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To combat the toddler nutrient gap, Evansville, Ind.-based Mead Johnson Nutritionals, a Bristol-Myers Squibb Co., has introduced a toddler foods line called EnfaGrow.
Smith notes that Mead Johnson Nutritionals, an Evansville, Ind.-based division of health- and personal-care giant Bristol-Myers Squibb, made a big splash with its recent introduction of Viactiv, which are soft calcium chews in milk chocolate or mochaccino flavors.
Provider: Mead Johnson Nutritionals, 3404 Bentley Court, Highland Village, TX, 75077.
Mead Johnson Nutritionals markets Respalor for patients with limited respiratory function, and Ross Laboratories presents Calcilo XD for the dietary management of osteoporosis.
Mead Johnson Nutritionals and the Ross Products division of Abbott Laboratories both have introduced infant formula products containing DHA and ARA.
Vanderburgh County's largest industrial employers, both in Evansville, are Whirlpool Corp., with 2,500 on the payroll at its design center and refrigerator plant; and Mead Johnson Nutritionals, employing about 2,200 and making baby formula and other nutritional products.
CNE Provider: Mead Johnson Nutritionals, 2400 West Lloyd Expressway, Evansville, Indiana 47721.
In this role he now oversees the medicines units in Europe, Asia-Pacific and Africa as well as global marketing and the Mead Johnson Nutritionals and ConvaTec divisions.
Provider: Mead Johnson Nutritionals, Evansville, Indiana.
Both Mead Johnson Nutritionals and Abbott Laboratories' Ross Products division have introduced formulas with the fatty acids DHA and ABA, which are important for brain and visual development.
Sponsor: Mead Johnson Nutritionals, Evansville, Indiana.
Speakers at the roundtable analyzed the results of a nationwide survey conducted by Viactiv manufacturer Mead Johnson Nutritionals, which found that: