Nestle Accused of Adding Sugar to Infant Food in Poor Nations

Nestle’s baby food in developing nations found to contain added sugar, unlike European markets. Samples tested in a Belgian lab show ‘Cerelac’ in India has 2.2gm extra sugar per serving. Public Eye and IBFAN conducted study, prompting concerns over health impacts of early sugar exposure. WHO warns against lifelong sugar preference and chronic disease risks. Nestle yet to respond to allegations.

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