Finding Formula Troubles

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There are reports that people are having trouble finding Similac® Advance® Infant Formula at your local retailer. Now is a perfect time to make the switch to store brand formula. There is a considerable savings in price when you compare the nutrition of Parent’s Choice Advantage™ Infant Formula to Similac Advance and feel comfortable knowing that these formulas are nutritionally equivalent and offer the same benefits. They both contain Prebiotics to help support a baby’s immune system. This milk-based nutrition containing all nutrients, vitamins and minerals for growth and development DHA & ARA, which may support brain and eye development. The can sizes are even the same as you can get Parent’s Choice Advantage™ in 23.2 oz and 12.4 oz sizes. If you are having problem finding your expensive formula you should consider trying a store brand infant formula alternative sold at retailers including Walmart, Sam’s Club, Target, Kroger, Walgreens, CVS, and Babies “R” Us. A switch to generic formula can save you up to 50%. We have included a link for you see the savings yourself. The thing is all infant formulas are subject to the same exacting standards of the FDA pursuant to the Infant Formula Act. This legislation vested FDA with the authority to ensure that all infant formulas sold in the United States provide the necessary levels of identified nutrients required for the growth of healthy babies. You can find Store-brand formulas that are the nutritional equivalent to Enfamil® and Similac® brand-name formulas. The scary part is usually when there is a recall it starts out small but is part of bigger problem and the time to find out is sooner not later.

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