Topic: Complementary Feeding

Présentation: Codex sur la Nutrition et les Aliments Diététiques ou de Régime (CCNFSDU) 2021

Helen Keller International’s Assessment & Research on Child Feeding (ARCH) Project and UNICEF hosted a webinar: ‘Preparing for the Codex Committee on Nutrition and Foods for Special Dietary Uses (CCNFSDU) 2021’ on November 3, 2021. Access the presentation in English. Presenters: Alison Fleet, Project Specialist, UNICEF Jane Badham, Consultant to ARCH Project Ndeye Yaga Sy,…

Presentation: Preparing for the Codex Committee on Nutrition and Foods for Special Dietary Uses (CCNFSDU) 2021

Helen Keller International’s Assessment & Research on Child Feeding (ARCH) Project and UNICEF hosted a webinar: ‘Preparing for the Codex Committee on Nutrition and Foods for Special Dietary Uses (CCNFSDU) 2021’ on November 2, 2021. Access the presentation in French. Presenters: Katherine Shats, Nutrition Legal Specialist, UNICEF Jane Badham, Consultant to ARCH Project Alissa Pries,…

Nutrition composition and labelling practices of commercially produced complementary foods sold in the Khsach Kandal District, Cambodia

This study assessed the composition, nutrient content, nutrient content claims and related labelling practices as declared on the labels of 68 commercially produced complementary foods (CPCF) purchased in Khsach Kandal District, Kandal Province, Cambodia in 2020 against global standards and guidance (Codex Alimentarius and WHO), and relevant national legislation. The study also compared the nutrient…

Composition and labelling practices of commercially produced complementary foods sold in Bandung City, Indonesia

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…

Sugar content and nutrient content claims of growing‐up milks in Indonesia

This article was published in the journal Maternal & Child Nutrition in April 2021. Abstract ‘Growing‐up milks’ (GUMs)—breast‐milk substitutes targeted for young children (aged 12–36 months)—are commonly consumed in Indonesia. The World Health Assembly has stated that GUMs are not necessary for proper growth and development, and recently, the American Academy of Pediatrics declared that such…

Rangkuman: Praktik pemberian ASI dan produk pengganti ASI serta motivasi pemberian makan di antara para ibu di Kota Bandung, Indonesia

This brief provides data on the prevalence of breastfeeding and breast-milk substitute use among mothers of children less than three years of age in Bandung City, Indonesia. The study also explores the motivating factors that influence mothers to breastfeed and/or provide breast-milk substitutes. Access the brief in English. Suggested citation: Helen Keller International (HKI). (2021).…

Ringkasan Eksekutif: Komposisi Kandungan Gizi dan Praktik Pemberian Label pada Susu Pertumbuhan (GUMs) yang Berlaku di Indonesia antara Januari 2017 dan Mei 2019

This is an executive summary of a report on the level of declared sugar content and nutritional quality based on the label analysis of growing-up milks (GUMs) launched in Indonesia between January 2017 and May 2019. The full report (in Bahasa Indonesia) is available here. The technical brief (in Bahasa Indonesia) on this research is…

Executive Summary: Nutritional Composition and Labelling Practices of Growing-up Milks (GUMs) Launched in Indonesia between January 2017 and May 2019

This is an executive summary of a report on the level of declared sugar content and nutritional quality based on the label analysis of growing-up milks (GUMs) launched in Indonesia between January 2017 and May 2019. The full report is available here. The technical brief on this research is available here. Access the executive summary…