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Nestle under fire for marketing claims on baby milk formulas
by Arthur Neslen
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1 February 2018
On 1 February 2018 The Guardian reported:
A report finds Swiss multinational is violating advertising codes and misleading consumers with nutritional claims. A new report by the Changing Markets Foundation found that Nestle marketed its infant milk formulas as 'closest to', 'inspired by' and 'following the example of' human breastmilk in several countries, despite a prohibition by the UN's World Health Organisation (WHO). The study, which analysed over 70 Nestle baby milk products in 40 countries, also found that Nestle often ignored its own nutritional advice in its advertising.
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