A baby stays in a shopping cart as his mother selects baby milk in a supermarket. Chinese mothers have signalled a continuing preference for foreign brands even after the Fonterra scandal. Photo: AFP A baby stays in a shopping cart as his mother selects baby milk in a supermarket. Chinese mothers have signalled a continuing preference for foreign brands even after the Fonterra scandal. Photo: AFP
A baby stays in a shopping cart as his mother selects baby milk in a supermarket. Chinese mothers have signalled a continuing preference for foreign brands even after the Fonterra scandal. Photo: AFP
New Zealand

Trust in baby formula is elusive

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A baby stays in a shopping cart as his mother selects baby milk in a supermarket. Chinese mothers have signalled a continuing preference for foreign brands even after the Fonterra scandal. Photo: AFP A baby stays in a shopping cart as his mother selects baby milk in a supermarket. Chinese mothers have signalled a continuing preference for foreign brands even after the Fonterra scandal. Photo: AFP
A baby stays in a shopping cart as his mother selects baby milk in a supermarket. Chinese mothers have signalled a continuing preference for foreign brands even after the Fonterra scandal. Photo: AFP
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