Welcome to the Mead Johnson Journal. The journal serves as a global platform to share the latest news about our company, along with our perspective on developments and insights on breaking news related to children’s nutrition.
Posted on Jan. 24th, 2012 at 4:30pm
Mead Johnson welcomes AmazingBaby to its mobile app family.
The new AmazingBaby iPhone app helps turn everyday moments – like playtime and bath time – into perfect opportunities for parents and their babies to play, grow and learn together.
Posted on Jan. 17th, 2012 at 12:45pm
Mead Johnson Nutrition has donated 14 important paintings to the Evansville Museum of Arts, History and Science. The paintings are by the eminent 19th century Dutch artists Cornelis Zwaan and Bernard Pothast. Featuring rural scenes of mothers caring for young children, prints of the paintings were originally used in calendars and other Mead Johnson publications.
Posted on Dec. 30th, 2011 at 9:30am
The following message was sent to members of the Enfamil® Family Beginnings program. We’d like to share it with you here.
With the recent media attention to infant formula, we wanted to make sure that you know that trust in Enfamil products is well placed. We are completely confident that Enfamil PREMIUM® Newborn formula and all the other products we manufacture are safe.
That’s because every single batch of Enfamil formula undergoes approximately 2,300 individual quality and safety tests before being shipped from our warehouse.
Posted on Dec. 23rd, 2011 at 7:30pm
The following post is written by Daniel March, Mead Johnson’s global Director of Food Safety. Dan has more than 37 years experience in the infant formula industry, including that past 25 years with Mead Johnson. Dan is also a past member of the U.S. Delegation to the CODEX Committee on Food Hygiene.
Posted on Dec. 22nd, 2011 at 2:30pm
Our company recently became aware of an infant’s death in Missouri. This infant tested positive for Cronobacter, which is a microorganism commonly found in the environment and sometimes implicated in rare but serious illnesses in newborn babies. We were informed that the infant had been fed one of our products.
Posted on Dec. 13th, 2011 at 10:30am
As a world leader in infant and children’s nutrition, Mead Johnson plays an important role in the global community. Our mission to nourish the world’s children for the best start in life goes beyond our focus on marketplace responsibility and providing the best science and nutritional quality in our products. It extends to our commitment to give back to the communities in which we operate by supporting infants and children in vulnerable circumstances, as well as protecting the environment which we all share.
Posted on Nov. 21st, 2011 at 10:00am
Earlier this month, Mead Johnson officially opened the Mead Johnson Pediatric Nutrition Institute technology center in Guangzhou, China, marking an important milestone in our ongoing legacy of science and innovation.
As the latest link in our global R&D network, and our third such facility around the world – joining Mead Johnson Pediatric Nutrition Institute technology centers located in the U.S. and Mexico – the new center in Guangzhou will connect leading Chinese and international scientific experts to explore and advance pediatric nutrition science and its applications.
Posted on Nov. 14th, 2011 at 12:30pm
Mead Johnson Mexico recently kicked off its community volunteer program, “Feeding Dreams,” with Casa de las Mercedes (House of Mercedes), a safe home for young women and children. The organization provides room, board and clothing, as well as educational, medical, psychological and moral support to the residents.
Posted on Sep. 20th, 2011 at 10:00am
Globally, millions of children live without parental care, with most living in orphanages, group homes and institutions. Through research and discussions with child welfare experts, we have learned that while their caregivers work very hard to provide optimal care to these children, science-based training and resources on nutrition and feeding practices to help identify nutrition deficiencies are often unavailable.