11 Products You Should Always Buy Generic

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9) Baby Formula

New parents often worry if they’re getting the right formula for their little bundle of joy. Large name brands will often try to convince parents that their brand is the best, but in reality, there is little difference between their formulas and generic ones. Both name brand and generic baby formulas must meet the safety standards set forth in the Infant Formula Act. This acts states that all baby formulas must be approved and regulated by the FDA. Because of that, you’ll find similar ingredients in both store brand and name brand formulas. There are only small differences between the two, like their textures. Since both generic and name brand formulas are subjected to the same stringent regulations, you can safely give your little one store brand formula.

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