The United Arab Emirates has increased maternity leave in a bid to improve the work/life balance of working mothers. As a result, working mothers from public industries are now entitled to 90-days’ maternity leave and 2-hour breastfeeding breaks.
Rising demand for large pack types is being seen across many packaged food categories, including baby food. Purchases in pharmacies are usually made by parents after a consultation with a paediatrician, especially during the first few months of a baby’s life.
Dubai Municipality regulates import and re-export requirements for foodstuffs entering the country. Displaying nutritional information on food labels is required for baby food.
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