Nutritional breakdown per 100g
Protein12g
Fat30g
Saturated fat12g
Carbohydrate58g
  of which sugars58g
  starch0g
Fibre0g
Energy 
535kcal
2238kJ
Na160mg
Ca240mg
Fe5mg
Vitamin A1050µg
Vitamin C14mg
Vitamin D80µg
Vitamin E4mg
Vitamin B60.5mg
Vitamin B123.2µg

Farley's Oster Milk powder

Farley's Ostermilk is a baby milk formula. The best alternative is obviously breast feeding but for those cases where that is not practical, and let's recognise the fact that breast feeding is not always practical so proselytising the virtues of breast feeding while it might be right isn't always useful, then most modern milk formulas are practical alternatives.

The only observation to make is that while Ostermilk is, or was, available in two varieties; full fat and half fat modern milk formulas tend not to make that distinction and categorise themselves by the age of the infant to be fed.

Note that the nutritional breakdown here is based on the dried product and the nutritional value when consumed will depend on the level of dilution.