Infant Formula Advertising

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Infant Formula - History of Formula - Follow-on and Toddler Formulas
... Generally up to age 6 or 12 months, when infants are typically breastfed) was considered largely saturated, and in conjunction with regulations on infant formula advertising ... have argued that follow-on and toddler formulas were introduced partly to circumvent these regulations and have resulted in confusing advertising ... An early example of follow-on formula was introduced by Wyeth in the Philippines in 1987, following the introduction in this country of regulations on infant formula advertising, but which did not address ...

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