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We represent manufacturers of high quality specialist nutritional and aseptically compounded products designed to meet the needs of people with special nutritional and medical requirements.

We represent manufacturers of foods specifically tailored for individuals aged 0-3 years, including infant formula, follow-on formula, young child formula and complementary foods.

We represent manufacturers of medical foods designed to help meet the nutritional or dietary needs of patients who are unable to achieve an adequate nutritional intake from normal foods.

We represent manufacturers of parenteral nutrition, which provides nutrients and fluid to a patient by an intravenous route.

We represent manufacturers of unlicensed, aseptically prepared intravenous (IV) solutions which are used to treat and/or manage a range of diseases, disorders and medical conditions.

BSNA is the voice of the specialist nutrition industry in the UK

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BSNA joins global colleagues to welcome the new global standard on follow-up formula for older infants and products for young children

BSNA joins with our colleagues at International Special Dietary Foods Industries to welcome the revision…

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SNE statement on World Health Organization Guideline for complementary feeding of infants and young children

Specialised Nutrition Europe (SNE) has expressed concern about certain recommendations and the methodology employed by…

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Making disease-related malnutrition a priority for health and social care in the UK and worldwide – Malnutrition Awareness Week 2023

This week marks Malnutrition Awareness Week 2023 (6-12 November), led by the Malnutrition Taskforce and…

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Industry Response to The Lancet Series on Breastfeeding - Ensuring access to optimum nutrition requires a holistic approach

In a joint letter to the editor of The Lancet published today (4 August), the…

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Celebrating Dietitians Week 5-9 June 2023

This week is Dietitians Week (5-9 June) - an opportunity to reflect on the importance…

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Latest Blog

Feeding Tube Awareness Week 2024 - how tube feeds help people to live, grow and thrive!

This week marks the 2024 Feeding Tube Awareness Week (4-10th February 2024) taking place worldwide…

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Demanding more on nutritional care - BAPEN 2023 Annual Conference

On 28-29 November 700 delegates ascended to Edinburgh to attend the BAPEN 2023 Annual Conference…

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Bienvenue à Lyon - 45th ESPEN congress

ESPEN welcomed delegates to the 45th ESPEN congress on 11-14th September 2023…

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‘Value Share Engage’ - Home Artificial Nutrition (HAN) Week 7-13 August 2023

HAN Week 2023, run by the patient support group PINNT (Patients on Intravenous and Nasogastric…

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The Power of Concerted Efforts Against Malnutrition

The Optimal Nutritional Care for All (ONCA) campaign is a multi-stakeholder initiative to facilitate greater…

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The expenditure of disease-related malnutrition is estimated at £19.6bn/yr in England

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29.3% of infants born in England are exclusively breastfed at 6-8 weeks

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Parenteral nutrition is used by patients for a total of 1.2mn days/yr