Holle Quality Standards
The ingredients used in our baby food range come
from bio-dynamic or organic agriculture.
||a natural cycle of
cultivation without exploiting animals, soil or the environment
||quality not quantity
||variety instead of
||animals kept in their
||the use of animal hormones
and growth regulators are rejected
||natural compost instead of
||all chemical plant and
insect protection agents are rejected
||no chemical additives during
processing/treatment such as for example, preservatives
|For every infant food, the
||no ingredients made from
gene technology, guaranteed
||no added crystallized sugar
||no added table salt
||no added aromas, colours or
Analysis for Acrylamide
in Holle Baby Food Range
structure of our quality controls, the Holle Demeter Baby grain
porridge range and the Holle Organic Infant Formula 1 and Holle Organic
Follow-On Formula 2 were analysed for acrylamide. In all products,
acrylamide could not be found. The results lie below the limit of
evidence for 10 micrograms/kg.
The analysis was conducted by a recognised institute in Berlin, which
had developed a valid method of analysing for proof of acrylamide.
The unique Demeter
possible, our baby foods are made of Demeter raw goods.
Demeter is the
name of the Greek fertility goddess and the protected trademark for
products which have been grown following organic, bio-dynamic
recognised products which meet the strict and continuing quality
criteria of certified, organic and bio-dynamic farming, can carry the
'Demeter' label. Beyond the criteria of organic farming, the Demeter
farmer makes allowances for the addition of specific types of unique
plants and animals.
farmer views a farm as a live organism of natural cycles. Food for the
animals originates predominantly from own paddocks and fields. A part
of every Demeter farm is owning and caring for the livestock.
Their dung is
composted and is mixed with special organic ingredients such as
medicinal herbs. This is then sprayed onto the fields. Ingredients
develop energy consisting of strength and vitality, similar to that of
homeopathic medicine. This is how the ground is supported and looked
after. The growth of seeds is a result of the biological rhythm of the
research findings show that the ground lives and becomes more fertile
from year to year. This is unique to organic farming.
The ripe fruit
contains a maximum amount of natural essential energy and vitality.
This is how naturally grown food provides growth and strength, which is
especially important for infants and small children.