goat milk also exclusively contains A2 milk, proven to be easier to digest for infants.
We are proud that no Kendamil products contain palm oil (or fish oil, soya or GMOs for that matter).
Aside from the environmental benefits of avoiding palm oil, it’s also better for your little one. Studies suggest palm oil can have a negative impact on infants ability to absorb fats and calcium  and can make stools harder, causing constipation in some cases. Better for your baby and their planet!
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The move from Stage 2 to Stage 3 is designed to support your little one’s transition from infant formula products towards cow’s milk. This means our Stage 3 formula contains more protein, calcium and phosphorous than Stage 2 (like cow’s milk) and has a whey:casein ration of 80:20 (like cow’s milk).
We’re so excited to hear you’re considering joining our growing family at Kendamil!
We recommend speaking to your healthcare professional before making any changes to your little one’s diet. It can be a good idea to slowly introduce new formula to allow for their tummy to adjust.
We do not recommend storing pre-prepared bottles of milk in the fridge, as Kendamil follow the guidelines set down by the Department of Health that feeds are made fresh on demand.
Once the powder has been added to the hot water, the feed will be suitable for use for 2 hours. We would recommend that after this time any leftover product should be discarded.