Why Choose Ardo?
At Ardo we are passionate about breastfeeding, breastmilk and supporting expressing parents. Our product range has been developed to ensure maximum convenience, comfort and efficiency for you and your baby.
- Award winning breastpumps
- Closed system breastpumps
- Quiet and comfortable breastpumps
- WHO code compliant
- Swiss Quality manufacturers
- Great customer service
- Child Labour Policy
- Endorsed by the Australian Breastfeeding Association
Ardo is in compliance with the WHO Code and strongly promotes breastfeeding.
Ardo is your responsible partner when working with the WHO (World Health Organization) International Code. As manufacturers of breastfeeding systems, we support the practice of breastfeeding with products of the highest quality and functionality. Our nursing aids offer solutions to breastfeeding difficulties and treat this natural process in a holistic and effective manner. Therefore, compliance with the WHO Code is of vital importance to us.
What does the WHO Code mean?
The WHO Code on the marketing of mother's milk substitutes protects and supports breastfeeding. The Code determines how mother's milk substitutes may be marketed without endangering the practice of breastfeeding. The International Code makes reference to each product which is marketed as a partial or total replacement for mother’s milk, including feeding bottles and teats. The Code does not ban the sale of such products but rather defines marketing methods and the way in which businesses operate. (International Code: Article 2). The intention is, amongst other things, to suppress advertising or other forms of merchandising to the general public (Article 5.1).
What does the WHO Code mean for Ardo?
Taking into account the fact that teats may have a negative effect on the duration of breast feeding. Currently the subject of the WHO Code on mother’s milk substitutes is under intense discussion amongst experts in the field, in conjunction with producers of breastfeeding products. We wish to declare unequivocally – as a matter of company policy - that Ardo is completely committed to observing absolutely each and every WHO Code.
Ardo is a Swiss family company which develops premium quality products in the medical technology sector.
Ardo breast pumps are manufactured in Switzerland with a commitment to the highest production, design and environmental standards.
Child Labour Free
Ardo is approved by the Labour Standards Assurance System (LSAS). This international standard ensures employers apply the policy in the workplace including workers’ rights, workplace conditions and management systems. One of the main criteria within the standard is that the company or any company in the supply chain does not use child labour.
Safe, Secure, Sealed
All Ardo breast pumps include pump sets that have a Closed System.
The silicone membrane pot integrated into the pump set is at the heart of our Vacuum Seal technology.
This technology ensures a total barrier between the breast milk and any pathogenic agents and prevents cross-contamination.
When Ardo breast pumps are used by several parents - such as in a hospital environment.
Protects mum, milk and baby.
Created for YOU
A great product adapts to YOU! Every parent is individual, with different personal requirements, and our philosophy has always been to provide a customisable product to server you best throughout your pumping journey.
This means that you can:
- Select the correct sized breast shell depending on the changing size and shape of your breasts and nipples while you are breastfeeding or expressing.
- Use all Ardo electric breast pumps as either a single or double pump, or easily convert to a manual pump with the Amaryll Kombikit.
- Express your breast milk directly into a bottle, or a bag such as our Ardo Easy store or Easy Freeze bags.
- Quickly sterilise your equipment using Easy Clean microwave bags.
Ardo Breast pumps are used and loved throughout the UK, Europe and the US. Ardo Breast pumps and accessories are used and trusted by maternity and neonatal wards in the UK by the National Health Service (NHS), helping parents establish and maintain a strong breast milk supply.