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Louise Armstrong Mar 18
Just finished watching dispatches (C4) and seen confirmed what I've always believed. Formula milk companies are dishonest and seek every opportunity to influence health care professionals.
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Kate Quilton Mar 18
Are parents being ripped off by formula brands? Can we really trust what we’re told on the box? Will specialist milks even help your baby?... We investigate the science and the marketing, The Great Formula Milk Scandal. Tonight, 8pm, C4.
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Vicki Cooper Apr 8
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Kate Quilton Mar 18
Just arrived in Glasgow for work and currently sat in the dark settling my baby boy. Thanks for keeping me posted here! All ears for questions - I’ll probably be here in the dark for some time...
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Son of Karl Mar 18
Baby formula brands losing their shit over . Well played and team! worth having a word with some of your midwives too.
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Ffi Mar 18
Well done , exposing the heavy marketing industries implement to greedily manipulate parents who just want the best for their babies. Heavy is frightening. Thank you for helping the British public learn about it
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Karen Hall Aug 26
I'm looking for your stories of expressing and of combi-feeding - would YOU be interested in sharing yours on my blog?
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NationalBFHelpline Mar 18
Watching this evening? Feeling confused about which milk to use? Wish you could find independent info about formula? Check out - loads of clear, unbiased, parent friendly information:
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Faye Buckingham Mar 18
If there was proven benefits of all the 'added' extras in formula milk they would all have to contain it! More expensive but no proven benefit??
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NCT Mar 18
Do you need support with feeding your baby? Whether you're bottle feeding, breastfeeding or a combination of both, you can call our feeding line on 0300 330 0700 (choose option 1). Open every day from 8am to midnight.
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Infant Feeding APPG Mar 18
Further reading - our APPG Report on the cost of infant formula also highlighted the consequences for family budgets and infant health.
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Louise Armstrong Mar 18
Well done Channel 4 for bravely bringing this subject to the publics attention and shedding light on the immoral way formula milk companies break the WHO code designed to protect babies.
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TheJoyOfBabies Mar 19
I have just rewatched the great scandal😒 as a I have first hand experience with most of with clients choosing to use them or having to and have seen some awful reactions to them!!
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Milly Bones Mar 18
My heart genuinely breaks watching this. How can an industry be allowed to continue to operate so clearly unethically? It’s an absolute outrage.
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FeedSleepBond Mar 19
My colleague with nailed it last night. calling out unethical &scandalous ways that people are being ripped off. If formula is chosen or needed it should be free from misleading advertising.
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K Mar 18
not that interesting so far. . they are all the same? surely we know this. &it’s all advertising. want to share anything novel?
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NCT Mar 18
Will you be tuning in to watch The Great Formula Milk Scandal tonight at 8pm? will investigate if is being priced fairly and whether claims being made for it are scientifically proven. Call our Infant feeding line 0300 330 0700 for support.
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Jenny Rumney Mar 18
Watching The Great Formula Milk Scandal. Are the prices they are using to work out how many months that amount of would last based on responsive feeding on demand or a set routine?
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Lucy Westerman Mar 18
“We can’t rely on formula companies to put babies before profits.” Thanks for the important exposè This programme isn’t anti formula, it’s illuminating the lack of transparency & manipulative marketing targeting vulnerable parents
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Michael I Goran, PhD Jun 29
How formula milk firms target mothers who can least afford it: companies are continuing to use aggressive methods to target mothers in the poorest parts of the world to encourage them to choose powdered milk over .
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