What kind of sanitation takes place? 

Hygiene trainings, Personal Precautions, regularly pest controls

What is done about cross contact? How do you reduce the risk of allergens? 

Routine sanitation, declaration, analyze and routine monitoring.


Are allergens labeled on the package? 



Is there BPA/BPS in your product packaging? 

Pouches and all milk formula packaging (including the spoon) are BPA Free.

Can you tell me if your infant oatmeal is glyphosate free?

For organic products in the EU, the use of chemical and synthetic fertilizers and pesticides is prohibited. However, background contamination in the environment cannot be 100% ruled out. 

Continuous investigations by official food controls and monitoring programs confirm that there are rarely glyphosate residues in organic products in Germany. 

For infant food, a limit of 0.01 mg/kg applies in Germany. Regular government testing in Baden-Württemberg has found no glyphosate residues in infant formula over the past 10 years 


Holle has every raw batch of its whole grain cereal porridges analyzed for glyphosate residues in independent laboratories. Only batches that do not exceed the limit of 0.01 mg/kg may be processed and marketed


Can you make your pouches, so they are recyclable? 

At the moment our packaging is state of the art there is no recyclable option available, but the cap of the pouches is recyclable.


How do I read the expiration date on your products? 

It is comparable to « best before » / best quality is guaranteed to this date from USA.


Are the Holle purée pouches considered vegan? 

We do not have an official vegan certification but halal certification for the pouches, there are no animal-based ingredients used so it can be considered vegan.


Milk Drink


Where are the Holle milk drink manufactured? 


 Is the DHA made with hexane?

Hexane is used as solvent and is effectively removed during deodorization.

Are your milk drinks FDA Approved

Yes, they are FDA approved.


For products containing dairy, how are the cows treated and fed?

According to Demeter standards:

  • Animal welfare in accordance with its nature and Feeding.
  • Grazing
  • Grass feeding is a priority.
  • Avoiding animal hormones and growth regulators.
  • Cows keep their horns.
  • Priority is given to natural remedies.
  • Minimum 80% of the feed comes from the farm's own Production.

The focus is particularly on the life performance, fitness and health of the animals. In order to ensure that animals develop in accordance with their nature, Demeter therefore consistently avoids, for example, the painful dehorning of cows. The administration of medicines such as antibiotics or hormones is strictly forbidden. In addition, the animals are kept in small herds in order to ensure healthy ranking and social behavior. Care is taken to ensure that the animals can move freely and uninhibitedly - both in their stalls and in the fresh air. As a result, each barn and enclosure are carefully adapted to the individual needs of the different animal species. At the same time Demeter adheres to strict feed standards: 100% of the feed must be organic feed - 2/3 of the feed used must meet the Demeter standards. For Demeter animals on the farm are part of the natural farm organism. Through their manure, which becomes a valuable fertilizer using preparations made from herbs, minerals and cow dung, they provide an improvement in soil fertility.

Are Holles infant milk drink clinically tested to ensure bioavailability of all nutrients? 



Does the starch in your milk drink contain Gluten? 

No, it is from maize and potato.


I cannot find the scoop in the milk drink tin. What do I do? 

You get a replacement of the product --- normally we get information by production side when there are abnormalities in packaging process, and we can deliver than replacement scoops for the batch which you can replace. This is quite a seldom case. Customers also can use a kitchen scale for measuring.


What do you feed your goats? 

The most common feeds are hay, green fodder, maize silage, lucerne silage, crushed cereals, grass from grazing, sugar beet pulp, milk performance feed - peeled, mineral feed.

What is the difference between Toddler Drink and say the German Holle Formula?

The US Goat Milk Toddler Drink refers to the same formulation as the EU Goat 3, except that ARA has been added to the US version.


Can I feed my Infant this Toddler Drink?

In theory, the US Toddler Drinks can be fed in the context of complementary feeding after the 6th month since it corresponds to the recipe of a European follow-on milk. However, it is declared differently on the US label and therefore this must not be an official recommendation.

Can I use expired products? 

On packaging we say to use it after opening within 2 weeks, in direct consultation we say you also can use it up to three weeks when stored properly (not in the fridge or freezer as it can absorb moisture and spoil more easily). That does not mean that the formula is suddenly bad. But a potential reduced vitamin content after best before date could be detrimental to health especially impact of young babies who do not eat weaning food additionally.


