NeoKare 70P

Human milk is the most complete and best source of nutrition for young infants. Mother’s milk provides all the nutrients required for healthy growth and development of the baby. Mother’s milk is an essential part of a healthy childhood and it supports both the physical and cognitive development of the baby.

Product description

Each sachet of NeoKare 70P contains 1.55 g human milk for reconstitution with boiled and cooled drinking water. This product provides minimum 70 Kcal and 1.5 gms of protein per 100 ml along with essential proteins and lipids to meet the nutritional requirements of a premature baby. NeoKare 70P can be used when mother’s own milk is not available, or the baby needs extra calories for growth.

Available in pack of 10 sachets.

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NeoKare 70P datasheet


  • Made from 100% human milk.


  • Store in a cool and dry place.

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Directions for Use:

  • Feeding container should always be sterilised by placing in boiling water.
  • Boil drinking water for 5 minutes and allow to cool till it reaches lukewarm temperature.
  • Transfer the entire content of one sachet (1.55 g) into a clean container.
  • Measure and pour 10 mL of clean lukewarm water into the same container.
  • Stir well to ensure that powder is completely dissolved in water before feeding.
  • Use the prepared feed immediately. Leftover feed if any, should be discarded.
  • Use multiple sachets and proportionate quantity of water for higher feed volumes.

Special Instructions:

  • Always maintain hygienic condition while preparing and handling human milk.
  • Use freshly prepared feeds each time.
  • Always mix with clean sterile water as per guidelines before feeding the baby.


WHO and UNICEF recommend that children initiate breastfeeding within the first hour of birth and be exclusively breastfed for the first 6 months of life. When own mother’s milk (OMM) is not available, donor human milk (DHM) is the recommended alternative.

Breast milk is known to provide many benefits to infants, helping them avoid acute complications and improving long-term outcomes. Although bovine and plant-based formulas approach the fat, protein and carbohydrate composition of human milk, they are not able to replicate the complexity or functionality of other bioactive factors found in human breast milk *.