Thursday, 31 March 2016


Nestlé has launched Facebook pages where parents and mothers-to-be can source guidance and expert advice on good nutrition for their babies.

Nestlé's new start healthy stay healthy Facebook pages are available in Ghana and Nigeria.

Philippe Hascoet, country business manager for Nestlé nutrition in central and west Africa said the online social platforms, which are now live, are part of Nestlé start healthy stay healthy - a science-based education programme designed to help mothers and caregivers provide nutritionally and developmentally adequate nutrition in the first 1,000 days of a baby's life.

According to Hascet the facebook page has posts shared through masseges on what to eat during pregnancy, breastfeeding tips, as well as how and when to introduce weaning foods, images and videos to help the first-time mothers in Ghana and Nigeria make the best decisions during the first 1,000 days of baby's life.


  1. Wow, that is where social media comes handy, good to see companies are focusing on using social media to reach its customers. Good post

  2. That is really good initiative by Nestle, this will help expectant mothers a lot. We need such initiatives from more companies

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