For over 30 years, I have been shaping the future of feeding with my inventions, working with consumers, paediatricians and dental experts, to support both child and parent well-being.


Special Needs Feeder

The Haberman Feeder is an essential medical tool that is widely used for a variety of feeding difficulties, including cleft lip/palate, neurological dysfunction, congenital heart disease, genetic disorders.  It is one of the only baby bottles supplied and endorsed by healthcare professionals around the world.

Described as “a significant advance in the feeding of infants with cleft palates" (A. N. Campbell and M. J. Tremouth, Archives of Disease in Childhood, 1987, 62, 1292-1293), the Haberman Feeder can be used for feeding babies with severe feeding problems such as Down Syndrome, cleft lip/palate, Pierre Robin syndrome, neurological dysfunction, bronchopulmonary dysplasia, congenital heart disease, genetic disorders, disorganised sucking problems, excessive air intake during feeding and oral and facial abnormalities.

NB: The Haberman Feeder is NOT recommended for children with SWALLOWING difficulties.


Anywayup® Cup

The Anywayup® cup revolutionised the infant feeding industry. It was the world’s first non-leak cup and its slit valve technology transformed independent toddler drinking. Not only does it eliminate spillage but the design also protects growing teeth by allowing a flow of juice only when the child sucks and swallows. Add this to a range of contemporary colours and you have the ultimate baby must-have.

When the Anywayup® cup was named winner of Innovation category in the Design Effectiveness Awards the Design Business Association  judges said: "The results are extraordinary, 70 people were employed on the back of this product, marketing was done by word of mouth and it dominates the sector."

The Anywayup® cup was named a Millennium Product (2000) and has since won numerous awards, including:

  • The Tommy Award for the Most Parent Friendly Innovative Product (1999 & 2000)
  • Best Product Design (Consumer) at the UK's Design Industry Awards 2000
  • The overall 3M Award for Innovation at the Design Effectiveness Awards 2000
  • The British Plastics Federation Award for innovative use of plastics.

40-60 million cups featuring Haberman technology are sold every year.

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The Glugs

My expertise, designs and materials have been used by the UK Government throughout its Sure Start Nurseries as part of an initiative to educate and promote healthy eating habits amongst pre-school children.

Glugs was produced for The HENRY Programme with the generous support of the Child Growth Foundation, the Department of Health, the Department for Children, Schools and Families and the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health


Suckle Feeder

The multi-award winning Suckle Feeder is the first ever baby bottle that truly emulates breastfeeding and delivers natural paced suckle feeding in accordance with healthcare professionals' directives.  Another first!

The Suckle Feeder is designed for paced feeding and is recommended by lactation consultants as it:

  • Encourages and prolongs breastfeeding
  • Supports responsive, baby-led feeding and natural pausing
  • Designed to prevent overfeeding and reduce the long term health risk factors associated with other bottles
  • Reduces gas, colic and reflux
  • Encourages active peristaltic suckling action, to stimulate the respiratory system, increase oxygen supply and help develop the oral cavity for better speech development
  • Enables nutritive and non-nutritive suckling
  • Makes feeding in an upright position possible

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The Haberman Suckle Feeder "is a superior tool that allows babies who must receive a bottle to feed in a relaxed paced manner as they do when they are breastfeeding. It helps make the baby comfortable transitioning from breast to bottle (and vice versa). Paced feeding is the most desirable bottle-feeding method and Habermans design is superior as air is completely eliminated from the teat. Paced feeding prevents a baby from guzzling and is helpful in the effort to reduce childhood obesity. Mothers returning to work need a bottle that will make a baby more likely to continue breastfeeding when a mother is not working. The Haberman Suckle Feeder is a great solution.

(Lactation Consultant, London)

"Highly-recommended as a bottle that's ideal for breastfeeding mums who also want to bottle feed"  


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