In our latest Nutrition Asia video series, we find out what parents in APAC want, what new infant formula innovations to expect this year, and how industry can better provide for children’s nutritional needs.
Feeding infants with milk other than breastmilk (MOTBM) within the first six months of life may contribute to asthma risk when they are three years old, according to a cohort study by researchers in Australia and Qatar.
Nestlé's progress into China's A2 milk market and continual criticism by breastfeeding advocates in India feature in our top trending stories on social media this month, alongside South Korean cancer research, food fortification in India and...
From revamped regulations in New Zealand and India to controversy surrounding infant formula brands in APAC and a supplement firm in China, this month's regulatory review covers the latest news on ingredient, advertising and manufacturing laws in...
The International Baby Food Action Network (IBFAN) Asia has levelled serious accusations against infant nutrition firms in 11 APAC countries, claiming unethical marketing practices are rampant in the region.
Here's a recap of our 10 most read nutrition stories in December, featuring infant nutrition in India, sports nutrition in APAC and the US, the continued popularity of Aussie supplements in China and more.
Indian regulator FSSAI has issued a gazette notification of its amendments to the standards for children's supplements in the Food Safety and Standards (Food Products Standards and Food Additives) Regulations, 2011.
A first-of-its-kind national report on infant feeding in New Zealand will be used to aid the Ministry of Health in its upcoming review of the country’s existing food and nutrition guidelines for young children.