© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Shelves for baby and toddler formula are partially empty, as the quantity a shopper can buy is limited amid continuing nationwide shortages, at a grocery store in Medford, Massachusetts, U.S., May 17, 2022. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Delta Air Lines Inc (NYSE:) will begin to transporting 3.2 million bottles of Kendamil baby formula on June 20, the White House said on Friday in announcing the sixth shipment of overseas formula to help quell a U.S. shortage.
Delta will move the British formula maker’s product from London to Boston and Detroit, where it will then get to retailers, the White House said in a statement.