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SMA in Italy?

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monkeysmama Tue 12-Aug-08 11:55:41

Hello

Off to Italy on Saturday and my friend's 6 month old dd has SMA Blue (that's the hungry baby one right?) in the ready made cartons. Is it widely available in Italy? (We're going to Umbria)

Thanks very much
MM

poppy34 Tue 12-Aug-08 12:47:42

bumping for you but if anyhting like france prob not.. they tend to have different brands in europe although if dd is having hungry baby one that shoudl be ok as generally the fomrula in europe based more on hungry baby type mix than the usual type of formula here (which is more whey based).

poppy34 Tue 12-Aug-08 12:47:45

bumping for you but if anyhting like france prob not.. they tend to have different brands in europe although if dd is having hungry baby one that shoudl be ok as generally the fomrula in europe based more on hungry baby type mix than the usual type of formula here (which is more whey based).

monkeysmama Tue 12-Aug-08 12:55:14

Thanks Poppy34. Anyone know what the Italian equivilant might be?

ilovemydog Tue 12-Aug-08 12:57:53

saw hipp in spain, if that's of any use?

check on their web site as it may be known as a different brand, but same manufacturers.

poppy34 Tue 12-Aug-08 13:01:35

having gone obsessively over diff brands in france with pack of sma in my hand( yes I looked a right saddo in supermarket),..most of stuff there was near as damn it the same as SMA white... but agree with ilovemydog -check websites

turtle23 Tue 12-Aug-08 13:05:30

Give them a ring and ask them?
The SMA Careline is open from 8am to 6pm every weekday. Call the SMA Careline on 0845 776 2900 in UK or 1800 931 832 in ROI.

blueskythinker Tue 12-Aug-08 13:39:32

I always bring my own - Have bought Aptimil in Spain and France, but it is a different mix - really thick & gloopy like wallpaper paste

monkeysmama Tue 12-Aug-08 14:53:32

Thanks very much for all the advice & turtle23 for the numbers. I will ring now!

monkeysmama Tue 12-Aug-08 15:08:31

Okay. New question - who knows the nearest Italian equivilant of SMA?

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