It was not a call to action.
I am human – I have teetered on whether or not I should use coupon dot com on my blog and I am considering that removal since there are often formula coupons on there.
If someone uses formula that is their choice. BUT, again, Nestle and other companies tactically use bloggers to break the WHO Code.
Read through information on formula marketing tactics. We all have our “things” that makes us tick… this is mine.
Governments have found that when they’ve allowed direct advertising like we have in the US, breastfeeding rates decrease drastically. This is why many countries and the WHO and UNICEF ascertain that women shouldn’t be given free formula or marketed to directly. Most of us posting here, reading blogs, have access to clean water to mix formula with…. We have the ability to find resources if necessary… the women who are manipulated and are told in marketing campaigns that breast milk is not as good as formula (different than the ads we currently see in most of the western world), is the issue.