Together Nurturing A Healthier Generation

Enhancing the quality of life with high quality, innovative, science-proven nutrition for mothers and infants in the First 1000 Days.

About Wyeth Nutrition

A Pioneering Spirit

At Wyeth we were founded on an unwillingness to accept the status quo.

We have pioneered infant and young child nutrition since 1915, consistently delivering scientifically-advanced nutrition & personalized solutions for pregnant women, infants and young kids.

Simply put, we never compromise in the pursuit of progress. That’s because we serve the most uncompromising people in the world. Parents.

And we’re proud to say it’s helped move us all forward. Our relentless challenging of science for the past 100 years has led to some of the most significant breakthroughs in infant nutrition.

Our responsibility is not only to this generation of children, but to the generations to come, which is why our commitment to quality extends far beyond our products, to the communities we serve through our global and local initiatives.

We’re not just nourishing children, we’re nourishing the future.


The Wyeth Nutrition Parenting Club deliver scientifically sound solutions that offer parents confidence to help nourish children and support healthy futures, when breastfeeding is not an option.

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.


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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