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Are you looking for ways to save on baby's formula? Well then, consider the option of buying store brand formula as it has the same nutritional value equivalent to Name Brand formula. I know that because both my kids have tried store brand and they both doing great. Switching to store brand is not a problem in making the right decision because obviously not just you give the same nutritional value to your baby's development, you also save money with store brand formula. Basically, the reason that store brand formula is cheaper than name brand because they are not heavily marketed or advertised and are not given away to hospitals for free like some of the name brand companies do. So, that cost savings is passed along to the consumer instead to any advertising company. Store brand formulas are sold in retailers like Walmart, Sam’s Club, Target, CVS, Kroger, Walgreens, and Babies R Us which makes it easier to find that brand name formula.
In addition, all infant formulas sold in the United States are subject to the same strict guidelines and apparently store brands, while value priced, meet the same exacting FDA nutritional requirements as all the major brands while offering substantial savings. However, if you read papers or news you've probably read about the Similac recall issues. Abbott voluntary recalled certain Similac powder infant formulas because of the possibility of the presence of a small common beetle in the product last month. The FDA determined the formula poses no immediate health risk, but some infants could experience symptoms of gastrointestinal discomfort and refusal to eat as a result of irritated GI tracts. Feel free to visit their website to read more information. Hence, whatever brand of formula you've decided to give to your little one, always remember that breast milk still the best for babies.