I am fortunate that I don't have to worry about the safety of formula at this point. My youngest is two-years-old. This is a scary situation for a lot of parents. Is the death of a baby from bacteria that may have been in the formula reason enough to change your baby's formula? I have heard it's a big deal to change the formula and it takes awhile for the baby to get used to a new brand. So let me know, would you or have you change your formula brand due to the bacteria scare with Enfamil? Here's some background in case you haven't heard this story yet.
Mead Johnson Nutrition said two tests of samples of its Enfamil Premium Newborn formula found no sign of the bacteria, known as Cronobacter sakazakii.
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