Infant, Baby Foods From Low-, Middle-Income Countries Have Unpredictable Quality, Study Shows

New York Times: The Baby Is Getting Fed — but What?
“Baby food is sold in every country on Earth, but in poor and middle-income countries, its quality is completely unpredictable, a new study has found. Children would be healthier if an international agency tested brands and certified them as nutritious, the study’s authors argued…” (McNeil, 12/19).

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