We learn now that the FDA knew that when they closed the plant that was making the most popular brand of baby formula there was going to be a shortage. That there was a whistle blower for months before that sounded the alarm. That plans must be in place in case of supply disruptions. Something like the strategic oil reserve?
Best, the so called migrants at the border are getting pallets of formula shipped in. Location location location as they say. So Moms, just head down Mexico way.
Prof. Peter Pitts, President and co-founder of the Center for Medicine in the Public Interest and former FDA Associate Commissioner, discusses the baby formula shortage on Fox and Friends, yesterday.
Here we go with a couple to complete the story:
Whistleblower Told FDA About Baby Formula Plant Months Before Recall
Baby formula recalled: Did FDA bungle recall?
All is very well in the swamp.