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Mum shares her horror at finding anti-vaxx stickers on several baby products.

The NSW mum shopping at her local Big W with her baby daughter made the discovery in the baby section.

Anti-vaccination stickers had been stuck onto the baby products by someone who was obviously pushing the material and their beliefs.

The mum told Kidspot she was really angry when she found it and noted there were other stickers scrunched up on the floor in the same aisle.

The sticker reads:

Toxic additives in vaccines are linked to: Cancer, ADHD, Brain damage, SIDS, Epilepsy, speech delays, food allergies, Autism, Diabetes, Autoimmune disease etc

The stickers clearly have nothing to do with Big W or any other retailers themselves, anti-vaxxers sadly use these marketing tactics to target vulnerable new parents who may not yet have vaccinated their babies.

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  • Oh please! Get a life!

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  • The retailers should be tracking down the people doing it and charge them for damaging product packaging. What if one of these stickers got put over a really important warning label on the product and a kid got hurt or killed? Ignorant twits.


    • Such a good point and I agree – it is not ok in anyway to interfere with goods in a store.

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  • Terrible! New parents are often impressionable and could easily be mislead by these claims.

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  • Surely they have video footage and can see who is tampering with products?

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  • The shop / the articles in the shop is not the place to express your opinion.
    Would our response be the same when it would have been pro-vaxx stickers ??

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  • Definitely not ok to do this. It isn’t your property.

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  • hopefully they will see who did it on CCTV.

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  • I hope a few people who have spotted these have reported it or the Store Manager or other management in the BigW Store they were found at. If you find no action has been taken contact BigW Head Office for NSW or the National Office.

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  • Definitely not the place to place these stickers!

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  • Very shocking

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  • Absolutely disgusting! Publishing this stuff without the facts to back it up. And gullible people will fall for it, sadly. Really low to target baby goods

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  • No comments on where there information comes from. Every expert I’ve spoken to has told me the single best thing to do for babies health is vaccination.

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