Due to the lack of baby food, large American stores are restricting purchases

Due to the lack of baby food, large American stores are restricting purchases

Target Corp, CVS Health Corp, and Walgreens Boots Alliance announced on Tuesday that due to a supply shortage, they had reduced purchases of baby formula.

Due to the lack of baby food, large American stores are restricting purchases

Kroger has a four-item limit per person, while Target has had online purchasing restrictions for weeks. Abbott stated last month that it would reintroduce a limited number of nutrition items that had been halted due to the recall. It has said no formula that has been distributed tested positive for bacteria.

Following complaints of bacterial illnesses in infants who consumed the goods, major supplier Abbott Laboratories recalled some baby formula, including Similac, in February. Last month, CVS said that it will limit in-store and online purchases to three per order, while Walgreens did the same in early March.

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