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Attorney General James warns against price gouging of baby formula

AG James is also reminding parents not to pay up if they think prices at the store are inflated. James says consumers should report the high price to her office and speak to their doctor if they are running low on formula.

News 12 Staff

May 11, 2022, 9:21 PM

Updated 771 days ago

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State Attorney General Letitia James is warning businesses that price gouging is illegal as parents struggle to find baby formula during a nationwide shortage.
James is also reminding parents not to pay up if they think prices at the store are inflated. James says consumers should report the high price to her office and speak to their doctor if they are running low on formula.
Food pantries are also an option if parents are running low.
You can report potential concerns about price gouging to the AG's office by filing out a complaint online or calling 800-771-7755.


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