Since the federal government took an “All the King’s horses and All the King’s men” approach to overcoming the 2022 infant formula shortage, it’s a little surprising that there is still something major to doContinue Reading USDA rule isn’t to prevent future infant shortages as much as to protect WIC when they do occur
It’s been 18 months since the FDA began studying problems in its Human Foods Program and an update from the agency says it will take more time to implement changes.
The head of the Food…Continue Reading Review after review must still be completed before changes can occur at the FDA
The CDC has announced it will begin tracking infections caused by cronobacter, which was behind an outbreak in 2021-22 among babies and caused an infant formula shortage that plagued the nation for months.
The council…Continue Reading Cronobacter infections in babies are now a reportable disease
The infant formula crisis is doing what some said cannot be done.
Partisan divisions are giving away to share to the outrage about the formula shortage that lawmakers are learning isn’t going away anytime soon.
Continue Reading Baby formula shortage crisis is putting some unity back in Congress