Severe shortages of baby food are causing suffering to mothers in the United States

The so-called breast milk banks are very popular in the United States. Women donate breast milk. The reason: There is a shortage of baby food in the country. Meanwhile, the largest US infant formula maker, Abbott, lamented the dramatic bottlenecks that followed the failure of one of its plants. The affected families will be assisted with $5 million.

“We feel sorry for every family we’ve let down since our voluntary recall exacerbated baby food shortages in our country,” Abbott CEO Robert Ford wrote in a comment published Saturday in The Washington Post. However, one would think the recall was correct. “We will not take any risks when it comes to children’s health.” Ford announced measures to overcome bottlenecks.

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