11 thoughts on “Creamy And Delicious

  1. CousinJack

    Ireland shame, we’re world leader in exporting and marketing baby formula to the third world and thus promoting malnutrition and disease.
    Coincidentally we also have lowest breast feeding rates in OECD and lead in child obesity.

    1. mildred st. meadowlark

      It really annoys me how *little* breastfeeding is promoted to mothers in hospital. I saw lots of women being handed cartons and cartons of premade formula and very little breastfeeding support/promotion in general on the post-natal wards.

      In the NICU however they are fantastic at promoting breastfeeding. I know from direct experience following my daughter’s birthday. She had a number of health issues, following a premature birth, and the staff could not have been better at encouraging and supporting breastfeeding.

      It was bizarre.

        1. mildred st. meadowlark

          Would you like me to begin my treatise on the health benefits of the placenta?

          It’s riveting.

    2. Sheik Yahbouti

      This is identical to the campaign that got Nestle into trouble twenty odd years ago. They were marketimg their slop to impoverished African mothers in the same way – convincing them that it was the “best” for their babies. UTTERLY shameful. Commerce really has no conscience.

      1. Frilly Keane

        That was for Baby Powder
        Or as the Tanks would say

        The real fallout was Nestlé promoting that their milk powder mixed with the local water supply was better than breast milk

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