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Baby formula shortage hits 'crisis' level, sparking panic in parents across US

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social media pleading for media coverage and political action while posting pictures of empty store shelves, as the country's baby formula shortage continues to get worse."If the [mainstream media] can talk about the toilet paper shortage ever (sic) hour, they should be talking about the baby formula shortage at least," one new mom tweeted last week. "We ended [up] finding the Amazon brand online but not everyone is so lucky to be able to feed that.

Please share. This is every store!"The problem has gone beyond finding particular formulas that individual babies can tolerate.

Several parents expressed trouble finding formula at all, and delivery is no longer reliable.Fox News Digital spoke to a Michigan mom with young kids who said her last usual Amazon order for formula was delayed and ultimately canceled on Thursday, so she quickly went out and was frustrated to discover there was no formula to be found in at least four major stores in her area.The New York mother of a newborn told FOX Business her infant lost a lot of weight following birth, so she and her husband had to supplement the baby's diet with formula because she could not produce enough breast milk to keep up."When we ran to the local Target one day to get some [formula] just days after she was born, the shelves were completely empty," the new mom said. "My heart literally sank.""Luckily she doesn't need any special formula and I was able to order online, but not everyone has been as lucky," she explained. "Our neighbor said her family member can't find the sensitive type of formula for their newborn who has stomach issues anywhere.

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