Amit Jain
May 12, 2014

PR battle lines drawn over formula milk

Campaigners and corporations are once again locked in a PR war.

PR battle lines drawn over formula milk

Nearly 40 years after Nestlé found itself in the centre of a controversy over the marketing of infant formula milk to mothers in the developing world, the food and pharmaceutical industry is again locked in a public relations battle with campaigners opposed to the promotion of breast milk substitutes.

Read the full article, 'Battle lines drawn over formula milk", from PRWeek Asia.

Source:
Campaign Asia

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