Frequently Asked Question: At what age can my child start drinking Kiki Milk?
Generally, doctors and pediatricians recommend mainly breastmilk or formula for children until the age of one. *After one, they can begin to transition to regular milk or other milk alternatives.
According to our nutritionist, Vicki Kobliner, MS RDN, CD-N, organic whole food sources are especially important for young kids since they are still developing. Kiki Milk is made with only organic whole food ingredients and contains no gums, seed oils, refined sugars, preservatives, GMOs, glyphosate, gluten, nuts (except coconuts), or soy. To learn more about why Kiki Milk's is great for kids, read our blog post here. For practical advice, talk to your child's pediatrician.
*Kiki Milk is not meant to replace breast milk or infant formula.