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Enfagrow Natural Milk Powder, 24 Oz

$26.69


Enfamil Enfagrow Toddler Next Step TV Spot, 'Learning Moments'

We have a nice deal on Enfagrow at Walgreens this week. The 4pks of Enfagrow Next Step Ready to drink cartons are priced at $4.99 plus we have a coupon for $3 off, making them just $1.99 or 50¢ each ready to drink carton.

Nourish your toddler’s normal growth and development with Enfagrow, a wholesome milk–based nutritional supplement specifically designed for toddler’s 12-36 months: With 26 nutrients, including 23 vitamins and minerals ; More iron and vitamins C and E than milk, and as much calcium; Gluten Free; Kosher dairy; Similar calories to whole milk.

Walgreens Deals (thru 7/19)Buy (1) Enfagrow Next Step 4pk $4.99

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    A reporter sent me this message from Christopher Perille, Mead-Johnson’s Vice President – Corporate Communications & Public Affairs, about the company’s Chocolate and Vanilla sweetened Enfagrow toddler formula, advertised with health claims. It seems only fair to present the company’s defense of its products. Here’s what he says:

    Enfagrow Premium products contain a balanced blend of protein, fat, carbohydrates and other key nutrients, offered in a form designed to be appealing to even the pickiest eaters. These products were introduced in the U.S. to provide additional nutrition as part of a normal healthy diet for toddlers who have been weaned off breast milk or infant formula. While we recognize that each toddler — and his or her eating habits and nutritional needs — are different, they can often have rather narrow palettes and relatively short lists of acceptable foods. My daughter, for one, had an extended period of time during which hot dogs, chicken fingers and french fries were three of her primary food groups. Happily, her tastes eventually expanded, and she is now a healthy and happy sophomore at Washington University in St. Louis — but there was certainly a time when I was concerned whether or not she was getting all the nutrition she needed.