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Baby Formula Availability: 32-Oz Similac Advance Liquid Baby Formula

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Various Merchants have select Baby and Infant Formula available as listed below.

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(like the toilet paper shortage we had)

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Companies that produce formula are also major influencers of decisions, have lobbying power, etc. US regulation of formula is expensive. Imported formula isn't subject to US regulation, and therefore leaves US formula producers upset.
I've seen a few articles that mention the US blocks European imports of baby formula, that in many cases have a better nutritional value, because the labels don't meet our requirements. Also that having only 3 primary producers in the US allows them to control supply and pricing. It's tough to know if these articles are providing all of the details or omit things to serve a political agenda. If anybody has links to unbiased data please share.
It's as easy as asking a pediatrician for iron drops. European born kids with "less iron" in their formula still grow up to be functional adults.

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Usually have no issue with flipping. Formula is a whole other ballgame though. This isn't TP or Paper towels.
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I've seen a few articles that mention the US blocks European imports of baby formula, that in many cases have a better nutritional value, because the labels don't meet our requirements. Also that having only 3 primary producers in the US allows them to control supply and pricing. It's tough to know if these articles are providing all of the details or omit things to serve a political agenda. If anybody has links to unbiased data please share.
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I've seen a few articles that mention the US blocks European imports of baby formula, that in many cases have a better nutritional value, because the labels don't meet our requirements. Also that having only 3 primary producers in the US allows them to control supply and pricing. It's tough to know if these articles are providing all of the details or omit things to serve a political agenda. If anybody has links to unbiased data please share.
I wonder why the US is blocking European formula.
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I wonder why the US is blocking European formula.
They said they are not FDA approval
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I wonder why the US is blocking European formula.
Companies that produce formula are also major influencers of decisions, have lobbying power, etc. US regulation of formula is expensive. Imported formula isn't subject to US regulation, and therefore leaves US formula producers upset.
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There's a 17.5% import duty for formula into the US that protects the US manufacturers. That's why we don't a ton of imported baby formula.

I just saw a 2 pack of this on eBay for $54 plus shipping. Crazy times.
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I wonder why the US is blocking European formula.
It's the iron level, Europe's doesn't meet requirements. Also, European manufacturers are not exporting to the US, so no formula goes through FDA.
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It's the iron level, Europe's doesn't meet requirements. Also, European manufacturers are not exporting to the US, so no formula goes through FDA.
It's as easy as asking a pediatrician for iron drops. European born kids with "less iron" in their formula still grow up to be functional adults.
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There's a 17.5% import duty for formula into the US that protects the US manufacturers. That's why we don't a ton of imported baby formula.

I just saw a 2 pack of this on eBay for $54 plus shipping. Crazy times.
Not subject to 17.5% import tax if you're buying formula from overseas and importing it for your own personal use.
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It's the iron level, Europe's doesn't meet requirements. Also, European manufacturers are not exporting to the US, so no formula goes through FDA.
This may have some truth to it. Do you realize that very few of the items that are completely legal to sell in the US are banned in the UK and other European countries because they have to be approved by the food and drug governing bodies? Food and supplements have to be submitted for approval and cleared before they can be sold. Here we just say the item is not approved by the FDA and is not intended to cure or treat disease or ailments. You really think countries with such stringent food policies would have baby formula that is unsafe for US consumption? Rather than speculate, can someone provide a link to a credible source that cites specific economic reasons we can't import formula or increase production in the US?
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Not subject to 17.5% import tax if you're buying formula from overseas and importing it for your own personal use.
I saw recently that customs was confiscating formula coming from outside of the US.
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