This study assessed the composition, nutrient content, nutrient content claims and related labelling practices as declared on the labels of 211 commercially produced complementary foods (CPCF) purchased in Bandung City, Indonesia in 2017 against global standards and guidance (Codex Alimentarius and WHO), and relevant national legislation. The study also compared the nutrient content (as determined by laboratory assessment) of a sub-sample of the most commonly available CPCF, purchased in Jakarta, Indonesia in 2020, to their declared nutritional information.
Helen Keller International (HKI). (2021). Composition and labelling practices of commercially produced complementary foods sold in Bandung City, Indonesia. Helen Keller International, Washington, DC.View Resource