Supply Chain Crisis Forces Rationing at Major Retail Stores

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CVS and Walgreens are facing a shortage of baby formula, which has forced the large retail chains to limit the amount of baby formula that customers can purchase. Datasembly found that 29% of the top-selling baby formula products were out of stock at more than 11,000 stores. A shortage of baby formula is concerning since, according to the New York Times, 75% of babies receive at least some formula by the age of 6 months.