UK: Controls tightened on infant formula nutrition claims
Companies will no longer be able to promote infant formula with health claims likening formula to breast milk, suggesting consumption helps build a child's natural immune system or that additives such as long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids (LCPs) are important for development, following fresh guidance issued to the UK's Trading Standards body.
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