When will the baby formula shortage end — and how is New York tackling price gouging?
A new poll shows the vast majority of American adults are worried about the baby formula shortage — and Food and Drug Administration officials say the crisis is unlikely to be resolved before July.
“My expectation is that within two months we should be beyond normal, and with a plethora,” Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Robert Califf told a Senate health committee this week. “It’s going to be gradual improvement up to probably somewhere around two months until the shelves are replete again.”
Meanwhile, New York Attorney General Letitia James...