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Enfamil Breast Milk Composition Claims Should Be Modified - NARB

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

Mead Johnson Advanced Formula Enfamil with Iron breast milk composition claims should be discontinued unless specific conditions are met, the National Advertising Review Board recommends, upholding an earlier National Advertising Division decision.

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