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Using the Code to guide the marketing of complementary foods to protect optimal infant feeding practices: GAIN working paper series

Author: Quinn, V., Zehner, E., Schofield, D., Guyon, A. and Huffman, S.
Year: 2010
Resource type: Field tool

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Quinn, V., Zehner, E., Schofield, D., Guyon, A. and Huffman, S. (2010). Using the Code to guide the marketing of complementary foods to protect optimal infant feeding practices: GAIN working paper series. www.ennonline.net/gainusingthecode

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