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Processed supplementary foods for older infants and young children, with special reference to developing countries



Processed supplementary foods for older infants and young children, with special reference to developing countries



Food and nutrition bulletin 9(1): 1-7



New guidelines are presented concerning the use of supplementary processed foods for older infants and young children, particularly in developing countries, which are primarily based on technical information in the Codex Committee's 1985 "Guidelines for Development of Supplementary Foods for Older Infants and Young Children." These new guidelines provide practical suggestions to be considered when planning the development and use of supplementary foods to less than optimal conditions which generally require extra considerations to maximize the affordability and nutritional quality and safety of the supplementary food. The purpose of these guidelines is to advise individuals in developing countries on the preparation and feeding of low-cost, affordable processed foods as suitable supplements to breast milk or its substitutes when such are insufficient to meet the nutritional needs of older infants and children. Data on safe minimum daily intakes of vitamins and minerals for these recipients are included.

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