We monitor the baby food industry around the world with our partners in IBFAN (the International Baby Food Action Network).

IBFAN’s International Code Documentation Centre produces reports and legal updates.  See the global monitoring page for a selection of the latest reports.

In the UK, we monitor the baby food industry on behalf of the Baby Feeding Law Group, a coalition of leading health professional and mother support groups. See our UK monitoring page for more on the marketing rules and how to report violations .

IBFAN is a member of the Network for Global Monitoring and Support for Implementation of the International Code of Marketing of Breast-milk Substitutes and Subsequent relevant World Health Assembly Resolutions (NetCode) – hosted by WHO.

The goals of NetCode is to strengthen Member States’ and civil society capacity to monitor the International Code and relevant WHA resolutions; and to facilitate the development, monitoring and enforcement of national Code legislation by Member States, by bringing together a group of committed actors to support these processes.