Infant feeding involves more than just meeting basic nutrient requirements. It must also consider the timely introduction of appropriate forms of food, ever-evolving self-feeding skills and food preferences, and laying the foundation for a lifetime of healthy eating habits.

The youngest consumers are arguably the most challenging. Infants do not make their own food choices and cannot tell their parents or other caregivers exactly what they want or need to eat. Toddlers, on the other hand, feel q…

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