If you are concerned your formula may be part of the recall, search your formula’s lot code.
Your Community Action Agency (CAA) can provide you formula or connect you with an agency that has formula in stock.
United Way’s 2-1-1 line can help connect you to resources in your community. You can also find resources online by clicking “learn more.”
Find an accredited milk bank that distributes donated breast milk.
Find local resources based on your specific needs using findhelp.org.
Reach out to a certified nutrition or lactation consultant via phone call, text, Facebook Messenger, web chat or video call to identify a formula that is similar to what you use.
Guidance for parents and caregivers
- Reach out to your pediatrician if you are altering your child’s feeding routine. Your provider may also have formula samples that they can provide you or suggest local resources.
- DO NOT water down infant formula.
- DO NOT make your own formula at home.
- DO NOT use toddler formula to feed your infant.
- DO NOT discard infant formula unless it is expired or part of the recall.