Infant FormulaThis post brought to you by PBM Products. All opinions are 100% mine.

As a midlife mom, I can tell you our family enjoyed the savings that store brand products provided. Buying a name brand oftentimes meant eliminating something else, especially when the boys were babies. With prices skyrocketing and this sluggish economy, I can imagine how tough it is for young families today. My youngest son is in college now and I can tell you the price tag is huge!

For the last 13 years, parents provide their children outstanding nutrition at affordable prices with Parent’s Choice Infant Formula, which is Walmart’s private brand formula. Parent’s Choice Infant Formula is subject to the same rigorous standards of the FDA, in accordance with the Infant Formula Act. This law requires all infant formula products must provide the necessary levels of identified nutrients required for the growth of healthy babies. This means mom and dad never have to worry about the quality of infant formula regardless of the brand. Additionally, being exclusive to Walmart, Parent’s Choice Infant formula is available at locations nationwide and online at www.walmart.com.

As if worry free nutritional content and economical value weren’t enough to impress,  Parent’s Choice has another parent aide in progress. Parents Choice has collaborated with PBM Products, LLC to provide one lucky winner a $10,000 college scholarship in the form of a College Savings 529 Plan. The Parent’s Choice Infant Formula Sweepstakes was officially launched on June 15th, continuing until 11:59 pm on August 1, 2011. Parent’s Choice is very generous company if you ask me.

Grandmas, moms, friends of grandmas and moms please do enter The Parent’s Choice Infant Formula Sweepstakes. Visit Parent’s Choice Infant Formula Savings Sweepstakes for official rules and entry form. Who knows your child or grandchild could be the $10,000 scholarship winner!

A Final Thought – The babies cannot win if you do not enter, just sayin.

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