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The USA Has A Baby Formula Shortage While Neighboring Countries Don’t

The United States is currently struggling with a baby formula shortage with an average out-of-stock rate of 40%. Eight states have reported at least a 50% out-of-stock rate. Mothers from across the nation have chimed in with stories of traveling for hours just to find enough formula to last for three to four days. People have taken recent pictures from inside retail stores showing barren shelves that used to be completely filled with formula. The official reason for the formula shortage is the typical “supply chain shortage” dilemma. Certain ingredients necessary to produce formula aren’t as readily available due to global supply problems. However, that hasn’t stopped the United States government from shipping palettes of baby formula to the Southern Border for illegal aliens.


The Biden Administration Is Shipping Pallets of Baby Formula to the Border

The Baby Formula Crisis – The New York Times

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What’s Behind America’s Shocking Baby-Formula Shortage? – The Atlantic

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A perfect storm hits baby formula | CNN Politics

Baby Formula Shortage: Abbott (ABT) Factory Bacteria Risk Spotted Last Year – Bloomberg

White House ‘strongly’ considering using Defense Production Act to address infant formula shortage, lawmaker says | CNN Politics

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