Parents Choice


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Our days of buying baby formula are behind us, but the memories of walking down the aisle at the grocery stores checking out the prices of baby formula are still with me.

Between baby formula and diapers.....we spent alot of money! Even though I also nursed my babies when they were little, we still did buy formula to supplement and to have on hand. The decision to go with the well-known brands of formula vs. the store brands was always tough for me. The mom side of me was torn....wasn't it always best to go with name -brand for my babies? But the practical side of me was comparing prices and labels and realizing that yes, even the store brands could provide the same benefits and nutrition as the popular brands, but at a lesser cost.

I admit it was not easy to walk past the big name formulas. And I do not particularly miss those hard decisions. But really, for parents today dealing with this issue, you might want to take a look at Parents Choice baby formulas. Parent’s Choice baby formula is nutritionally complete and meets the strict nutritional guidelines determined by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. It provides another option for baby formula that is as complete and healthy as the name brands, but not as expensive.

To find out just how much you could potentially save, you can visit the Savings Calculator. And to help parents decide which of their formulas are right for their babies,  Parents Choice offers a Formula Finder.

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1 comment:

  1. Hey! I remember those days too! It doesn't seem like it was all that long ago that I was sitting in the aisle at Walmart with about 5 different cans of formula around me, determined to figure out why the store brand was so much less expensive. The ingredients were the same, the can was larger, the nutrition information matched up, I didn't get it. It wasn't until later that I found out that the reason the name brands cost more was because the name brand companies pass on the costs of their marketing efforts to the consumer. Pretty crazy, but I guess they have to make money somehow. With Twins, I was so grateful that I had Parent's Choice as an option. I hope that more parent's consider their store brands!

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