Baby formula crisis WORSENS as out-of-stock levels hit 30%: Parents accuse Biden of forgetting about them and mom struggling to feed twins says ‘I’m sure these politicians’ babies eat’

  • The US reported a 30% out-of-stock rate for formula nationwide, based on data from the week ended July 24
  • Arizona and Wyoming reported the highest out-of-stock rates in the country, at 44% and 42% respectively
  • Biden tried to alleviate the crisis by making it it easier for foreign manufacturers to get shipments into the US
  • Regardless, parents struggling to feed their babies feel like the Administration ‘just forgot’ about the crisis
  • Amber Bergeron, who took to Facebook about the hardships of finding formula for her preemie twins, has described the ongoing crisis as ‘disgusting,’ noting she is ‘sure these politicians’ babies eat 
  • Chris Arroyo, whose daughter needs a speciality formula, said he is frustrated that the Administration keeps giving families the vague timeline of ‘upcoming weeks’ when discussing solutions to the ongoing shortage 
  • The rising out-of-stock rates come as it was revealed Abbott Laboratories, the largest formula producer in the US, was hit with another lawsuit this week by a parent alleging their products contributed to a baby death
  • A new report also revealed the FDA started probing the factory after a stun gun was deployed at the facility and a fed-up employee complained about plant safety

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