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"HRH, The Prince of Wales has supported quackery on uncounted occasions. Several years ago, Charles even began selling his very own line of snake-oil. Now he surprises the British public with a brand new product: the 'Baby Organic Hamper'. It is being sold for £195 under Prince Charles' Highgrove label...I would be inclined to file Charles' baby-hamper under the category of 'foolish nonsense'...[it] does, however, acquire a more sinister significance through the fact that the heir to the throne, who arguably should be an example to us all, yet again is responsible for unsubstantiated therapeutic claims. So, on balance, I think this is more than just foolish nonsense; in fact, it is yet another example of Charles misguiding the public through his passion for quackery." Professor Edzard Ernst (5th November 2013)