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  1. 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 …
  2. Submission by Natasha Smallwood ( PDF 297.04 KB )

    9 November 2015 - is effectively marketing in all brackets. 11. 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. 12. The MAIF agreement does not cover … at protecting breastfeeding. 14. The MAIF agreement and its weak guidelines are unenforceable and have no consequences for breaches …
  3. ACCC to Interested Parties re Consultation Process ( PDF 203.79 KB )

    23 July 2015 - Agreement (MAIF Agreement). The MAIF Agreement is a voluntary self-regulatory code of conduct which governs the marketing …
  4. Submission by Susan Day ( PDF 239.55 KB )

    9 November 2015 - to be included in MAIF. The governance of the MAIF Agreement is far from transparent, does not involve breastfeeding experts … 2 Industry is keen for the Toddler Milks to be kept out of scope of MAIF as not only do they want to keep advertising … brackets. MAIF does not cover social media or electronic marketing. The weak industry put-together “guidelines” in this area …
  5. Submission by Megan Fox ( PDF 55.33 KB )

    11 November 2015 - of the Marketing in Australia of Infant Formula (MAIF agreement) for the next 10 years. I have two young sons and am proud … that the MAIF agreement in its current form is not sufficient. The fact that retailers are not covered by MAIF means … and the agreement, as it stands, fails to address some of the problems of voluntary self-regulation of marketing of infant formula …
  6. ACCC to Dept. of Health re Response to Letter dated 8 October 2013 ( PDF 83.04 KB )

    14 October 2013 - Canberra ACT 2601 Dear Ms King Marketing in Australia of Infant Formula: Manufacturers and Importers Agreement (MAIF Agreement … advise that Aspen Nutritionals Australia Pty Ltd has become a signatory to the MAIF Agreement. We do not require any further … to discuss the ACCC’s role with respect to the authorisation process as it concerns the MAIF Agreement, please do not hesitate …
  7. ACCC to Applicant re Pre-Decision Conference ( PDF 183.1 KB )

    26 November 2015 - Formula: Manufacturers and Importers Agreement (MAIF Agreement) and associated guidelines. The ACCC concluded in its draft …
  8. ACCCount - September Quarter 2016 ( PDF 668.76 KB | DOCX 204.8 KB )

    10 November 2016 - effect to the Marketing in Australia of Infant Formula Agreement (MAIF Agreement) for a further five years. The MAIF … and would be inconsistent with the principles set out in the MAIF Agreement. Ultimately, the issue of whether marketing … to authorise the agreement for only a further two years, to allow the government to consider alternatives to the MAIF Agreement
  9. ACCC to Interested Parties re Pre-Decision Conference ( PDF 184.71 KB )

    26 November 2015 - in respect of the Marketing in Australia of Infant Formula: Manufacturers and Importers Agreement (MAIF Agreement) and associated …
  10. Submission by Naomi Hull ( PDF 7.55 KB )

    11 November 2015 - with marketing, in particular from the formula industry. The MAIF agreement is a watered down version of the WHO code is not enough. The formula industry has found ways to get around this voluntary agreement and is getting away with it, especially since the abolishment of APMAIF in 2013. Breaches of MAIF carry no repercussions… how can this be protecting mother and infants? The current …