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


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, 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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