(CBS DETROIT) – Baby formula shortages may decrease in the coming weeks.
That’s the hope, as Michigan-based Abbott Nutrition, which produces several popular formulas, appears to reopen its Sturgis factory.
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It was closed earlier this year after three brands of factory-made powdered infant formula were pulled from the market due to possible bacterial infections.
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Since then, the company says it has been working to improve safety and maintenance protocols and has finally received a positive signal from the FDA.
The company expects the formulas to be back on store shelves in six to eight weeks.
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