For decades, Abbott Nutrition educational materials have helped health care professionals teach pregnant women about breastfeeding their infants. We are equally dedicated to supporting mothers who cannot, should not, or choose not to breastfeed by creating superior quality infant nutrition products—just as we have done for over 80 years. With these ongoing commitments, we are proud to contribute to the nutritional well-being of babies and to provide education on good nutrition in all its forms.
As part of our continuing support of breastfeeding education and initiatives, we extend our commitment to:
Promoting breastfeeding education and supporting programs for mothers of all cultures and their families and healthcare professionals
Working with legislators and policymakers on ways to increase breastfeeding rates in the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)®
Supporting appropriate breastfeeding and workplace lactation legislation
Building workplace lactation program models and promoting them to the business community
WIC is the registered trademark of the US Department of Agriculture and an abbreviation for the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children.