 Is Holle Toddler Milk drink Halal certified?

Holle infant and toddler formula are not certified Halal.

The Whey to Casein Ratio in our Holle Toddler Drinks is as follows:

Cow / A2 Cow: 

Whey: 43,2%        

Casein: 56,8%


Whey: 20%          

Casein: 80%

Information towards the palm oil question.


Process flow chart:


The below are common Q& A’s that have been asked by customers. Below are the responses provided that have been received well by consumers. 

Common Q&A

-2 grams of added sugar for what reason would they add more sugar? Only causes harm to the child.

In the USA, it is regulated by law that if you add sugar, you have to declare it as "added sugar".

This does not only mean standard sugar (we never use sucrose), but also lactose. This is on the one hand a classic energy supplier (also contained in breast milk) and on the other hand it is also necessary for the taste. Milk with only maltodextrin or starch would probably be rejected by the babies/children. Therefore, we use small amounts of lactose for the USA recipes.


-Corn Maltodextrin: super dangerous ingredient that is highly processed. The drawbacks outweigh the benefits. Maltodextrin alters gut bacteria. Holle should be ashamed of themselves. 

Maltodextrin is a standard carbohydrate mixture made from corn starch and is always used in (European) milk formulas 

For ingredients to be used in the USA, they must have GRAS status (generally recognized as safe) and this is the case with maltodextrin.

In addition, there is no known health hazard/potential carcinogenicity. 

According to a quick market research of our quality team, Maltodextrin is also used in most infant milks in the USA.


-Sunflower oil, canola oil, vegetable oil: all these oils filled from pesticides as this company claims it is only non-GMO but heavily processed and filled with chemicals. The minute I gave my son one bottle his mood changed dramatically I never seen him fuss and go nuts like this before. 

As for the oils, I can only say that they are also necessary. On the one hand, some vitamins cannot be absorbed without a small addition of fat and on the other hand, some fatty acids are very important (and also required by law).

Our oils are all organic and therefore must not contain any pesticides. This is also checked regularly and there have never been any anomalies. Since the products are produced here and the same raw materials are used, this also applies to the USA.


Who else distributes Holle products, infant and toddler dairy? 


"Thank you for contacting Holle USA. I'd be happy to assist you with this! The infant formula is not sold in the US market. It was produced for the European market and may not be compliant with FDA requirements. At this time, we carry our toddler milk drinks at Wholefoods Market. We are not affiliated with any 3rd party companies. JSG organics is the official distributor of Holle products in the US."


The whey powder comes from dairies in Germany or the EU. 

Partially demineralized whey is used in infant milk formulas with cow's milk. This is obtained from cow's milk, using microbial rennet and natural rennet (=not halal). 

The two types of rennet are also used to obtain lactose, which is contained, for example, as an ingredient in infant milk formulas made from goat's milk. Due to the use of natural rennet, infant milk formulae are classified as non-vegetarian according to a generally accepted, but as yet not legally binding definition. Vitamin D, which is obtained from sheep's wool, is added to all infant milk formulas. In addition, fish oil will be used as a source of docosahexaenoic acid (DHA, an omega-3 fatty acid) in Holle infant milk formulas made from cow's milk from February 2020. In contrast, DHA in Holle infant milk formulas made from goat's milk comes from an extract of algae.

I’m wondering if you can tell me if the Holle goat milk is treated at high heat temperatures?

When spray drying dairy products, hot air (between 160 and 205 degrees Celsius, depending on the product) is fed to a drying chamber containing the product concentrate.

Starch/maltodextrin (also from corn) is used in all of Holle’s infant milks, as gluten-free starch is required by law.

What is your B12 and folate derived from?

Both come from synthetic vitamin mixes that are added to our toddler drinks.

The procurement is not with Holle or Organic-Family in this case, but with our suppliers.

Why is your toddler milk drink not organic?

Our US products are produced with the same standards as our European products that carry the EU organic and Demeter label. Unfortunately, the equivalence agreement between Europe and the USA (NOP) does not include animal (incl. dairy) products. This is why we currently can’t use organic/Demeter certificates in the USA.

