A new report adds the Inspector General’s voice to the autopsy of America’s recent infant formula shortage.

The Inspector General’s Office for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has found the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) had inadequate policies and procedures, or lacked policies and procedures, to identify

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Dairy Manufacturers Inc. of Prosper, TX, is recalling all lot codes for infant formulas available in the US: Crecelac Infant 0-12, Farmalac 0-12 and Farmalac 0-12 Low lactose.  The products have been found in non-compliance with the requirements of the FDA under section 21 CFR 106.110 New Infant formula registration.

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Healthwest Minerals, Inc. d/b/a Mt. Capra Products of Chehalis, WA, is recalling 1,506 boxes of Goat Milk Formula Recipe Kit on the recommendation of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and advises consumers to immediately discontinue use of the product as infant formula. 

The FDA is concerned that the formula

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The FDA commissioner is scheduled to testify at a hearing before the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Oversight and Accountability next week.

Commissioner Robert Califf is the only witness scheduled for the hearing, which is set for 1 p.m. EDT on April 11. The hearing will be open to

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Nestlé has recalled infant formula in several countries because of the potential presence of Cronobacter sakazakii.

The affected product is EXPERT PRO HA 1, which has different batch numbers depending on the country it was marketed.

Infant formula from Germany was sent to Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Greece

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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 do about it.

But there is. The USDA’s  Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) is publishing a

Continue Reading USDA rule isn’t to prevent future infant shortages as much as to protect WIC when they do occur