Maternal & Child Nutrition Supplement: Availability, Promotion and Consumption of Commercial Infant Foods

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Are kids getting the nutrition they need to thrive? These ten Maternal & Child Nutrition articles summarize ARCH’s research findings on the availability, promotion, and consumption of foods for infants and young children.

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Promotion and consumption of breastmilk substitutes and infant foods in Cambodia, Nepal, Senegal and Tanzania

Promotion and prelacteal feeding of breastmilk substitutes among mothers in Kathmandu Valley, Nepal

High consumption of commercial food products among children less than 24 months of age and product promotion in Kathmandu Valley, Nepal

Pervasive promotion of breastmilk substitutes in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, and high usage by mothers for infant and young child feeding

High use of commercial food products among infants and young children and promotions for these products in Cambodia

Promotion and consumption of commercially produced foods among children: situation analysis in an urban setting in Senegal

Infant and young child feeding practices among children under 2 years of age and maternal exposure to infant and young child feeding messages and promotions in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Cross-sectional survey shows that follow-up formula and growing-up milks are labelled similarly to infant formula in four low and middle income countries

Assessment of corporate compliance with guidance and regulations on labels of commercially produced complementary foods sold in Cambodia, Nepal, Senegal and Tanzania

Point-of-sale promotion of breastmilk substitutes and commercially produced complementary foods in Cambodia, Nepal, Senegal and Tanzania

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