The Food and Drug Administration said late Wednesday that the base powder for Mid Johnson’s baby formula will begin shipping in June from Singapore to a plant in Minnesota. The final product will be available “in the coming weeks,” the FDA said, with two-month follow-up shipments to run through November. The formula will be used to meet contractual obligations under the federal WIC’s nutrition assistance program, it said. The FDA has estimated that it will receive about 4.5 million pounds of base powder. The agency at the end of last month Released some of his requirements for the WIC program, Severely affected by a shortage and recall in February of brands made by Abbott Laboratories
Includes Similac formulas.