My lecture on childhood nutrition and food politics at the University of Georgia has been cancelled: Coronovirus.
Infant formula companies have a problem: the products are virtually identical in nutrient composition (they all have to meet the same FDA standards), babies only need them for the first year, and the number of babies is finite. From the formula industry’s perspective, the challenge is how to increase sales. Here’s how this industry is managing this challenge.
Where next for infant nutrition?
In this special edition, we take a look at the infant formula sector, which far from being static is changing through novel ingredients, smart packaging, the explosion in plant-based products, and production of breast milk from cells.