Tag Archives: marketing

What is the WHO-CODE?

The primary purpose of the “WHO-CODE” is to protect mothers and babies from the highly effective, aggressive and predatory marketing of substitutes for breastfeeding (i.e. infant formula, bottles, artificial nipples) at the most vulnerable period of their lives, the birth … Continue reading

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From Dou-la-la…Breast is Best, Sponsored by Simfamil: Don Draper Explains It All For Us.

This post was originally published on Dou-la-la on 9/4/2010. We’re so glad she’s allowed us to share it here, too! INT: STERLING COOPER DRAPER PRYCE, DON DRAPER’s OFFICE. PEGGY OLSON and PETE CAMPBELL sit expectantly on the sofa, an easel bearing … Continue reading

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The Risk of Overzealous Lactivism

Like many in the breastfeeding community, I was outraged when I saw recent reports about a new ordinance in a suburb of Atlanta that prohibited public breastfeeding of a child over two.  The issue quickly went viral in breastfeeding circles, … Continue reading

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Babeworthy: Formula Companies Get Creative

Did you catch these Babeworthy stories in the news this week?! 1.  Similac’s had an app for that for a few months and now Mead-Johnson, maker of Enfamil, is tossing their hat in the ring with their ExpectingBaby iPhone app. … Continue reading

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