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I thought you weren't allowed to reduce formula in price, eg special offers in supermarkets?

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Caz10 Tue 05-Aug-08 13:16:31

Or is it ok for "follow-on" products?

Just back from Tesco where I nearly tripped over a giant bloody Heinz Nurture display at the end of an aisle, 2 for £12 - is that allowed because it's supposedly for after 6mths?

DH innocently asked if we needed to get that now and then wished he hadn't as I lectured him all around the shop and made him buy Branston baked beans grin

Heinz must have paid a fortune for that kind of product display in Tescos

cafebistro Tue 05-Aug-08 13:21:22

Think its ok for follow on formula because they can advertise it too cant they? maybe it only applies to breast milk substitutes ie. first milks

NotQuiteCockney Tue 05-Aug-08 13:27:15

Yeah, it's fine for follow-on - the rule only applies to newborn milk, which is why follow-on exists. It doesn't exist in other countries where the laws re: formula advertising are different.

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