Established in 2006, the BMC amassed support from 10 000 individuals and more than 30 organisations, including Unite/CPHVA, Baby Milk Action, Maternity Action, UNICEF and the RCM.
What does BMA stand for?
BMA stands for Baby Milk Action
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We have 278 other meanings of BMA in our Acronym Attic
- Battle Management/Command and Control & Communications (Ballistic Missile Defense System)
- Battle Management/Command, Control, & Communications
- Battle Management Command, Control, Communications and Intelligence
- Battlefield Mobility/Target Acquisition
- Branchiomotor/Visceromotor (neurology)
- Boatswain's Mate First Class (Naval Rating)
- Boatswain's Mate Second Class (Naval Rating)
- Band Mikrofon 3 (Bang & Olufsen produced 1955-66)
- Boatswain's Mate Third Class (Naval Rating)
- Brugia malayi paramyosin and maltose binding protein
- Bachelor of Musical Arts (degree)
- Bagnols Marcoule Athlétisme (French athletic organization)
- Bahamas Monetary Authority
- Bahrain Monetary Agency
- Baltimore Museum of Art (Maryland)
- Bangkok Metropolitan Administration
- Bangladesh Medical Association
- Bangladesh Military Academy
- Bank Marketing Association
- Baptist Missionary Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
Although the resolution to oppose the authorization of the health claim was authored by MEP Glenis Wilmott and three other members of ENVI, the campaign against the claim appears to have been initiated by breast milk advocates, including Baby Milk Action.
Patti Rundall, of pro-breastfeeding group Baby Milk Action, says: "Gisele meant well but was pointing the finger at the wrong people.
The restrictions fall short of the total ban on all formula advertising demanded by campaign group Baby Milk Action.
A coalition including the National Childbirth Trust and Baby Milk Action said that many mothers did not distinguish between the two types of formula, and would continue to be persuaded to give up breastfeeding and switch to bottles while their baby is small.
1" in Europe and Baby Milk Action continues its international anti-Nestle campaign.
Patti Rundall of Baby Milk Action said: "British mums have been given the impression -principally through aggressive advertising -that formula is as good as, if not better, than breast milk.
baby Milk Action is recruiting volunteers to leaflet the chain's customers.