Baby Care

Wednesday, April 25, 2018

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LASCO Baby Care and Breakfast warmed the hearts and tummies of wards of Maxfield Park Children's Home on April 12, with a donation of products valued at $100,000. Donated items included Jack and Jill diapers and wipes; LASCO One and Up soy and milk formula; LASCO instant oats; LASCO instant chocolate mix; and LASCO water crackers.

The donation was made in conjunction with a treat and talk by LASCO on breakfast and productivity as part of the Jamaica Productivity Centre Education Tour.

Here are some highlights:

1. Sandra Geohagan-Green, promotions manager at LASCO Distributors Ltd, is all smiles as she interacts with this baby.

2. Krishta-Gay Lewis-Harewood, LASCO Breakfast and Baby Care brand manager, and Aaron Walters, guidance counsellor at Maxfield Park Children's Home, are caught under the spell of this baby during their tour of the nursery.

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