Nestlé baby milk

   

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How often do you see scientific claims used by companies like Nestlé trying to convince you to buy a new food product or nutritional supplement? All the time.

But when it comes to food science, can you tell the facts from the fakes? Take our quiz to find out - it takes just a couple of minutes. We’ll get you started with the first question:

Taking vitamin C will stop you getting a cold

TRUE    or    FALSE

Nestlé claims its baby milks are based on nutritional science, but research has revealed that these products are actually designed to exploit different tastes, trends and parental fears. This has to stop. It’s time for Nestlé to start dealing in facts not fake science, and simply offer safe, affordable, nutritionally complete baby milk to parents and their... children.

When you take the quiz, you can also sign our baby milk petition to Nestlé. And when you share it, you'll get more people involved to help us hold Nestlé accountable.

This isn't our first fight with Nestlé. SumOfUs members around the world are supporting struggles by workers, consumers, and entire communities threatened by the Swiss multinational corporation's greedy business practices. 

Give the food quiz a try, and sign our petition to stop Nestlé's manipulative marketing. 

Thanks for all that you do,
Eoin and the team at SumOfUs


More information:

Nestlé under fire for marketing claims on baby milk formulas, Guardian, 1 February 2018

   

 

 


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