The new national standard for infant formula was released on February 22, 2021, which coincides with Zile formula. Is that right? Or is it inevitable?
Zile is not only in line with the old national standard, but also in line with the new national standard. The reason is that the laboratory of paster Dairy Research Center developed Zile formula which is suitable for the consumption of Asian baby group through a large number of Asian human body data and experimental data of nutrient ratio. Zile does not only meet the existing national standard, but is far higher than the existing national standard.
The major changes of the new national standard released this time, Zile all meet the requirements, which shows how predictable and forward-looking Zile formula is.
1. The new national standard requires that the whey protein content in infant formula should be more than 60%, while the protein content in Zile infant formula (0-6 months old, stage 1) is 12g / 100g, and the whey protein content is 7.2g/100g, which meets the requirements of the new national standard.
2. The new national standard requires that the whey protein content in formula for older infants should be more than or equal to 40%, while the protein content in Zile formula for older infants (6-12 months old, stage 2) is 16 g / 100 g, and the whey protein content is 9.6 g / 100 g, which meets the requirements of the new national standard.
3. According to the new national standard, the content of lactose in the total carbohydrate of infant formula and older infant formula should be more than 90%, and the content of lactose in the total carbohydrate of infant formula should be more than 50%. Every segment of Zile meets the requirements of the new national standard, and the content of lactose in the total carbohydrate is more than 90%.
4. Choline in new national standard infant formula and older infant formula has been adjusted from optional component to essential component. Choline, which plays an important role in infant growth and development, has been added to every segment of Zile.
5. Manganese and selenium in the new national standard formula for older infants were adjusted from optional ingredients to essential ingredients. Manganese and selenium, which play an important role in the growth and development of infants, were added to each segment of Zile.
6. The new national standard infant formula, older infant formula and infant formula also have clear index requirements for the amount of DHA in the optional ingredients, and each segment of Zile has added DHA in line with the new national standard.
At present, choline, manganese and selenium are not added to some milk powder on the market. At present, a large number of milk powder DHA only meets the old national standard, but does not meet the new national standard. They will face a large range of formula modification. The formula of Zile is basically in line with the requirements of the new national standard, with only minor changes in trace elements. At the same time, the formula of Zile will be further upgraded according to the new national standard. In the case of fine-tuning some trace elements, more optional nutrients beneficial to infants and young children will be added, such as lactoferrin, 1,3-dioleic acid 2-palmitic triglyceride (OPO), casein phosphopeptide (CPP), etc.