27 May '11, 7pm

New @Care2Causes Post: Nestlé Ignores Critics and Invents New Formula Marketing Gimmicks #noNestle

New @Care2Causes Post: Nestlé Ignores Critics and Invents New Formula Marketing Gimmicks #noNestle

No one disputes the fact that formula and bottles should exist. However, the WHO, breastfeeding and health advocacy organizations, along with many governments, agree that they should not be marketed to expectant mothers, new mothers and health professionals. People should be able to access these products when they are needed, but should not be faced with deceptive messages and imagery that suggest that a bottle is the standard way to feed a baby or that formula is as good as breastmilk.

Full article: http://www.care2.com/causes/health-policy/blog/nestle-ign...

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