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Makes 104 4oz. Bottles

The 4-can bundle is a good fit if you’re combo feeding or just starting Bobbie. Our European sized cans allow us to support combo feeding without wasting precious Bobbie. Still not sure? We recommend going to 8 cans. Once opened, each can is good for 30 days.

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It would be great if your baby came with a customized guide that helped you know exactly how much to feed them and when each and every day of their first year. The truth is, the amount of formula your baby needs will vary as they grow. And although there is no customized guide, a baby feeding chart can help cut down on the guesswork.