As the price of everything has gone through the roof, there is some good news from New York State for families with babies at home.

The prices we are seeing today are a result of a variety of factors, the biggest being inflation. However, those who need formula for their babies are always keeping an eye on prices and the amount of stock that stores have.

There was an announcement this week that New York State has made good on a promise through an investigation in to a baby formula shortage.

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According to the news release we received from New York State, "New York Attorney General Letitia James today delivered 4,668 cans of baby formula to New Yorkers in Western New York as a result of her investigation into Walgreens Co. (Walgreens) for illegally raising prices of baby formula during the 2022 shortage".

The announcement went on to say, "as part of the settlement with OAG, Walgreens will donate 9,564 cans of baby formula to the Met Council in Queens County, and FeedMore WNY and the Buffalo Prenatal Perinatal Network in Buffalo, Erie County".

We have four kids under 7 years old and our daughter was born last May. The price of formula is staggering! However, these days, it is easier to find at most stores. We found that prices are pretty consistent across the major retailers.

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