Republicans demand explanation for FDA’s delayed reaction to baby formula shortage

FIRST ON FOX: Two House Republicans on Monday called on the Food and Drug Administration to explain why it took so long for the agency to react to shortages of baby formula around the country this year, and what steps it’s taking to ensure it doesn’t contribute to future supply shocks.

Reps. Brett Guthrie, R-Ky., and Morgan Griffith, R-Va., told FDA Commissioner Robert Califf that the agency still suffers from problems that created the baby formula crisis, which forced the Biden administration to facilitate the import of hundreds of thousands of pounds of formula. On Friday, the Biden administration announced

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