Thursday, October 22, 2009

Parent's Choice Formula on SALE

When it comes to infant formula, there is no difference between the most expensive brand and the store brand formula in terms of nutrient specifications. All infant formulas marketed in the United States are subject to the same exacting standards of the FDA, pursuant to the Infant Formula Act of 1980 and the subsequent LSRO report commissioned by FDA in 1998.

Having different store brand formulas which are sold at more than 35,000 retailers, grocery stores, and drugstores such as Walmart, Sam’s Club, Target, Kroger, Walgreens, CVS, and Babies “R” Us, give parents a chance to save because these store brand formulas are way cheaper. Parents can save as much as 50% if they will buy store brand formula.

The Parent's Choice Infant Formula , a store brand formula exclusively distributed by Walmart is available as a special buy. Parents can buy 2 cans for only $10! For a limited time, Parent’s Choice Milk Infant Formula is on sale in a 15.5 oz (440 gram) can for $5.00 each. Parent’s Choice Gentle Infant Formula for babies with fussiness or gas is on sale in a special 12.9 oz (366 gram) can for $5.00 each. This is a very good deal.

Like all formulas, Parent’s Choice baby formula is nutritionally complete and meets the strict nutritional guidelines determined by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. So, why pay more for those big-name baby brands when you can have it at a lower price with Parent's Choice?


1 comment:

MommyBrainReports said...

Great post! We used Parent's Choice over the National name brands and we saved somewhere around $1400 in the time that we spent formula feeding my twin girls. That's a lot of money! Money that we used for diapers, clothes, and other necessities for them!
Many people are scared to try the store brand infant formulas, fearing they aren't as good as the national name brands. They may not know that the FDA has such strict guidelines and regulations on infant formula, that there is no room to skimp on nutrition. Store Brand infant formulas are nutritionally equal to the name brands, they just cost about 1/2 the price. For anyone that wonders if switching to a store brand infant formula really makes a difference on the budget, I highly recommend checking out the Parent's Choice Savings Calculator. It really puts it into perspective when you see how much you can really save!

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