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 on the marketing of such foods and to describe the practices observed.
Pereira C., Feeley A., Ford R. & Badham J. (2015) Assessment and research on child feeding (ARCH): Labeling Study Report: Nepal. Helen Keller International, Washington, D.C.View Resource