Monday, December 20, 2010

Generic Brand Baby Formula

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of PBM Products. All opinions are 100% mine.

I am a mother myself thus I know how costly it is to buy branded baby formula.  When I got pregnant, I didn't plan to feed my child with infant formula, I was really planning to breastfeed my child.  At first, I thought I can do it without the aid of baby formula, but after one month, my breastmilk production just gradually stopped.  I didn't have a choice but to resort to baby formula.

I admit I used Similac then.  Then as weeks go by when my baby consumes more milk everyday, I decided to switch to generic formula  because I have seen the big difference of its price.  Switching to store brand formula  was not a problem because I have found out that all infant formulas are nutritionally equal.  They all adhere to the same FDA standards pursuant to the Infant Formula Act.  All infant formula sold in the USA should have the same level of nutrients required for the growth of healthy babies.

Anyway, few months back, Similac issued a recall of some of its infant formula due to contamination.  I am sure that incidents like this will encourage more mothers to switch to generic formula.  So, if you want to save around $600 a year per baby, buy store brand infant formula sold at retailers including Walmart, Sam’s Club, Target, Kroger, Walgreens, CVS, and Babies “R” Us.

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Dhemz said...

ayay! ka pinangga jud tawon ni V2...mau pa dire da busy sa opps...ehehehe!

musta na mami? miss chatting with you...paramdam rako pag d nako!

daghan chores gatagad nako today...nakauli na tuod me!

☆Mama Ko☆ said...

Lage palangga ni siya ni v2 heheh

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