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FSA powdered infant formula research
Project Code: XA0409
The World Health Assembly adopted a resolution in 2005 that Member States should inform healthcare workers, parents and other caregivers about best practices for preparation, use and handling of powdered infant formula.
This was due to international concern about the risk to infants from pathogenic microorganisms, because powdered infant formula milk is a non-sterile product and as such should be prepared and handled appropriately. In addition, caregivers should be informed through an explicit warning on the packaging that powdered infant formula may contain pathogenic microorganisms.
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