Similac was first introduced in 1925 when Henry C. Moores and Stanley M. Ross of Moores and Ross Milk Company came upon an idea to market a milk based formula for infants. Dr. Morris Fishbein, editor of Journal of the American Medical Association suggested the name. In 1928, the name of the parent company was changed to M & R Dietetic Laboratories.
Shortly after its introduction in 1951, Similac Concentrated Liquid became the most popular infant formula and was also the first available outside of the standard powder form. M & R Dietetic Laboratories expanded to include a new company division, Ross Laboratories. Ross was dedicated to the continued development of Similac infant formulas. Three years later, Ross Laboratories introduced Similac With Iron, the first iron-fortified infant formula in the United States. The new formula was available in both powder and concentrated liquid forms. If the decision to breastfeed is opted out, an iron-fortified formula is still considered the best source of nutrition during the first year of life. Ross Laboratories was merged with Abbot Nutrition in 2007 and has continued to develop the best nutritional products for both mother and baby for more than 100 years.
Special Coupon Deliveries for “Strong Moms”
Parents or expecting parents may find a large supply of helpful information by scanning the official Similac website: www.similac.com. Visiting the website is perhaps the easiest way to obtain special offers for Similac baby formula. Similac has also provided a community for moms who would like to share tips and advice about personal care and baby care with people like you. It is simple to sign up for a free online membership with the “Strong Moms” club in as little as three minutes.
By joining, “Strong Moms,” you may receive up to $329 in Similac coupons, promotional offers, coupon codes for Similac baby formula, samples and more from partner brands like Beech-Nut Nutrition. You will also receive weekly guides for your pregnancy and regular updates about the development process of your baby. You will also find the Similac websites supplies helpful articles and charts about the entire pregnancy process, how to decorate a nursery, help on skin care, bathing, feeding, diapering, and many other daily baby needs.
Similac manufacturer coupons may also be found in ads provided with the Sunday newspaper. Sometimes they may be given out by doctors and hospitals. You may also receive coupons from the company directly by mail if you have signed up with them, or by downloading and printing them offline when available on the official Similac website. Examples of such coupons are usually one dollar off, five dollars off, or buy one get one free.
Also, don’t forget to ask about free formula samples and Similac coupons that may be provided when you and your baby are leaving the hospital.