ATNI launches two new reports on infant and young child nutrition in the Philippines13 May 2021
ATNI is pleased to launch its sixth in-country assessment of Marketing of Breast-Milk Substitutes (BMS) and Complementary Foods (CF) in the Philippines. The study was done in collaboration with Westat and the Nutrition Center of the Philippines and it assesses the following 4 global BMS/CF companies: Abbott, Danone, Nestlé and Reckitt. The study was carried out in the National Capital Region including Manila, following the NetCode Protocol for Periodic Assessment. The study assesses compliance with the International Code of Marketing of BMS, including all subsequent relevant WHA resolutions.
ATNI will be launching the second country assessment for Mexico and its BMS/CF Marketing Index 2021 on June 10.Westat Philippines report
ATNI is launching its first study on Commercially Produced Complementary Foods (CPCF) in the Philippines which was conducted with the Nutrition Center of the Philippines (NCP). The study aims to answer two key questions in respect of older infants and young children in the Philippines:
- Landscape Analysis of infant and young child feeding: What is the status of older infants’ and young children’s nutrition, diets and health, and how can it be improved?
- Product Profile of commercially produced complementary foods (CPCF): More specifically, do these products meet the nutritional standards of the WHO Europe’s newly developed nutrient profiling model (WHO NPM) designed to assess the nutritional quality of CPCF marketed as suitable for older infants and young children (6-36 months), and whether are they labelled in line with WHO recommendations.
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