‘I Am Deeply Concerned’: Romney Letter Questions FDA On Nationwide Baby Formula Shortage

‘I Am Deeply Concerned’: Romney Letter Questions FDA On Nationwide Baby Formula Shortage


Senator Mitt Romney (R-UT) made good on his promise to write a letter to the FDA regarding the nationwide infant formula shortage.

The letter references the “urgent” need for formula that has “serious implications” for “infant health.” The senator expressed how he was “deeply concerned” for the situation going forward. 

Romney referenced the infant formula recall at the Sturgis, Michigan, facility as well as deaths associated with contaminated products. The letter goes on to discuss concerns about the “formula product shortages affecting American families from the essential shutdown of the Sturgis facility.”

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“The recall and shutdown affects affordability and availability of infant formula — several chain retailers are limiting the number of products per purchase to manage inventory and desperate families face skyrocketing costs through third-party sellers,” the

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