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About PediaGROW

All our formula is made at a cooperative in Normandy, France. It’s known for some of the finest dairy products in the world. Discover more about the region’s unique landscape, its pasture-raised herds, and how a small group of French farmers started their infant and toddler nutrition journey.

A unique terroir in the heart of Normandy

A unique terroir in the heart of Normandy

The area is surrounded by fresh and salt-water marshlands, acres of woodland, and vast, green pastures. With a mild climate all year round, it’s the perfect environment for dairy cows to graze for up to eight months of the year. Plus, the fertile soil is known for producing milk that’s naturally rich in mineral salts, micronutrients and oleic fatty acids.

More than 100 years of heritage

More than 100 years of heritage

For generations, local dairy farmers have recognized the value of this unique terroir. And in 1909, 50 forward-thinking milk producers came together to form a cooperative. They built a factory in Chef-du-Pont, near the Paris-Cherbourg railway line – so their dairy products could be sold in the capital. Just one year later, more than 200 members had joined the venture. 

From fine foods to infant formula 

The milk powder journey begins
1949

The milk powder journey begins

By the late 1930s, the cooperative was thriving and moved towards soluble milk powder production. Soon after, the first milk-drying tower was built in 1947. 

Baby formula reaches the world
1957

Baby formula reaches the world

The cooperative started developing milk powder for human consumption in 1949. By the late 1950s, it was being distributed around the world. 

A new standard in powdered milk production
1982

A new standard in powdered milk production

By the 1980s, neighboring cooperatives had joined forces. In 1982, the team raised the bar further, acquiring a state-of-the-art drying tower with MSD (Multi-Stage Dryer) technology that enabled them to offer an even higher-quality powder. 

The cooperative becomes a leading player
2023

The cooperative becomes a leading player

Today, the facility in Normandy is one of Europe’s leading producers of baby milk powder – feeding more than 2.5 million babies around the world each day. To keep up with growing demand, the cooperative recently opened a brand-new facility, one that’s capable of producing 70,000 tonnes of infant milk powder every year.

Over 70 years of expertise in milk powder

The cooperative is famed for its nutrient-rich pastures, commitment to innovation, and staying true to farming practices that have passed down from generation to generation.