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Post by Squiglet on Wed Jan 20, 2010 2:13 pm

With the news that NESTLE were planning on getting their greedy little mitts on to the baby population of Haiti in the aftermath of the earthquake...there were some real concerns about the plight of babies there. The worry was that Nestle would encourage mothers to move over to their milk. With absolutely no water available and a majority of the Haitian population living under bedsheets in a field, there is absolutely no sanitation either, the introduction of formula milk would be another horrific death toll waiting to happen. Because formula in these situations kills and is deadly... But I was while looking through some photos of the disaster I was very happy to find the following photo. Smile


Its nice to know in such a horrific disaster that what comes naturally to women, saves babies. Its also awesome that Sky News have published such a photo and not one of them feeding babies with formula.
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Post by emmiesmummy on Wed Jan 20, 2010 7:47 pm

what a great photo,comfort assurance & food all in one x
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Post by ldnug on Wed Jan 20, 2010 8:37 pm

That is a very comforting photo Very Happy

Typical of a company to try and gain out of disaster Mad
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Post by Natasha on Wed Jan 20, 2010 9:20 pm

Wonderful picture! yes just typical of Nestle, oh how helpful they are are

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