US baby formula plant again halts production due to flooding

The baby formula shortage in the United States comes at a time when soaring inflation and supply-chain delays fan a growing sense of unease among American families. – EPA pic, June 17, 2022.

ABBOTT Nutrition has once again shut down a baby formula plant, this time due to heavy rains and flooding, less than two weeks after it reopened to try and mitigate a crippling shortage in the United States.

The facility in Sturgis, Michigan, resumed production on June 4, only to close down again so the company can assess rain damage earlier this week.

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