Nestlé breaks pledge to end use of vanilla flavouring in baby formula

Nestlé, the world’s largest food company, has broken a pledge to end the use of vanilla flavourings in baby milk powders, according to a report.

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Emails seen by the Guardian show that Nestlé committed to end the use of sucrose and vanillin in products aimed at babies under 12 months after a separate CMF report last year caused controversy.

Source: Nestlé breaks pledge to end use of vanilla flavouring in baby formula | Business | The Guardian