Exclusive: Report finds Swiss multinational is violating advertising codes and misleading consumers with nutritional claims
The Swiss multinational NestlÃ© 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 NestlÃ© marketed its infant milk formulas as â€œclosest toâ€�, â€œinspired byâ€� and â€œfollowing the example ofâ€� human breastmilk in several countries, despite a prohibition by the UNâ€™s World Health Organisation (WHO).
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