FDA outlines plan to ensure constant supply of baby formula amid 2022 shortages

The plan includes identifying risks to supply chains and developing plans to make disruptions less severe.

News 12 Staff

Mar 29, 2023, 1:00 PM

Updated 472 days ago

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The Food and Drug Administration is outlining a plan to ensure the U.S. supply of baby formula stays constant and safe.
It includes identifying risks to supply chains and developing plans to make disruptions less severe.
The strategy comes as the Biden Administration faces criticism for its handling of the 2022 baby formula shortage.


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