Commercial Baby Foods Contain Too Much Sugar, WHO Europe Studies Show
The Guardian: WHO urges ban on high levels of sugar from fruit puree in baby food
“Commercial baby foods contain too much sugar — even when they are labeled as savory meals, says the World Health Organization, which is seeking a ban on added sugars in foods for children under 36 months old…” (Boseley, 7/15).
U.N. News: Baby foods high in sugar, inappropriately marketed in Europe, reveal two U.N. studies
“…[Two] studies from WHO Europe show that a high proportion of baby foods are incorrectly marketed as suitable for infants under the age of six months, when in fact much of it contains inappropriately high levels of sugar…” (7/15).
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