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Families scramble to find baby formula

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Time-saving measures are important for Amanda Duffy who is the mom of 8-month-old twin girls.

"With having twins on formula, we’ve found that ordering directly through Enfamil is the cheapest way for us to order our formula in bulk. We get four containers with every order which auto ships biweek...

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  1. Parents should go back to making their own formula from pre- 70’s era. Babies lived off of Pet and Carnation evaporated milk in the can with karo syrup and I am sure you can look it up on line and make your own formula! If you do this, I guarantee the formula shortage will disappear and may even lower the cost because supply and demand may drop after seeing the money you can save making your own formula!

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