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We were very luck with Zak that he could be on any formula. Haylee is soy and lactose intolerant and had to be on special EXPENSIVE formula.
One store brand formula that we really liked and found very comparable to other name brand formulas was Parent's Choice from Wal-Mart. We are fortunate that our children have grandparents that love them so much, and loved to help with their care. I cannot tell you the amount of cans of formula that my mom from Iowa would purchase and send me for my kids.
Parent's Choice meets all of the FDA nutritional standards just like all of the national name brands. It offers complete nutrition for babies 0-12 months of age. And it is available in a range of formulas to address common feeding issues.
With the recent recall of Similac formula's,many parents are switching from name brand to store brands such as Parent's Choice.
I really see no difference in store brand formulas and name brand other than the price. The reason that many name brand formulas are more expensive is because store brand forumlas are not as heavily marked with branding, and also because they are not given to hospitals for free. When branded and given away, they have to make their money back somehow.