Introducing two new formulas!   Pediatric Peptide 1.0   Standard 1.4

Introducing New Kate Farms Pediatric Peptide 1.0

Made for Tolerance
Plant‑based and Clinically Proven1-4

Clinicians and parents have been asking us for a lower calorie, organic, plant-based peptide formula. We’re delighted to introduce NEW Kate Farms Pediatric Peptide 1.0 in Vanilla flavor.

You know that tolerance is the key to improved outcomes for your patients. Kate Farms is the first plant-based formula to demonstrate weight gain and improved tolerance in children.1

Learn more about Kate Farms peptide formulas here.

Made for Tolerance so Kids Can Thrive

Easily Digested Organic Pea Protein

Protein Digestibility Corrected Amino Acid Score (PDCAAS) Score of 1.0, complete amino acid profile

Quality Ingredients

  • USDA Organic and Non-GMO Project Verified
  • Made without common allergens or artificial sweeteners

Great Taste

Mild flavor profile

Lower Osmolality to Support GI Tolerance

305-357 mOsm/kg water (Pediatric Peptide 1.0-1.5)

Functional Ingredients to Support Gut Health

  • Prebiotic organic agave inulin in a clinically effective amount to support GI tolerance 5
  • Clinically effective amount of a phytonutrient blend to improve markers of oxidative stress 6, 7
  • Organic MCT oil for digestion support

Learn more about Kate Farms peptide formulas here.

We’re happy to send samples of Kate Farms formulas directly to your patients!

Shipping is free and most samples arrive within two business days.

1 Cohen, SA., et al. Improved GI tolerance and weight gain in pediatric patients using plant-based enteral formulas. JPEN. 2020; 44(3):274.
2 Cohen, SA., et al. Patient-reported outcomes indicate plant-based enteral formula improves nutrition and gastrointestinal symptoms. JPEN. 2020; 44(3):275.
3 Orellana, D., et al. Plant-based enteral nutrition tolerance and benefit in pediatric crohn’s disease: A case series. JPEN. 2020; 44(3):90-191.
4 Bailey, M., et al. Plant-based peptide enteral nutrition with phytonutrients in a pediatric patient status post bone marrow transplant: A case report. JPEN. 2020;
5 Holscher, H.D., Doligale, J.L., Bauer, L.L., Gourineni, V., Pelkman, C.L., Fahey, G.C., Swanson, K.S. (2014). Gastrointestinal tolerance and utilization of agave inulin by healthy adults. Food & Function, 5(6), 1142-1149.
6 Nemzer B., et al. New insights on effects of a dietary supplement on oxidative and nitrosative stress in humans. Food Science and Nutrition. 2014, 828-839.
7 Nemzer, et al. Decrease of free radical concentrations in humans following consumption of a high antioxidant capacity natural product. Food Science and Nutrition. 2014, 2, 647-654.