As part of its continued commitment to bringing Wellness in every Home and Happiness in every Heart, Himalaya Wellness Company, one of India’s leading wellness brands, has further strengthened its mission of providing comfort to traveling mothers. Himalaya BabyCare’s 150th baby feeding room was inaugurated at Kempegowda International Airport’s (BLR Airport) Terminal 2 on 8th March 2023 in the presence of airport officials and the Himalaya BabyCare team. With this new installation, Himalaya has more than 150 baby feeding rooms installed across major Indian airports, railway stations, and hospitals, and thousands of mothers benefit from this service every day.
An integral part of Himalaya, Himalaya BabyCare offers baby care products that are gentle and safe for babies. Babies and mothers have always been Himalaya’s top priorities. The first baby feeding room was installed in BLR Airport in 2012 to provide a hygienic and comfortable space for mothers to feed their babies in privacy.
The initiative is a part of the Company’s continuous efforts to support and encourage more and more mothers to breastfeed their babies. Himalaya BabyCare has installed baby feeding rooms in various cities, including Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Lucknow, Ahmedabad, Jaipur, Guwahati, Mangalore, Trivandrum, Indore, Coimbatore, Shirdi, Nagpur, Pune, Bhopal, Kannur, Calicut, and Trichy.
Highlighting the importance of baby feeding rooms, Mr. Chakravarthi N.V., Business Head – BabyCare, Himalaya Wellness Company, shares, “Himalaya has always been a strong believer in empowering and enabling communities to lead healthier and happier lives. We understand the challenges that mothers face while traveling with infants. This initiative is part of the Company’s efforts to support the needs of new parents traveling with infants and make their journeys stress-free and more comfortable. This initiative is in line with the Company’s commitment to spreading happiness by supporting the well-being of families across the nation and is anticipated to have a substantial impact on how parents of young children enjoy traveling. Our goal is to give mothers a clean, restful environment where they may breastfeed their children privately.”