Conditions of Use
Mead Johnson Nutrition (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd (“Mead Johnson”), Reckitt Benckiser Group, plc and/or any its affiliates (“RB”) may at any time revise these terms by updating this posting. By visiting this website you agree to be bound by the rules RB and/or Mead Johnson has established for their websites and should therefore periodically visit this page to determine the current terms to which you are bound. If you do not agree to these terms, do not use this website.
Restrictions on Use of Materials
The Mead Johnson Nutrition Flagship Store website (www.meadjohnsonstore.com.my) is produced by Mead Johnson and operated by DKSH Malaysia Sdn Bhd. The entire contents of the Mead Johnson Nutrition Flagship Store website are copyrighted under copyright laws. Users may download material for their own non-commercial use. The copying, redistribution, or publication of any part of this site is prohibited.
You hereby agree to indemnify and hold harmless Mead Johnson (its parent companies and their affiliates, or any of their officers, directors, employees, agents, representatives) from any and all liability arising from and/or out of a breach of these Conditions of Use or from the representations and warranties on materials you are submitting and from the use
Limitation of Liability
Mead Johnson does not represent or warrant that this Mead Johnson Nutrition Flagship Store website will be accessible or available on a timely basis, or that access to this website will be uninterrupted or error free. This website site is distributed on an "as is" basis, without warranties of any kind, either express or implied, including but not limited to warranties of title or implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. In no event shall Mead Johnson (its parent companies and their affiliates, or any of their officers, directors, employees, agents, representatives, information providers or licensors) be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, special, consequential, punitive or other damages (regardless of the form of action). With the exception of Mead Johnson 's related companies and Mead Johnson Nutrition products*, Mead Johnson is not affiliated or associated with sponsors of sites which hyperlink to or from this Mead Johnson Nutrition Flagship Store website and does not endorse the content appearing in other sites.
*For avoidance of doubt, to the extent that Product information relates to infant and breast milk substitutes within the scope of Malaysian Code of Ethics for the marketing of Infant Foods and Related Products (“Code”) such information shall be used/presented in a manner consistent with the guidelines set out in the Code.
All Mead Johnson Nutrition products, materials and information appearing on this site are intended for Malaysian customers. For relevant information about the products in another country, please see the specific website for that country. The specific Mead Johnson Nutrition products shown on this website may not be available for distribution or sale outside Malaysia.
Mead Johnson and Mead Johnson Nutrition Flagship Store endorse the aim of the World Health Organization (WHO) International Code of Marketing of Breast-Milk Substitutes in developing countries, including standards for product integrity, labeling, distribution and promotion. In accordance with Article 4.2 of the WHO Code, the following statement applies:
Breast-feeding is best for infants and is preferred whenever possible. Breast-feeding is an important part of health, nutrition, and other social measures required to promote health, growth and development of infants and children. If a mother elects to formula feed her infant, reversal of her decision may be difficult. Partial feeding with infant formula could have a negative effect on establishment of breast-feeding. Inappropriate use of breast-milk substitutes may lead to infant malnutrition, serious illness, and even death in all countries. Misuse of breast-milk substitutes poses health hazards, therefore, read and follow preparation and storage instructions carefully. Breast-feeding involves additional nutritional requirements for lactating mothers. It is important, therefore, that a nursing mother have an adequate diet to ensure that the quantity and nutritional quality of her milk is adequate for her baby. Formula, when used properly, provides a sound nutritious substitute or supplement to breast-milk, but it is more expensive. When deciding how to feed your baby, professional advice should be followed and cost of formula considered.
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