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Do you have a baby in your life or one about to be? One of the big things you have to think about is if your baby will be breast feed or formula feed. There seems to be a very big push to have every mom breast feed. Some times that just doesn't work out. You should not feel bad if this happens to you. There are many great products out there to feed your baby. If you have your baby in a hospital they may send you home with some name brand formula as samples. They are good but don't rule out using store brand formula. Many stores like Wal-Mart, Target and CVS carry there own store brand formula and they are very good. Every baby is different, if you try one and it doesn't work for your baby try another one. Also always talk with your doctor to see if he or she has a product that they think would be good for your little bundle of joy. Good luck to you.
New baby formula commercials look a little different.
More than 20 private label store brand formulas are advertising, taking on top name brands like Similac and Enfamil.
Historically, store brand formulas cost less because they are not heavily marketed or advertised and are not given away to hospitals for free. That cost savings is passed along to the consumer. As much as $600 can be saved by new parents annually according to some estimates.
The new 10th Edition of the Consumer Reports Best Baby Products writes, they see no need for parents to choose expensive national brand infant formulas over their much more reasonable store brand counterparts sold at retailers like Walmart, Sam’s