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Breastfeeding Welcome Here

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  1. Attract Families to Your Business! display a Breastfeeding Welcome Here decal in your front WindoW! Did you know? • Over 72 percent of women with purchasing power initiate breastfeeding in Texas. • Studies show, women from higher income families are more likely to breastfeed. • Many moms perceive breastfeeding in public as a barrier to breastfeeding. When they do breastfeed, it is often done so discreetly you don’t even know the baby is being fed. • Texas law says Moms have the right to breastfeed in public. A mother is entitled to breastfeed her baby in any location in which the mother is authorized to be. (Chapter 165, Texas Health and Safety Code) • Breastfeeding families are more likely to patronize businesses where they feel welcome and their family values are respected. © 2006 Department of State Health Services. Nutrition Services Section. All rights reserved. Stock no. 13-06-12411 rev. 5/06

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