The Haberman Feeder makes its debut.
Mandy Haberman creates her first invention, the Haberman Feeder, for a special need. There is no bottle or teat (sometimes referred to as a 'nipple') available in the marketplace to help her daughter Emily who is born with feeding difficulties.
The Haberman Feeder goes on to become an essential medical tool that is widely used for a variety of feeding difficulties. For 30 years, it has been used and recommended by professionals and hospitals throughout the world and is widely acclaimed by medical professionals.
More recently, it has been described by Tracy Hogg, The Baby Whisperer, as the: best bottle for breast-fed babies.'