Sumary of Baby formula shortage fueling spike in milk bank interest:
- In stride Hannah Breton of Naugatuck, Connecticut, who had been producing more milk than her 2 12-month-old son needs.
- If people can donate, now would be the moment because when we have more of a list we can look beyond the medically fragile, she said.
- At the Mothers’ Milk Bank Northeast, based in Newton, Massachusetts, curiosity in give and collect milk because of the shortage has pointed.
- The Human Milk Banking Association of North America, an accrediting organization for nonprofit milk banks, is seeing a leading increase in demand, according to Lindsay Groff, the group’s administrator director.