The Holle organic oats whole grain cereal is NOT gluten-free.  

Pure oats can usually be consumed by many people with gluten intolerance. However, contamination of oats with wheat, rye or barley can often occur during harvesting, transportation, storage and processing, so this product is defined as containing gluten. According to the EU Food Information Regulation, oats are classified as a gluten-containing cereal unless the content of gluten does not exceed 20 mg/kg." This cannot be guaranteed for our Holle organic oats.

General Questions

What is your telephone number?

JSG Organics # 888-507-7275


Most of our products are gluten free.

Products containing gluten:

• Panda Peach - Contains Spelt Wheat

Holle has been a pioneer in the area of not adding processed sugar. 

The company has always avoided granulated sugar, salt, and even natural flavorings in all products for infants.

Science has proven that there is a genetic tendency towards sweet flavors. 

Introducing weaning foods can be an advantage if you begin with sweet-tasting vegetable varieties like carrots, pumpkin, and parsnip. 

Sugar is not forbidden, but it promotes habituation with sweetness if consumed regularly, leading to obesity.

For this reason, babies should scuttle through the first-year sugar fee. 

Holle products primarily rely on natural and mild sweetness from the fruit ingredients.  A conscious decision for the perfect taste experience.

Yes, food allergens are labeled on all Holle FDA-registered imported products.

Holle products imported into the United States with English labels follow the Food Allergen Labeling and Consumer Protection Act ( FALCPA) of 2004.

FALCPA is an amendment to the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act. It requires that the label of food products containing protein from a "major food allergen" declare the presence of the allergen in the manner described by the law. 

This requirement may or may not be on European labeled products that 3rd party importers bring into the USA. 

The Holle products now imported into the USA are FDA compliant and FDA registered.

New European regulations for baby food have been in place in Europe since 2016.  Like all other manufactures, Holle was required to implement this regulation for all infant and follow-on products as of February 2020. 

This regulation updates existing provisions under the latest scientific knowledge.

Note:In both the EU and the USA, there is an advertising ban on infant formulas to help promote breastfeeding, which is also in line with Holle's attitude.

In terms of composition, DHA is now compulsory for infant formula and follow-on drinks.

DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) is a long-chain polyunsaturated omega3 fatty acid found in breast milk.

Previously adding DHA was optional. With the inclusion becoming compulsory, there is a new minimum standard, which will result in one of the most significant changes to all of our milk recipes.

Holle has adjusted The linoleic acid (LA) and alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) content.

Further nutritional specifications have also been modified, including an upper limit for protein and various quantity adjustments for vitamins and minerals.

Imported Holle toddler drinks meet all FDA requirements.

The Holle goat's milk made with full cream makes it possible to dispense with using palm oil. 

Along with vegetable oils, goat's milk fat provides the necessary saturated fatty acids, making palm oil redundant. 

Holle goat milk, now sold in the USA, offers a good alternative for any parent looking to stop using palm oil.

Yes, the puree pouches are vegan.  They are egg-free and made from fruits and vegetables only.


Manufacturing baby food means assuming a igh level of high responsibility, attaining top quality, and ensuring the greatest possible safety.

To guarantee this is always the case, Holle subjects their products to comprehensive quality controls.

Holle continuously monitors developments in research and upholds strict compliance with voluntary and certification standards and EU legal requirements.

Regular audits are performed at Holle, their production partners, and suppliers to guarantee product safety permanently.

Through these procedures, Holle works together on improvements and always to provides the highest quality possible product.

The Holle quality management team is always updated with the most recent state-of-the-art analysis methods and nutrition guidelines.

All raw materials undergo stringent controls and are analyzed in 3rd party accredited laboratories.

A comprehensive test plan exists for every single product, which includes various sensory tests.

Products are only released once the legal threshold and internal control values lie within the specified ranges. Additionally, Holle products imported into the United States are delivered with a Certificate of Analysis to ensure specifications.

JSG Organics LLC as the official importer, also conducts 3rd party certified lab reports of finished manufactured products to ensure they meet or exceed Holle standards.

The tin cans and pouches are BPA-free.

• Holle's food products are made in western Europe. 

