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Stop!! The Corporate Takeover of Infant Feeding!

ID Number: 988
Maker: Action for Corporate Accountability
Technique: offset
Date Made: Circa late 1970s-early 1980s
Place Made: United States: Connecticut, New Haven
Measurements: 43.4 cm x 28 cm; 17 in x 11 in
Main Subject: Children; Health
Materials: paper (fiber product)
Digitized: Y

Full Text:
Stop!! The Corporate Takeover of Infant Feeding! Boycott Nestle & AHP Formula Requires Sterilization Millions of poor mothers can’t sterilize water, bottles or nipples. Formula is Expensive Can cost 755 of a family’s income in developing nations and 40% of welfare checks in some U.S. states. Millions dilute formula to make it go further. 1.5 Million Babies Die Every Year Formula-associated malnutrition, gastrointestinal disease, and diseases mother’s antibodies protect breastfed babies against. Companies Push Formula With Deceptive Ads/Marketing Nestle and American Home Products put profits before babies’ lives. Breastmilk Is Free, Sterile & Protects Against Disease Women everywhere have the right to know about breastfeeding and to be encouraged and supported to protect their babies with breastmilk. Outraged Consumers Boycott Nestle And American Home Products In 70 Countries Help with this fight. Organize. Become a baby saver. Contact: Action For Corporate Accountability 129 Church Street New Haven, CT 06510 (203) 787-0061 [...]


Acquisition Number: 1993-101

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