Kiwi scientists have published nationally representative research on the breastmilk composition of breastfeeding mothers in the country, which could aid the development of supplements or programmes to support the health of breastfeeding mothers and their...
New Zealand's Commerce Commission has granted the Infant Nutrition Council (INC) authorisation to extend advertising and marketing restrictions to include infant formula products for children up to one year of age.
Industry experts have welcomed Chinese president Xi Jinping's intention to increase China's foreign investment opportunities, advance cross-border e-commerce (CBEC) development, further slash import tariffs, and simplify customs protocols for...
Probiotics have shown significant benefits for three of Asia-Pacific's biggest growing health sectors, namely — infant nutrition, weight management and healthy ageing, according to an expert from DuPont.
Supplementation with lactoferrin may help to minimise the incidence of necrotising entereocolitis (NEC) and late-onset sepsis (LOS) in premature infants, with no adverse effects, say researchers in China.
Brands must share the responsibility for shortages of infant formula in some Australian stores, instead of heaping the blame on daigou shoppers, says Australia-China Daigou Association (ACDA) president Dr Mathew McDougall.
Australian infant formula firm Bellamy's has predicted that its H1 sales will fall by 10% to 15% from a year ago, due mainly to the quickening competition among international competitors for the Chinese milk market.
The International Probiotics Association (IPA) has urged the industry to support its efforts to bring consistency to the global regulatory landscape, so that the rules can keep pace with technology and scientific advancement.