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Everyone knows that breast is best but there are times and circumstances in which a woman can not breastfeed. In those cases, it is nice that we have other options for our babies.
If you are one that has to use formula for your baby, you know how expensive it can be. Isn’t all a baby stuff?
Consumer Reports in their newest edition of Consumer Reports Best Baby Products, suggests buying powdered formula in a private label brand. All baby formula in the United States must meet the same basic nutrient requirements set by the Food & Drug Administration so the ingredients are basically the same. However, the price is not.
Parent’s Choice, a private label formula manufacturer, has this baby formula savings calculator, called the Parent’s Choice $avings Calculator, you can use to see what you can save per year by purchasing their brand instead of a national brand.
Though, I don’t have infants anymore, I played around with it and was impressed with the savings – up to $60 a month. You can even adjust based on what percent you formula feed your baby in case you are doing partial breast feeding in addition to formula.
Parent’s Choice is also offering a FREE sample of baby formula. Compare the ingredients to the other brands yourself and you will find they are comparable.
So no matter your choice, and it is your personal choice, you can find ways to save.
What are your thoughts? Are you finding you can make a switch with a big savings?