Baby Formula Stock Rates May Take Months To Improve, Report Says

Although White House officials committed to bring in enough formula for approximately 40 million 8 ounce bottles, the stock rates for formula kept sinking, per data from Information Resources Incorporated (IRI), CNN reported Tuesday.

Earlier this month, President Joe Biden admitted he was unaware of the baby formula shortage until several months after a closed manufacturer led to the problem, Breitbart News reported June 4.

Eventually, Health and Human Services queried the Food and Drug Administration about how it was dealing with the shutdown.

“A bacterial infection found at the Abbott plant in Michigan also led to the deaths of two infants,” the outlet said, adding, “Biden has been trying to fix the formula shortage by seeking foreign suppliers.”

Per the CNN article, experts said formula sales were usually consistent, but increased demand reportedly showed “that consumers are likely stockpiling formula, potentially perpetuating the shortage.”

Meanwhile, American families were struggling amid skyrocketing gas prices and 41-year-high inflation, Breitbart News reported June 18, noting the issues persisted as the midterm elections approached.

In addition, human milk banks across America were experiencing more demand and donations as the baby formula shortage continued, the outlet reported May 31.

“Along with the heightened demand is an increase in mothers looking to supply breastmilk to meet the need,” the outlet said.

The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on Breit Bart.

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