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  1. Submission by Deb Yates ( PDF 27.41 KB )

    11 November 2015 - to express my concern that there is an application to extend the Marketing in Australia of Infant Formula (MAIF) Agreement for another 10 years. Despite previous consumer concerns about MAIF, a review has not been conducted prior to this application … The governance of the MAIF Agreement is not transparent, does not involve breastfeeding experts and lacks Australian government …
  2. Submission by Megan Elliott-Rudder ( PDF 111.45 KB )

    10 November 2015 - to promote, support and protect the short-term and long-term health of both mothers and infants. The current MAIF agreement has … in toddler milk use (contrary to public health messages) and electronic media avenues. The proposal to re-authorise the MAIF Agreement for 10 years is not in the best interests of Australia’s mothers, infants, health budget, or international standing …
  3. IBLCE to ACCC re Request for Pre-decision Conference ( PDF 145.85 KB )

    12 November 2015 - Examiners® (IBLCE®) submits that: 1. The MAIF Agreement does not reflect “an appropriate implementation of the WHO Code” … with authorisations A91506 and A91507 lodged by the Infant Nutrition Council for the Marketing in Australia of Infant Formula (MAIF Agreement): Manufacturers and Importers Agreement Date 29 October 2015 Dear Ms. Ransom: We appreciate the opportunity make …
  4. Submission by Natalie Yuen-Francis ( PDF 36.78 KB )

    11 November 2015 - to lock in a 10-year arrangement on the marketing of infant formula • The MAIF agreement does not meet Australia's obligations to implement as legislation the full WHO Intl Code of Marketing of Breastmilk Substitutes • The MAIF agreement was last signed … families) • The MAIF agreement lacks coverage - doesn't cover toddler milks, promotion by retailers (eg. supermarkets …
  5. ACCC to Interested Parties re Draft Determination ( PDF 118.94 KB )

    29 October 2015 - to the Marketing in Australia of Infant Formula: Manufacturers and Importers Agreement (MAIF Agreement). The MAIF Agreement
  6. Submission by Frances Bilbao ( PDF 221.93 KB )

    11 November 2015 - formula. Marketing in one is effectively marketing in all brackets. • The MAIF agreement does not apply to retailers – a significant loop-hole that allows retailers to be involved in marketing practices that would be otherwise disallowed. • The MAIF … to be an effective tool at protecting breastfeeding. • The MAIF agreement and its weak guidelines are unenforceable and have …
  7. Submission by Marie Gray ( PDF 23.83 KB )

    11 November 2015 - INC) request for a re- authorization of the Marketing in Australia of Infant Formula (MAIF agreement) for a further 10 … interim re-authorisation only. Please also consider that the MAIF agreement does not apply to retailers – a significant … at protecting breastfeeding. The MAIF agreement and its weak guidelines are unenforceable and have no consequences for breaches …
  8. Australian Nursing & Midwifery Federation ( PDF 502.48 KB )

    14 August 2015 - of the Marketing in Australia of Infant Formulas: Manufacturers and Importers (MAIF) Agreement. mailto:adjudication@accc.gov.au … document-brfeed-maif_agreement.htm http://whqlibdoc.who.int/publications/2009/9789241594967_eng.pdf http://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/10665/43947/1/9789241594295_eng.pdf?ua=1 http://www.health.gov.au/internet/main/publishing.nsf/Content/health-pubhlth-publicat-document-brfeed-maif_agreement
  9. ACCC to Applicant re post PDC ( PDF 156.48 KB )

    17 December 2015 - the current WHO/WHA deliberations to be considered and potentially adopted in Australia 2. that the MAIF Agreement in its current … given to parents in a manner that discourages breastfeeding 6. a list of signatories to the MAIF Agreement is not easily … in Australia of Infant Formula Agreement, in the form authorised in A90539 and A90540. Interim authorisation will remain in place …
  10. Submission by Jeanette Cullen ( PDF 227.97 KB )

    11 November 2015 - upon then the MAIF agreement is not the answer. The voluntary and self-regulatory nature of the agreement and the lack … report and the National Breastfeeding Strategy before re- authorising the MAIF agreement, is hypocritical of Australia's … breastfeeding. I beseech you to reconsider your intentions, and at the very least permit reauthorisation of the MAIF agreement