Low-income families hit hardest by baby formula shortage
(BREITBART) – Low-income families and those on federal government support programs are being hit hardest by the national shortage of baby formula, a report Thursday detailed.
According to AP, desperate parents are heading into online groups to swap and sell formula in a wild, unregulated market to try and keep their babies fed.
The shortage is weighing particularly on lower-income families after the recall by formula maker Abbott, stemming from contamination concerns.
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