Kabrita, the first paediatric goat milk formula in Sri Lanka was launched recently by Fairhealth, the pharmaceutical arm of Fairway Holdings.
Kabrita is a balanced goat milk formula manufactured by the reputed Hyproca Nutrition of Holland. It is manufactured under the highest standards in quality, maintained from milking to packaging and extensive testing is carried out across its entire manufacturing process.
Hyproca Nutrition, the manufacturer of Kabrita, has over 100 years of expertise in production of dairy products and over 70 years of excellence in producing infant nutrition products.
Goat milk has been in use for over thousand years and its consumption can be traced back a long way. Over the years the popularity of goat milk has increased in recognition of its medical value in the alleviation of respiratory problems such as asthma and wheezing amongst others.
Kabrita goat milk formula contains the full spectrum of amino acids and nucleotides that contribute to improving the immune system together with all essential vitamins and minerals needed for growing children. It is totally devoid of cow milk protein and is well tolerated, easy to digest with minimum of gastrointestinal disturbances. Kabrita offers a pure, creamy richness in taste.
Kabrita goat milk formula will no doubt be a welcome addition to the paediatric milk formula market in Sri Lanka and contribute towards providing total trusted nutrition to the growing child. It comes in 400g tins and is available islandwide through all leading supermarkets and pharmacies.
Fairhealth is a subsidiary of Fairway Holdings, the leading property development company in Sri Lanka. Although fairly new, the company has introduced several high-quality products such as Pentasure, a disease-specific nutrition formula and Sunlock, a high SPF sunblock lotion, to the Sri Lankan market. The company aims to improve the quality of life of Sri Lankans by giving access to quality healthcare products at an affordable price.