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Resource: Labeling Study Report: Tanzania

This report describes findings from ARCH’s assessment of labels for commercially produced complementary foods and selected commercially produced foods not specifically marketed for but commonly consumed by infants and young children in Tanzania. The aim of this cross-sectional study was to describe the extent to which the labels comply with both local and international guidance…

Resource: Labeling Study Report: Nepal

This report describes findings from ARCH’s assessment of labels for commercially produced complementary foods and selected commercially produced foods not specifically marketed for but commonly consumed by infants and young children in Nepal. The aim of this cross-sectional study was to describe the extent to which the labels comply with both local and international guidance…

Resource: Labeling Study Report: Senegal

This report describes findings from ARCH’s assessment of labels for commercially produced complementary foods and selected commercially produced foods not specifically marketed for but commonly consumed by infants and young children in Senegal. The aim of this cross-sectional study was to describe the extent to which the labels comply with both local and international guidance…

Resource: Labeling Study Report: Cambodia

This report describes findings from ARCH’s assessment of labels for commercially produced complementary foods and selected commercially produced foods not specifically marketed for but commonly consumed by infants and young children in Cambodia. The aim of this cross-sectional study was to describe the extent to which the labels comply with both local and international guidance…

Resource: Assessment of Promotion of Foods Consumed by Infants and Young Children in Nepal: Assessment and Research on Child Feeding (ARCH) – Nepal Country Report

This report describes findings from a study that aimed to build understanding around mothers’ exposure to commercial promotions for infant and young child food products and their utilization of these products in Kathmandu Valley, Nepal. ARCH conducted the study in collaboration with Nepal’s Ministry of Health and Population’s Child Health Division. Suggested citation: Pries A.M.,…