Biden administration launches website that aims to help parents find baby formula during shortage

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White House press secretary Jen Psaki on Friday told reporters that the Biden administration’s Department of Health and Human Services has launched a “new webpage that provides resources and places that parents can go to obtain formula, including contacts with companies, food banks, healthcare providers.” The website is hhs.gov/formula, she said. The Biden administration on Thursday rolled out other measures to address an ongoing U.S. infant-formula shortage, such as boosting imports of certain formula products and calling for a crackdown on price gouging.

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