Humana has developed and produced high-quality baby food from first-class raw materials for 60 years. In this, we set great store by careful processing and the most stringent quality standards, so that your child gets everything it needs for a healthy diet from the very start.
In 1950 Humana introduced the first infant formula to approximate breastmilk most closely on the German market. Since this time we have developed our range continuously. Today we offer products that are designed to be used with each other from the very first day until after the first year of life.
From Herford all over the world
In over 50 countries in Europe and beyond parents have relied on Humana baby formula from Herford for decades. Our own subsidiaries in Italy, Spain and Portugal as well as long-term distribution partners are responsible for sales.
Humana GmbH in Herford is a subsidiary of DMK Deutsches Milchkontor GmbH, DMK for short. DMK is supported by more than 11,000 active dairy farmers with 6.7 billion kilograms of milk. This is used to make, amongst other things, fresh dairy products such as milk, yoghurt and quark, cheese, milk-based ingredients for the food industry as
well as baby food, ice-cream and health products at 23 locations with the help of around 5,500 employees. With a turnover of around 4 billion Euro it is also one of the top ten companies in Europe in the dairy industry.
Wherever today's consumers choose to buy or eat organic products, they should be able to have confidence that these comply with strict EU rules. Products that do not meet these standards may not be referred to as organic or bear the EU's organic logo or a national equivalent. This is why the EU regulation on organic farming covers not only production and processing, but also the control and labeling of organic food. Organic products range from fresh fruits and vegetables straight from the farm to wines and cheeses aged over several years.
GMO stands for “genetically modified organism”, which is a new organism, not found in nature, created by scientists when they genetically modify or engineer food plants. Health and environmental risks with genetically modified foods have been identified. GMO free products are products which do not include modified organisms.