A non-dairy and non-soy baby formula

Watch: Arutz Sheva meets with CEO of INDI, an Israeli company developing world's first alternative vegetable-based baby formula.

Yoni Kempinski ,

INDI baby formula
INDI baby formula
Yoni Kempinski

Arutz Sheva recently attended Food Tech Nation 2015, a conference dedicated to innovation in the food industry. 

At the event, we spoke with Hamutal Yitzhak, the co-founder and co-CEO of INDI, a company which is developing a non-dairy, non-soy alternative to baby formula. 

According to Yitzhak, this new formula presents a perfect solution for vegan parents or those with children who suffer "sensitivities" to milk including coughing, digestion problems and skin rashes. 

She also noted the uniqueness of a non-dairy formula also containing no soy - a relief to worried parents as soy is currently under medical dispute as to its effect on the body's hormone system. 

The formula is based on two plants which are still being kept secret, but Yitzhak assured it "meets all international standards for infant feeding and all nutritional values required for feeding an infant."

"People...actually really want to purchase the formula already and they're contacting us from all over the world," Yitzhak said, adding that the formula should be out on the market by 2016.