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Saturday, June 12, 1999

Group questions milk company ads

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  • KUALA LUMPUR: The Breastfeeding Advisory Association of Malaysia has expressed its concern over the statements made by milk product companies in the wake of the Belgium dioxin scare.

    Its president Siti Norjinah Moin said the recent claims and advertisements in the newspapers by baby food companies are marketing measures which should not have occurred.

    She said any information related to infant formula products must be submitted to the Vetting Committee on the Code of Ethics for Infant Formula Products, adding that breastfeeding was the safer and healthier alternative.





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