The WHO and UNICEF banned all forms of promotion of baby milk. Nestle, the world's largest food company, didn't comply. An international boycott of Nestle products was organized, and then suspended in 1984 on the promise of compliance. The boycott was reintroduced in 1988 when the company reneged on its promise. As of 1994, Nestle admitted that its baby milk supplies are harmful, but will not stop distributing them unless local governments legislate.