Amid Nationwide Shortage, Long Beach to Distribute 950 Cans of Baby Formula


With baby formula still scarce amid a continuing nationwide shortage, the Long Beach health department announced plans to distribute 950 cans of the powder to eligible families starting Tuesday after receiving the allotment from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health.

“We know many Long Beach families have felt the effects of this shortage,” Mayor Robert Garcia said Friday in a statement. “We are working hard to get formula into the hands of families and provide some relief to our parents, caregivers and children.”

According to a city statement, the cans will be distributed at four locations. They are:



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