Before the pandemic, Bolivia’s economy registered sustained GDP growth, which led to the expansion of the middle class. This population segment, especially younger generations, has a greater predisposition to the consumption of non-traditional products, such as infant milk formulas, due to the convenience thereof.
The leading company in baby food, Nestlé Bolivia, increased its efforts to connect with new generations of parents through social networks and its website www.nestlebabyandme.
In 2016, Bolivia enacted Law No. 3460 for the Promotion of Breastfeeding.
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