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General Note: Quickly and easily, without the need for thorough and detailed analysis. Questions are arranged in a friendly and simple format. The format makes sure that important information like who, what, where, when and how is not forgotten.

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Detailed Forms

FORM 1 – Interview with Mothers


General Note: This form is intended for interviews with mothers who have children under 6 months. In this form, “mothers” also includes pregnant women and family members. Where possible,please send a specimen, scan or photo with this form. Mark them with the same reference as you have written at the top right-hand corner of this form. Indicate also to which question a specimen or photo relates.

FORM 2 – Promotion in Shops


General note: This form is intended to cover all retail outlets including pharmacies and online shops.

FORM 3 – Hospitals, clinics & health workers


General note: This question asks for information about products within the scope which the facility uses. See the Manual for explanation of what products are included within the scope of the Code. Make sure that for each product listed, there is corresponding information on how the product is obtained. Record only what happened within the last 6 months.

FORM 4A – Labels of infant formulas


General note: This question asks for information about products within the scope which the facility uses. See the Manual for explanation of what products are included within the scope of the Code. Make sure that for each product listed, there is corresponding information on how the product is obtained. Record only what happened within the last 6 months.

FORM 4B – Labels of follow-up formulas, growing-up milks,
complementary foods and other breastmilk substitutes


General note: Use this form to analyse the labels of
• any follow-up or growing-up milk marketed for babies 6 months or older but not over three years old.
• any food or drink for babies under 6 months old (except infant formula)
• any food or drink which shows a photo, drawing or other picture of an infant clearly less than 6 months old.
• any food or drink where no age is mentioned on the label but bottle feeding is recommended.
Where possible, please include a specimen or a photo of the label with this form.

FORM 4C – Labels of feeding bottles and teats


General note: Feeding bottles and teats are products within the scope of the International Code. Labels should provide the necessary information about the appropriate use of products and should not discourage breastfeeding. Where possible, please include a specimen or photo of the material with this form.

FORM 5 – Company materials and practices


General Note: Use Section I to analyse:
• promotion on products within the scope in all media, including professional journals.
• company materials such as leaflets and brochures on infant and young child feeding.
Use Section II for any observations you want to make about
• Promotion of other products that undermine breastfeeding.
• Company funded events including public-private partnership (or similar/related practices).
• Promotion in the context of infant and young child feeding in exceptionally difficult circumstances.

For both Sections I & II, please include specimen or photos with this form, where possible. Mark them with the same reference as you have written at the top right-hand corner of this form. Indicate also which question a specimen or photo relates to.