I may not have an infant anymore but I remember having to use formula with my little one (Kendra with Team Kroger Krazy here).  When my daughter was born in March of 2015 I was saddened when I was told I wasn't going to be able to breastfeed my baby.  I knew she needed proper nutrition so I remember turning to the great readers of Kroger Krazy to find that many of you used and loved the Comforts Formula products and had absolutely no problems (and loved the savings).  With research I found that Comforts Formula was made with quality ingredients and most importantly was made with Non-GMO ingredients and had all the vitamins she needed to help support brain development.

In the short 12 months I was able to save well over $400 by using the Comforts Brand compared to the national brands.  And during those 12 months, I continually had a happy and healthy baby.  So not only did I save but I gave my daughter the nutrition she needed.   Now the new formula shown below is even closer to breast milk.

Just like the national brands, Comforts has a formula to suit the needs of your baby.  Comforts Sensitivity and Comforts Advantage feature HMO, which means that they feature a human milk oligosaccharide (HMO), a prebiotic that helps establish beneficial bacteria for immune support.

Right now you have the chance to save BIG on a container or two of formula.  We have a $2.00 Kroger Digital Coupon that can be used on one container as well as a $3.00 Ibotta rebate.  You're saving $5.00 for one container and this is awesome!

(Aunt) Katie came to meet my daughter at just 3 weeks old. You're correct that she got to feed my girl a bottle (with Comforts Formula) while we enjoyed our food.

Post sponsored by Comforts Formula. All opinions remain my own.

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