• Since 2019 Holle has been the majority shareholder in a company called Biopulver GmbH. focusing on organically certified cow and goat milk, this company is a special drying facility for primary dairy materials used in baby food,

• Great importance is attached to sustainable long-term relationships with farmers and other partners. 

• The milk quality is strictly controlled and checked from the farm to delivery.  The collection takes place directly at regional goat milk farms, and at supraregional dairy farms, the milk is collected on-site and quickly prepared for transport.

• With this system, Holle can safely meet even stricter requirements for baby food than food production for general consumption.

• In addition to the dairy technology for processing the raw milk, the production process includes concentrating the milk to dry it gently with a spray tower's help.

• The milk powders are packaged in Austria, as noted on our labels. 

• The Holle pouches of fruits and vegetables come from Italy in the area of the Dolomites.

• Other products that we will introduce are made in Germany and Spain.

All foreign facilities that manufacture, process, pack, or hold food for human consumption in the United States must register with the FDA. 

The FDA code is called 21 CFR 1.227.

Holle products imported into the USA by JSG Organics LLC are all FDA-registered. 

Products that come into the USA from "other sources" may not have FDA registration. 

Without specific FDA registration, these products are not approved for retail sale in the USA. 

It takes time to secure FDA registration, and JSG Organics is working to obtain more product registrations.

Please note that Holle products that do not have FDA registration still meet the highest manufacturing standards globally, but the United States has regulations for imported products for reasons stated above.

• Cows and Goats are all treated and fed according to Demeter standards which include high degrees of animal welfare.

• Grazing & grass feeding is a priority, No animal hormones and growth regulators are permitted.

• Cows always keep their horns, dehorning is not permitted.

• Priority is given to natural remedies

•A minimum of 80% of all feed comes from the farm's own production.

• The focus is particularly on the life, performance, fitness, and health of the animals.

• The administration of medicines such as antibiotics or hormones is strictly forbidden.

• Animals are kept in small herds to ensure healthy ranking and social behavior.

• Care is taken to ensure that the animals enjoy free movement -both in their stalls and in the fresh air, as a result, each barn and enclosure are carefully adapted to the individual needs of the different animal species.

• Demeter adheres to strict feed standards: 100% of the feed must be organic feed - 2/3 of the feed used must meet the Demeter standards.

• For Demeter, animals on the farm are part of the natural farm organism. Through their manure, which becomes a valuable fertilizer using preparations made from herbs, minerals, and cow dung, they improve soil fertility.

The most common feeds are hay, green fodder, maize silage, Lucerne silage, crushed cereals, grass from grazing, sugar beet pulp, and mineral feed.


Most cities will accept metal cans (aluminum and steel) in the curbside recycling program.

You'll want to verify acceptance through your recycling program as well as any preparation instructions, such as whether to rinse or crush cans.

You can recycle Holle tin can lids, and you can also repurpose the tins.

Try one of these ideas if you don't recycle: Holle tin can be storage containers.
Holle tin cans make great supply holders for schoolwork or craft projects, Holle flower tin cans. Holle tin can utensil holders. Holle Tin can luminaries. Holle Tin can homework caddy.

The Holle Pouches cannot be recycled.  Some new materials are under development that will eventually be recyclable. 
Until then, use your imagination with these pouches. 

You can recycle the plastic screw-on caps.

See Holle's Climate Pledge

Shipping & Returns

• We provide free shipping on all orders in mainland the USA

• We use amazon delivery services, all products ship from the USA.

• We only ship to the United States.

• We do our best to process and ship orders within 1-2 business days,

• With standard shipping, most items arrive within 6 business days.

baby food and toddler drinks are exempt from state and federal sales tax.

Our products are guaranteed to give you 100% satisfaction in every way, if for any reason you or your baby are not completely satisfied with one of our Holle products you may receive a full refund or store credit.

We will always work to find a reasonable solution.

Purchases made from any 3rd party websites do not fall under this guarantee.

We will process a credit or refund within 48 hours.

If you purchased at a retail location please return it to that store for a refund.

Once your refund or credit has been received please dispose of the unwanted product responsibly. Thank you.

To start the refund process, simply email or call (888) 221-8208.

If you have purchased from Amazon, please go through their return process.

If you purchased at a retail location please follow their return process.