This week locals witnessed "the new normal" and worsening scarcity taking hold throughout the the nation.
A local perspective is worth a look . . .
"We're in America 2022, and I'm worried about how I'm going to feed my child. It's very surreal," said Lindsey Spencer.
"I work a full-time job. I can't drive around town stopping at every store, you know, fingers crossed that they have something," she said.
Spencer is one of hundreds of thousands of parents affected by the infant formula shortage. This isn't sudden. Formula manufacturer Abbott shut down its Michigan plant in February after two babies died from bacterial infections traced to its formula. But until now, the issue had not hit home.
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Kansas City moms are expressing frustration as the shortage of baby formula continues."We're in America 2022, and I'm worried about how I'm going to feed my child. It's very surreal," said Lindsey Spencer.Spencer spoke with KMBC from her office Friday afternoon."I work a full-time job.