It seems Lack of infant formula Fortunately ending, accordingly Food and Drug Administration Commissioner.
FDA Commissioner. Robert M. Calif He said consumers should restore shelves by the end of the day July. He made the announcement while testifying in front of Calif Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee About the crisis that has affected millions of children.
“It’s going to be a gradual improvement, probably for about two months until the shelves are full again,” he assured.
Several factors have contributed to the deficit. Parents are desperate for alternatives because of the recall of several Abbott nutrition-producing baby formulas and the closure of the Michigan Abbott plant due to unhealthy conditions.
Calliffe acknowledged that the FDA knew the plant’s shutdown in February would cause significant supply problems, but that this was the only option due to insecurity. Four babies have been hospitalized, and two, unfortunately, have died after being infected by bacteria found in Abbott-produced baby formula.
“We knew that shutting down the plant would create supply problems, but we had no choice because of the unhealthy conditions,” he said.
Abbott must meet strict FDA requirements before reopening. The protocols probably won’t be complete for a few weeks, Calif says, “they’re not ready to open.”
Of these, More than ,000 70,000 Baby formula has been distributed from the United States Europe.