Nestlé under fire for marketing claims on baby milk formulas

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Exclusive: Report finds Swiss multinational is violating advertising codes and misleading consumers with nutritional claims

The Swiss multinational Nestlé has been accused of violating ethical marketing codes and manipulating customers with misleading nutritional claims about its baby milk formulas.

A new report by the Changing Markets Foundation has found that Nestlé marketed its infant milk formulas as “closest to�, “inspired by� and “following the example of� human breastmilk in several countries, despite a prohibition by the UN’s World Health Organisation (WHO).

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