Research Finds Consumption and Promotion of Commercially-Produced Complementary Foods Less Pervasive in Urban Cambodia, Nepal, Senegal, and Tanzania Than Commercially-Produced Snack Foods

This brief provides findings from ARCH’s research that assessed consumption of commercially-produced food products among infants and young children and their mothers’ exposure to promotions for these products in the most populous cities of Cambodia, Nepal, Senegal, and Tanzania (Phnom Penh, Kathmandu Valley, Dakar Department, and Dar es Salaam).

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Helen Keller International. (2015) Research Finds Consumption and Promotion of Commercially-Produced Complementary Foods Less Pervasive in Urban Cambodia, Nepal, Senegal, and Tanzania Than Commercially-Produced Snack Foods. Helen Keller International, Washington, D.C.

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