US outlines plan for long-term baby formula imports

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The Food and Drug Administration said recent entrants to the U.S. market will have until October 2025 to make sure their formulas comply with federal standards. The agency noted that some companies should be able to meet those requirements sooner. In May, the FDA eased federal import regulations and President Joe Biden authorized the airlift of millions of pounds of powdered formula.
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US outlines plan for long-term baby formula imports

U.S. regulators have revealed their plan to allow foreign baby formula manufactures to stay on the market long term

2 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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US outlines plan for long-term baby formula imports

WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. regulators on Friday unveiled their plan to allow foreign baby formula manufacturers to stay on the market long term, an effort to diversify the nation's tightly concentrated industry and prevent future shortages.

2 months ago·United States
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US outlines plan for long-term baby formula imports

U.S. regulators have revealed their plan to allow foreign baby formula manufactures to stay on the market long term

2 months ago·United States
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U.S. outlines plan for long-term baby formula imports

U.S. regulators on Friday unveiled their plan to allow foreign baby formula manufacturers to stay on the market long term, an effort to diversify the nation's tightly concentrated industry and prevent future shortages.

2 months ago·Washington, United States
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US unveils plan for long-term baby formula imports

The United States has been forced to turn to foreign manufacturers to boost formula supplies since February.

2 months ago·Qatar
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US outlines plan for long-term baby formula imports

WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. regulators on Friday unveiled their plan to allow foreign baby formula manufacturers to stay on the market long term, an effort to diversify the nation’s tightly concentrated industry and prevent future shortages.The Food and Drug Administration said recent entrants to the U.S. market will have until October 2025 to make sure their formulas comply with federal standards for nutrition, labeling and manufacturing. The agency…

2 months ago·Boston, United States
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