I can't believe this is still going on and the government hasn't done anything about it! Apparently since we first heard about the formula crisis, it has changed slightly so that it is not a formula shortage, it is a prescription formula shortage. So basically, if you have an allergy-sensitive child who needs prescription infant formula, you may struggle to find tins. These are being bought up in bulk by Chinese buyers to send overseas. In bulk? Really? This could be so easily managed and governed but isn't and so if a parent struggles to find a formula tin they require, they'll be travelling to the hospital simply to feed their baby.
Has this impacted you and your family?