Buy nestle naan for baby.. Any sites with less pricing

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Nestle naan

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try using cash back/affiliate site+ if you have amazon pay icici card or any other card, which gives good reward points, you can save upto 10%

but i prefer offline,
i will buy amazon gv at discounted price(here you can see lots of posts), next amazon frequently gives 5-20% cash back coupons of more,bigbazaar,heritage fresh. after collecting coupons, i will purchase there. saving upto 30%

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Maine socha kulche bhature vala naan aya nestle ke taraf se.

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here paediatric doctors are getting car/ac for recommending Nestle Nan to people, as lactogen is more than enough for child, its a marketing gimmick to spend more, as indian mentality is high price product are good, they’re using that trick.

offtopic:
we own medical shop

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desibuddy wrote:

offtopic:
we own medical shop

so… can some B.Pharma (or even some elderly and experienced grandmaa/grandpaa) confirm whether at all there is anything that is really not harmful in the long run … in this nan vaan?

or if at all it is of better use than milk and later the usual lentils (daal water)?

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desibuddy wrote:

here paediatric doctors are getting car/ac for recommending Nestle Nan to people, as lactogen is more than enough for child, its a marketing gimmick to spend more, as indian mentality is high price product are good, they’re using that trick.

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we own medical shop

In our case doctor suggested lactogen and we eventually went for Nan Pro.
Lactogen has more sugar content and for most children it will make them gassy. NanPro has less sugar and more stuff (DHA, Iron etc) on the other side. This way I found Nan Pro much better.

By the way I don’t remember correctly, but I grew up with much cheaper variant of milk powder than lactogen from Amul.

PS: Extended family relatives have medical shops, but I rarely take their recommendations.

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And for the op, most online shops exclude infant nutrition products from offers.
Suggestion from @sravz86 is one way to save some money. Bigbasket with star membership is another option if you can put your grocery requirement on other portals.

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Nan has helped gaining infant weight of underweight infant. Doctor prescribed it
You can also get them at online pharmacies with coupons/wallet/bank offers on entire cart.

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ontherocks wrote:

Nan has helped gaining infant weight of underweight infant. Doctor prescribed it
You can also get them at online pharmacies with coupons/wallet/bank offers on entire cart.

can you list a few options please?

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andromeda wrote:

can you list a few options please?

Why not try pharmeasy if they have it.

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MrKool_JJ wrote:

Why not try pharmeasy if they have it.

They don’t have in stock for the location in Bangalore. They are consistently displaying out of stock from long time

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andromeda wrote:

They don’t have in stock for the location in Bangalore. They are consistently displaying out of stock from long time

Then what about trumeds/1mg/netmeds?

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MrKool_JJ wrote:

Then what about trumeds/1mg/netmeds?

They may or may not. I’m more interested in the savings(offers) part from the user. Availability of stock can be searched based on demand.

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Spare some amount and buy shares of Nestle. I did the same when I started buying Nan pro….damn no one gave discount, but shares gave super returns!

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@amal.onlineshop1 please let me know if you were able to find one. I have tried it at numerous sites, but have not been lucky with this.

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