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Australia Desperate dad snaps photos to show he can't buy baby formula

05:06  18 march  2020
05:06  18 march  2020 Source:   9news.com.au

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Photos showing the massive load of cargo were taken by Sydney dad and airport worker Steve, who says he was infuriated by the sight because of his struggles to get hold of the formula his six-month-old daughter needs.

The pallets contained various premium brands of baby formula including A2 Platinum Toddler Milk and the same type Steve's daughter takes - S26 Gold Progress, he said.

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Shocking figures show baby formula tins are leaving Australian shores at alarming rates as Chinese buyers snap up the supply to sell at a premium back home. Hunger for trusted Australian branded baby formula has skyrocketed due to the popularity of Asian shoppers, known as daigous, buying in bulk

Posting a collage consisting of two photos , he wrote, “The picture you see on the left is the amount of groceries including diapers that I was able to afford this pay period If you can ’ t tell in the picture there are 2 full buggies of groceries including such items like steak and some other very nice choices of food.”

"I was very shocked to see all of those pallets leaving the country," Steve said, who took the photos on Monday.

"Last night my wife went to 17 different supermarkets to find just one tin of baby formula so we can feed our child. She came back crying, saying there is none," he said.

"A manager of a supermarket told my wife, 'Well I'm sorry but you should have stocked up before.'"

Steve said while he had experienced trouble getting hold of the type of formula his baby daughter needed in the past, the task had gotten tougher amid panic buying from shoppers because of the coronavirus epidemic.

With Coles and Woolworths suspending online deliveries, Steve said he feared the situation would get even worse.

Switching his daughter to a different formula that was more readily available had proved unsuccessful, Steve said.

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"We actually did try to go onto a different formula and literally no, she did not want any of it. She was crying, she wasn't feeding."

Baby formula is popular among "daigou", or personal shoppers, who buy up premium products in Australia and on-sell them in China for higher prices.

Supermarkets and some pharmacies introduced limits to how many tins of customers can buy in 2018 amid scenes being filmed of shoppers stripping baby formula from shelves.

Currently, both Coles and Woolworths have kept the same limits of two tins per customer in place as supermarkets continue to be picked bare of essential groceries items across the country.

Searches online by nine.com.au for stock availability of A2 Gold Toddler milk showed areas of Sydney where stores are sold out, while other locations appeared to have some in supply. It was a similar situation for tins of S26 Gold Progress formula.

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Both formulas were listed as out of stock at Chemist Warehouse for online orders.

Lactalis, who distribute S26 baby formulas, have been contacted by nine.com.au for comment.

Peter Nathan, a2 Milk Company's CEO for the Asia Pacific region, said the supply chain for its infant formulas had not been disrupted by the coronavirus.

"We certainly have very strong supplies in this point in time to provide to the local market," he said.

Mr Nathan said the best way for parents to get hold of their infant formula if they were having trouble was via a2 Milk Company's online store.

"Demand for our product has always been very strong across the board. However, for any local mum or dad who wants to buy our infant formula we guarantee if they shop via our online store, we guarantee supply within 24-48 hours," Mr Nathan said.

Mr Nathan said demand for a2 Milk Company's infant formulas appeared to have peaked about a month ago when the coronavirus situation in China was at its worst.

"Demand is still strong but it's not as strong as what it was now the situation with China has improved," he said.

Contact reporter Emily McPherson at emcpherson@nine.com.au.

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