Bepanthen® offers ‘Daily Protection and Gentle Healing’ to all babies in nappies and consequently peace of mind to their mothers.
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Letibalm is the first repair balm specially formulated for treating the area around the nose and lips. Its treatment formula moisturizes, repairs, protects and soothes.
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Baby Powder is a key value and profit driver in the Baby Toiletries category. To grow the category further, JOHNSON’S® Baby has just launched JOHNSON’S® Baby Fresh Powder with a light ‘Fresh’ fragrance that will appeal to the needs of the growing adult and family market.
Following the success of Squish Pure Fruit Smoothies, brought to consumers by the Puré range from Boland Pulp, Squish Baby stands to take the baby food market in South Africa by storm with a nationwide unveiling in the country’s top pharmacy brands, Clicks and Dis-Chem.
Following the success of Squish Pure Fruit Smoothies, brought to the market by the Puré range from Boland Pulp, Squish Baby stands to take the baby food market in South Africa by storm.
Fruit Pack, a 100% natural fruit purée snack for kids, today partnered with South Africa's largest online parenting megastore, CaloraBaby.co.za to ensure product accessibility and convenience for parents across South Africa.
Danone sales boosted on baby food demand
17/04/2013 - 10:58
Paris - French food group Danone said Tuesday the explosion in demand for baby formula in China helped lift sales by 4.3% in the first quarter of the year to €5.3bn ($6.9bn).
SA to ban bisphenol A in baby bottles
15/07/2011 - 09:41
This news escaped FSA's radar at the time... on March 25, 2011, the Department of Health issued a draft regulation to ban the use of bisphenol A (BPA) in baby bottles. Draft regulation (R249) under the Foodstuffs, Cosmetics and Disinfectants Act, 1972, aims to prohibit "The Manufacturing, Importation, Exportation And Sale Of Polycarbonate Infant Feeding Bottles Containing Bisphenol A". Interesed parties had three months (to June 25) to submit comments.