Nestlè continues its campaigns to fight against iron deficiency in Myanmar

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An health officer takes medical record from a customer of the Nestlè .  Photo: Supplied

NESTLÈ, the world’s leading food and drink company, continues its awareness raising campaigns in some big cities in Myanmar, donating one-million cups of its Bear Brand malted milk.
Organised by Nestlè Myanmar, the campaigns have initially been conducted in Pathein, Mandalay and Magway towns in July and August, with several programmes, consisting of free medical examination and other edutainment programmes. The campaign was conducted in Pathein Town last month, with organisers planning to carry out the campaign in the remaining towns this month.
The move aims to raise knowledge on food nutrition value and eating practices among the general public through these social campaigns.
This is a part of efforts of Nestlè Myanmar, which launched Bear Brand Malted Milk in late 2017, designed for Myanmar to help people fight against iron deficiency.
Iron deficiency is the most prevalent nutritional disorder all over the world, particularly in developing countries. Iron requirements are especially high in infants, young children and pregnant women.

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