Journal article

Jun 03 2021

Globalization, first-foods systems transformations and corporate power: a synthesis of literature and data on the market and political practices of the transnational baby food industry

Global milk formula sales grew from ~US$1.5 billion in 1978 to US$55.6 billion in 2019. This remarkable expansion has occurred along two main historical axes.

Guide

May 25 2021

WHO NetCode Toolkit, with annexes

Monitoring is essential in countries that have implemented the Code as national laws to detect violations and to enable effective interventions to stop or eliminate non-compliant actions.

Report

May 16 2021

The baby brands turning Indonesian Instagram into free formula ads

In this in-depth investigative report, the Bureau of Investigative Journalism documents how multinational baby formula companies, such as Nestlé and Danone, are using social media to market to consumers in South East Asia in ways that raise serious concerns they may violate the BMS Code. 

Report

May 16 2021

media scan of Cambodia

Media Scan: Cambodia

The BMS industry uses advertisements and news articles in the media to promote its products. This media scan of Cambodia conducted in 2015 highlights the prevalence of these promotional efforts, which often violate the BMS Code.

Report

May 16 2021

Media Scan: Indonesia

The BMS industry uses advertisements and news articles in the media to promote its products. This media scan of Indonesia conducted in 2015 highlights the prevalence of these promotional efforts, which often violate the BMS Code.

 
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