4 employers win awards for support of breastfeeding awards
Allegheny County Health Department announced four winners in its annual Breastfeeding Friendly Place Awards.
H.J. Heinz Co.'s Heinz 57 Center, Downtown, and Kids Plus Pediatrics, Squirrel Hill, were recognized in the workplace category.
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh's Woods Run branch won in the public place category. And E2 Toys2Try in Scott received the retail category award.
The awards, started in 1996, seek to encourage employers and others to encourage breastfeeding by offering space that makes it easier for mothers to breastfeed.
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