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New bottle for Infatrini Peptisorb

Infatrini Peptisorb has changed from an opaque to a semi translucent bottle.

There is no change to the nutritional composition of the product.

This new bottle has a volume-indication window down the side allowing users to accurately see, at a glance, the volume used/remaining whether the bottle is hanging for use as a tube feed or being decanted to a feeding bottle.

Through this window, you may notice a separation/sedimentation in the formula. This is a common characteristic of this type of product because the fat component rises to the surface. A degree of sedimentation is common to all peptide based feeds which is why the instructions advise to shake well before use. The product will return to its original state after gentle shaking and the quality of the product is not affected by shaking.

If you have any queries on this, or any aspect of Infatrini Peptisorb, please Freephone the Nutricia Dietetic Resource Centre on 1800 412 414 (ROI) or 0800 028 3416 (NI)


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