ATNI has just published seven country reports describing how the products of manufacturers of complementary foods  – for older infants and young children under three years of age – perform against an adapted version of the nutrient and promotion profile model developed for these products by the WHO Regional Office for Europe. This assessment is part of a series of research activities conducted by the COMMIT Initiative – the Consortium for Improving Complementary Foods in Southeast Asia. COMMIT was established to better understand the use, quality and regulation of commercially produced complementary foods (CPCF) in Southeast Asia and is led by UNICEF East Asia and the Pacific Regional Office (EAPRO).

The assessment covers both the nutrition composition and labelling of CPCF. CPCF were assessed in seven countries in Southeast Asia: Cambodia, Indonesia, the Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand, and Viet Nam.

For more information and to access the reports, please go to the dedicated page.

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