Mass-Produced Infant Formula Available in Germany

Mass-produced infant formula was introduced in Germany by Baron Justus von Liebig, in 1867. The formula was marketed as Liebig’s Soluble Food for Babies advertising the same ingredients as mother’s milk and marketed internationally in 1868.

      1867, 1868
      Baron Justus von Liebig

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  • Historic records on the commercial production of infant formula. – NCBI
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