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JAPAN-HEALTH/TEATS
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May 26, 2014
A Pigeon Corp baby bottle is pictured at the company's R&D centre in Tsukubamirai, Ibaraki prefecture...
TSUKUBAMIRAI, Japan
A Pigeon Corp baby bottle is pictured at the company's R&D centre in Tsukubamirai
A Pigeon Corp baby bottle is pictured at the company's R&D centre in Tsukubamirai, Ibaraki prefecture April 4, 2014. Pigeon Corp's researchers are on a high-tech quest - to perfect a baby's bottle teat that replicates a breastfeeding mother's nipple. Pigeon, founded almost 60 years ago, sells about 100 million bottle teats a year and has a more than 80 percent share of the Japanese market. As the country's birth rate declines, the company has moved overseas and hopes to have 50 percent share of the baby bottle teat market in all major international markets by around 2020, according to a note by Shared Research. To match story JAPAN-HEALTH/TEATS Picture taken April 4, 2014. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY HEALTH BUSINESS)
JAPAN-HEALTH/TEATS
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May 26, 2014
Kosuke Mori, a three-month-old baby, is fed by his mother as Satoru Saito (not pictured), general manager...
TSUKUBAMIRAI, Japan
A baby is fed by his mother as Satoru Saito, general manager of Pigeon Corp, researches on how babies...
Kosuke Mori, a three-month-old baby, is fed by his mother as Satoru Saito (not pictured), general manager of Pigeon Corp's R&D centre, conducts a research on how babies drink milk, at Pigeon's facility in Tsukubamirai, Ibaraki prefecture April 4, 2014. Pigeon Corp's researchers are on a high-tech quest - to perfect a baby's bottle teat that replicates a breastfeeding mother's nipple. Pigeon, founded almost 60 years ago, sells about 100 million bottle teats a year and has a more than 80 percent share of the Japanese market. As the country's birth rate declines, the company has moved overseas and hopes to have 50 percent share of the baby bottle teat market in all major international markets by around 2020, according to a note by Shared Research. To match story JAPAN-HEALTH/TEATS Picture taken April 4, 2014. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY HEALTH BUSINESS)
JAPAN-HEALTH/TEATS
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May 26, 2014
Kosuke Mori (C), a three-month-old baby, is fed by his mother Sayuri (2nd L) as Satoru Saito (bottom...
TSUKUBAMIRAI, Japan
A baby is fed by his mother as Saito, general manager of Pigeon Corp's R&D centre, researches how babies...
Kosuke Mori (C), a three-month-old baby, is fed by his mother Sayuri (2nd L) as Satoru Saito (bottom R), general manager of Pigeon Corp's R&D centre, conducts a research on how babies drink milk, next to Kosuke's father Kenichi (L) and a staff member, at Pigeon's facility in Tsukubamirai, Ibaraki prefecture April 4, 2014. Pigeon Corp's researchers are on a high-tech quest - to perfect a baby's bottle teat that replicates a breastfeeding mother's nipple. Pigeon, founded almost 60 years ago, sells about 100 million bottle teats a year and has a more than 80 percent share of the Japanese market. As the country's birth rate declines, the company has moved overseas and hopes to have 50 percent share of the baby bottle teat market in all major international markets by around 2020, according to a note by Shared Research. To match story JAPAN-HEALTH/TEATS Picture taken April 4, 2014. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY HEALTH BUSINESS)
JAPAN-HEALTH/TEATS
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May 26, 2014
Kosuke Mori, a three-month-old baby, is fed by his mother as Satoru Saito (not pictured), general manager...
TSUKUBAMIRAI, Japan
A baby is fed by his mother as Satoru Saito, general manager of Pigeon Corp, researches on how babies...
Kosuke Mori, a three-month-old baby, is fed by his mother as Satoru Saito (not pictured), general manager of Pigeon Corp's R&D centre, conducts a research on how babies drink milk, at Pigeon's facility in Tsukubamirai, Ibaraki prefecture April 4, 2014. Pigeon Corp's researchers are on a high-tech quest - to perfect a baby's bottle teat that replicates a breastfeeding mother's nipple. Pigeon, founded almost 60 years ago, sells about 100 million bottle teats a year and has a more than 80 percent share of the Japanese market. As the country's birth rate declines, the company has moved overseas and hopes to have 50 percent share of the baby bottle teat market in all major international markets by around 2020, according to a note by Shared Research. To match story JAPAN-HEALTH/TEATS Picture taken April 4, 2014. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY HEALTH BUSINESS)
JAPAN-HEALTH/TEATS
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May 26, 2014
Satoru Saito, general manager of Pigeon Corp's R&D centre, walks past a company sign at Pigeon's facility...
TSUKUBAMIRAI, Japan
Saito, general manager of Pigeon Corp's R&D centre, walks past a company sign at Pigeon's facility in...
Satoru Saito, general manager of Pigeon Corp's R&D centre, walks past a company sign at Pigeon's facility in Tsukubamirai, Ibaraki prefecture April 4, 2014. Pigeon Corp's researchers are on a high-tech quest - to perfect a baby's bottle teat that replicates a breastfeeding mother's nipple. Pigeon, founded almost 60 years ago, sells about 100 million bottle teats a year and has a more than 80 percent share of the Japanese market. As the country's birth rate declines, the company has moved overseas and hopes to have 50 percent share of the baby bottle teat market in all major international markets by around 2020, according to a note by Shared Research. To match story JAPAN-HEALTH/TEATS Picture taken April 4, 2014. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY HEALTH BUSINESS)
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