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Bobbie Introduces: Hungry for Change

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Parents are pissed. The national formula shortage has hit a tipping point and the time to speak up is now. Bobbie, the only mom-founded and led infant formula company in the U.S., is Hungry for Change. And we know you are, too!

What the formula is going on?

Bobbie is a formula company, but more than that, we are a team of empathetic moms who have been there, and still are. Our founders are outraged and we’re using our platform to rise up as leaders and activate on behalf of the smallest among us: our babies. We’re working hard to get more formula on the shelves everywhere and so can you on our website, Hungry for Change!

Let’s vent about formula issues

We’ve set up a vent line for you to VENT! Parents can call 1-805-2-LISTEN to bemoan the formula shortage issue, share emotions, voice concerns, or leave hopeful messages for parents.

Congress and the formula shortage

Congress is meeting on May 25th. Let’s tell them how we the parents of America are feeling — together! Call the number above and leave us a message of what you want to say to Congress.

We will use your collective words to send them a letter ahead of the hearing.

The national formula shortage has hit a tipping point and quite frankly, it’s bullshit. The time to speak up is now. So parents, let’s use our voices to get loud and make change together. Vent in this voicemail and we will share your words in a letter to Congress. We are all hungry for change. Are you?

Bobbie is hungry for change. Join us.

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The content on this site is for informational purposes only and not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Discuss any health or feeding concerns with your infant’s pediatrician. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay it based on the content on this page.

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Jenny Altman

Jenny is the head of content at Milk Drunk and a writer for all of her favorite wellness and mom sites including Well+Good, Peanut, Motherly and Scary Mommy. Mom to Luisa, she can be found talking bras and beauty with the moms at school and @IAmJennyAltman