Are you thinking about feeding your baby formula?
A registered nurse at the Public Health Sudbury & Districts can answer any questions you may have about feeding your baby and help you to make an informed decision. We are here to support your infant feeding decision.
We also offer information and resources on breastfeeding.
If you have made an informed decision to formula feed, you will find information below on how to safely prepare, store, and feed your baby formula. If you would like a hard copy of these resources, please contact us.
For more information please call our Health Information Line at 705.522.9200, ext. 342.
What you need to know about infant formula
Infant Formula: What You Need To Know booklet (Best Start Resource Centre [PDF, 10.8 MB]) for service providers to discuss infant formula with new parents so they make informed decisions about infant feeding, and know how to handle infant formula safely.
Safely preparing infant formula for your baby tip sheets
These tips sheets were developed by the Baby-Friendly Initiative (BFI) Strategy for Ontario. These resources will help guide families with informed decision making regarding infant feeding and provides information on safe preparation, storage and feeding of formula.
- Tip Sheet #1 – Informed Decision Making
- Tip Sheet #2 – Getting Ready To Make Formula
- Tip Sheet #3 – How To Prepare Ready-To-Feed Liquid Formula For Healthy Babies
- Tip Sheet #4 – How To Prepare Concentrated Liquid Formula for Healthy Babies
- Tip Sheet #5 – How To Prepare Powdered Formula For Healthy Babies
- Tip Sheet #6 – How To Bottle Feed Your Baby And Transport Formula
- All the tip sheets (English)
Safely preparing infant formula for your baby video
This video was developed by the BFI Strategy for Ontario. This resource will help guide families with informed decision making regarding infant feeding and provides information on safe preparation, storage, and feeding of formula.
This item was last modified on March 27, 2020