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Nursing Bottles, Infant

Definition : Nursing bottles designed for liquid feeding of infants. These devices usually consist of glass or plastic bottles with a plastic cap and a nipple made of rubber or silicone; the bottles have a graduated scale on the outside for feeding measurement. Infant nursing bottles are used mainly to feed infants with infant formula or breast milk; they are available in different shapes and sizes (e.g., 4 oz/120 mL, 6 oz/180 mL, or 8 oz/240 mL).

Entry Terms : "Containers" , "Feeding Bottles, Infant" , "Bottles, Infant Nursing" , "Bottles" , "Bottles, Feeding" , "Infant Bottles"

UMDC code : 12779

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Chicco/Artsana USA Inc

Company Type: Parent

Evenflo Co Inc

Company Type: Parent

Evenflo Company, Inc. is a leading manufacturer and marketer of infant and juvenile products. Majority owned by Weston Presidio, Evenflo was founded in 1920 and is a top supplier of infant and juvenile products to key retailers such as Toys "R" Us, Babies "R" Us, Wal-Mart, Target, Buy Buy Baby and Kmart.

Gerber Products Co

Company Type: Parent

Gerber Products Company is a purveyor of baby food and baby products. A former American-owned company, Gerber is now a subsidiary of Nestlé, and is currently located in Fremont, Michigan, USA.

Handi-Craft Co

Company Type: Parent

Hollister Inc

Company Type: Parent

Hollister Incorporated is an independently-owned global company that develops, manufactures and markets healthcare products, servicing over 90 countries. From the earliest days of our company, there has been a strong sense of community—a connection to people.

NUK USA LLC

Company Type: Parent

Pediatric Medical Solutions

Company Type: Parent

Playtex Products Inc

Company Type: Parent

TOMY Corp

Company Type: Parent

Whittlestone Inc

Company Type: Parent

The Whittlestone story began in 1967 when Dr. Walter Whittlestone, a noted scientist and lactation physiologist from New Zealand, recognized a need for a comfortable and painless alternative to "suction style" breast pumps.

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