Infant formulas are food products which are designed to deliver the nutritional needs to infants who are under one year old. Infant formula includes concentrated liquids, powders and ready-to-use forms. Various types of infant formulas are available for infants younger than 12 months old who do not drinking breast milk. Infant formulas vary in calorie count, taste, nutrients, ability to be digested and cost. The advantages of infant formula includes, commercially ready infant formulas can be more nutritious and more convenient alternative to breastfeeding since they even contain iron which lacks in breast milk. However, the disadvantages of infant formula are primarily their high cost and lack of maternal infection-fighting antibodies which are present in breast milk.