Hong Kong laws do not cover nutrition and health claims made on infant formula and young children’s food. Photo: Sam TsangHong Kong laws do not cover nutrition and health claims made on infant formula and young children’s food. Photo: Sam Tsang
Hong Kong laws do not cover nutrition and health claims made on infant formula and young children’s food. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong eyes ban on unproven health claims printed on milk formula tins

Government mulls regulating questionable health and nutritional claims on the packaging for milk formula and food for young children

Hong Kong laws do not cover nutrition and health claims made on infant formula and young children’s food. Photo: Sam TsangHong Kong laws do not cover nutrition and health claims made on infant formula and young children’s food. Photo: Sam Tsang
Hong Kong laws do not cover nutrition and health claims made on infant formula and young children’s food. Photo: Sam Tsang
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