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Our research found: *All infant formula is regulated by the FDA, however, Store Brand Formula isn't like other store brand products, such as ketchup or canned peaches. Even though Store Brand Formula costs up to half the price, it has to be equal to the name-brand in terms of nutritional quality, quantity and safety because it is considered a sole source of nutrition.* Testers noticed that the store brand has the easy-open tab and convenient leveler for accurate measuring whereas the name brand doesn't have either of those features. Testers weren't wild about the smell of the store brand but said it smelled better the longer it sat after being mixed. They also noted that flavor and consistency were pretty similar. As far as making the switch, they had mixed feelings. Half of the testers said they would switch but the other half said they were on the fence. If smell and taste isn't a huge factor for you and the price point is attractive, we say make the switch!
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