No Real Formula for Formula

Nestlé’s baby formula products are lacking, well, a formula, according to an investigation into the infant milk megabrand that found inconsistencies in its products, and called on Nestlé to review its range ensure its science is up to date.

The report found products supposedly modeled on breast milk contained different ingredients from one country to the next. Products that hit the shelves in American and Asian countries wouldn’t pass muster in Europe due to “insufficient scientific evidence,” the investigation found.

Nestlé hit back, insisting it complies with WHO codes and that its formulas are “strictly informed by the best available science.”

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