Times of India: Rampant breach of baby food norms on social media: Report. “The report, covering violations between June 2022 and May 2023, documented the emergence of several new players in the infant food and feeding bottle business who have been involving celebrities, mothers who are social media influencers, and mother bloggers on Instagram and YouTube to promote their products. This is a clear violation of the IMS Act – Infant Milk Substitutes Feeding Bottles, and Infant Foods (Regulation of Production, Supply and Distribution) Act, 1992.”
Mashed: A New Website Is Hacking The Baby Formula Shortage. “[The site], which launched on June 16, compiles inventory data from major retailers and allows parents to search for the closest supply of baby formula by state, zip code, preferred formula brand, and other specifiers, a rep told Mashed.” I tried it briefly. It’s running very, very slowly.