Parents in Tennessee are the hardest-hit by the baby formula shortage, new data obtained by DailyMail.com shows – with those in Joe Biden’s home state of Delaware coming a close second.
The scale of the crisis is revealed in the new analysis, which shows that 43.08 percent of all stores nationwide have run out of baby formula.
In Tennessee, 54.71 percent of stores are without formula; in Delaware the figure is 54.51 percent, and in Texas it is 52.01 percent.
The data, from the first week in May, was obtained from Datasembly, which collects real-time data from 11,000 grocery stores nationwide, and calculates the shortages per state.
The situation now is likely to be significantly worse, as parents panic-buy supplies and yet more stores run out of the products.
Montana and Nevada were also…
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