Originally Posted by *Aimee*
But Baby's Only can be used as an infant formula. I use it for my son.
Right. It's as nutritionally complete as any infant formula on the market, but they're not officially sold as "infant" formula. The company does this because they want to support breastfeeding, but have their product available in case a child needs to be supplemented or if breastfeeding isn't possible for that individual child. Additionally, I think it saves them money (saving the consumers money) by not becoming "officially certified" to be sold as infant formula.
If I ever needed to formula feed, it's the first brand of formula I'd buy for my baby, as it's a company I'd be comfortable supporting. However, if my baby didn't tolerate it and NEEDED to be on formula, I'd use whatever my baby needed- even if it meant supporting a company I despised. Also, if I needed formula and qualified for WIC, I'd probably use whatever brand WIC supplied, as I may not be able to justify the cost of "out of pocket" formula in my budget.