Updated: Aug 6, 2022
June 4, 2022 | newjersey.news12.com
Abbott Nutrition has restarted production at the Michigan baby formula factory that has been closed for months due to contamination, the company said Saturday, taking a step toward easing a nationwide supply shortage expected to persist into the summer.
The February shutdown of the largest formula factory in the country led to the supply problems that have forced some parents to seek formula from food banks, friends and doctor's offices.
NJ SEED: Good news for NJ moms and mothers all across the nation who have to search for infant formula. It is disturbing that federal officials lacked the foresight to remediate the problems that would be generated by the shutdown of Abbott’s contaminated Michigan plant.