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About Wyeth Nutrition

For the past 100 years, Wyeth Nutrition has pioneered innovative nutrition science with premium-quality products that meet the needs of infants, young children and adults. Through clinical rigor, scientific research, world-class manufacturing and product safety standards, we deliver scientifically sound solutions that offer parents confidence to help nourish children and support healthy futures, when breastfeeding is not an option.

By partnering with mothers, doctors and scientists, we continue to discover and learn what is needed to ensure the best advancement for the health and well-being of future generations.

In 2012 Wyeth Nutrition was acquired by Nestlé SA and operates as part of Nestlé Nutrition.

Wyeth Nutrition News

National Institutes of Health’s Baby Connectome Project Advances with Support from Wyeth Nutrition   Collaboration Aims to Unlock the Mysteries of How the Brain Develops in Young Children

Florham Park, NJ (July 6, 2016) – – Mike Russomano, CEO Wyeth Nutrition, addressed an audience comprised of connectomics researchers and members of the scientific community about the company’s commitment to unlock the secrets of human brain development recently at the Connectome Celebration. The event, which celebrated the achievements of the Human Connectome Project to-date, was held on June 20 at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Campus in Bethesda, Md. Click here to find out more...

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The Foundation for the National Institutes of Health to Launch the Baby Connectome Project with Support from Wyeth Nutrition  Florham Park, NJ (June 11, 2015) – Wyeth Nutrition, a global leader in infant nutrition, and the Foundation for the National Institutes of Health (FNIH) today announced a five-year partnership that will provide significantly more detailed views of the brains of healthy children 0 - 5 years old. The Baby Connectome Project (BCP), a research initiative of the National Institutes of Health, will lead to better understanding of how the brain develops from birth through early childhood and will uncover factors contributing to healthy brain development. The findings will be published for the scientific community, providing an unprecedented view of how a healthy brain develops and works. Click here to find out more...

Wyeth Nutrition Celebrates 100 years of Advancing Nutrition in 2015

Prior to the turn of the twentieth century, women who could not breastfeed did not have nutritionally suitable alternatives for their infants. Dr. Henry John Gerstenberger, a dedicated pediatrician, identified the need for change and in 1915 he began a quest to develop a formula that could be easily prepared while fully meeting the nutritional needs of infants.

This quest kicked off the history of Wyeth Nutrition, and Dr. Gerstenberger’s visionary spirit lives on today. For 100 years, we’ve been at the forefront of innovation as modern infant formula has evolved. Our past is distinguished by scientific milestones in the advancement of nutrition for infants, children, and expecting mothers all over the world.


Wyeth Nutrition and Foundation for the National Institutes of Health recently entered into a landmark five-year partnership called the Baby Connectome Project (BCP), which aims to better understand how the brain develops from birth through early childhood and uncover contributing factors to healthy brain development.

The Wyeth Nutrition Science Center shares science-based information with healthcare providers to advance global nutrition science and enhance the nutrition of mothers and children while improving future health outcomes.