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How can I contact Bobbie?

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Email info@hibobbie.com or call us 855-690-4800 from 9am-5pm PDT Monday-Friday. For press and media enquiries, email press@hibobbie.com.

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What’s so great about Bobbie?

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Made without either corn-based or soy-based ingredients, Bobbie is the first toddler formula of its kind on the US market. While many others use sweeteners like corn syrup solids, brown rice syrup, or maltodextrin, the only sugar in Bobbie is lactose, which is naturally occurring in milk. Our Companion Formula is also made with both organic ingredients and grass-fed dairy, while others are only one or the other. We source our milk from small-scale farms in Germany that advocate for high standards in animal welfare and hygiene practices. Our choice of ingredients and multi-strain probiotic combination of Bifidobacteria also set...

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What type of sugar is in Bobbie?

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Bobbie contains the same type of natural sugar found in milk, lactose.

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What do you mean by grass-fed?

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Bobbie’s main organic ingredient is grass-fed dairy. This comes from cows on small-scale farms that graze on fertilizer-free, green fields in Germany. USDA organic standards require that cows be pasture-raised for four months (120 days) a year, but Bobbie goes far beyond this as nutrient-rich grass is our cows' primary source of food throughout the year. When grazing isn’t possible or humane, for example during cold winters, the cows eat grass in the form of silage or hay. They are not fed corn or grains.

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Is Bobbie organic?

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Bobbie is made with ingredients that have been certified organic in the EU. Manufactured at a world-class facility in Germany, our formulation has also been certified organic in the EU, guaranteeing high food quality. We source more than 95% of our ingredients from organic suppliers. Organic farming is strictly regulated in Europe and has a limited impact on the environment as it encourages the responsible use of energy and natural resources, while also encouraging a high standard of animal welfare.

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