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Nestle Introduces BabyNes Baby Bottle Milk System

BabyNes Bottle Feeding System: Ga Ga or Gag?

The pods are coming! Pretty soon you may be brewing up baby's bottle the same way you brew your cup of morning joe. Earlier today, Nestlé introduced a baby milk capsule system, using the same mechanics as the popular Nespresso coffeemakers.

The high-tech BabyNes machine ($287) works with a range of six single-serving formula pods (purchased separately in packs of 26 for $56-$64) to perfectly fill a bottle with the proper portion of milk (at the right temperature) in under a minute. According to Nestlé, the "nutrition system," which the company has been working on for six years, provides a hygienic and convenient way to prepare lil ones' bottles. Made for tots up to three years old, the BabyNes formula pods include four formulations for infants and two for toddlers – the difference being the proteins, calories, and micronutrients in the capsules.

Currently only available in Switzerland, would you want to see the BabyNes make its way to the US?

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JessicaCobbChyko JessicaCobbChyko 1 year

Yeah people voted that it was so great. Wonder how great they'll think it is when they realize it'll cost them nearly $2 a bottle!!!! (not even factoring in the $287.00 cost of the machine)

DubaNeener DubaNeener 4 years
My boobs do the same thing instantly and for free!
amber512 amber512 5 years
Anything that saves time for a new mom is a good thing in my book, although it's pretty pricey.
amandachalynn amandachalynn 5 years
This looks pretty cool, and I'm formula feeding now, but I think it's a huge expense for something that lasts a few months, give or take. If you only use formula for 1 year, and if you breastfeed for a few months, it's kind of a waste. Even if you never breastfeed, it's still a lot of money on something when it's easy enough to make a bottle. And the can of formula doesn't take up as much space as this thing would.
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