There's no doubt that we all want the best nutrition for our newborn baby that money can buy. When I mean nutrition I'm talking about baby formula. All though it's natural for a parent to think that if they spend more for baby formula they will be getting a better made or better quality product for their baby, but that is not always true and you could actually be throwing your money away. Ideally, an infant's best source of nutrition is breast milk. There is no nutritional supplement or formula that matches the benefits of breast milk, at least for the first few months. However, infant formula does act as an effective nutritional source in cases where breast milk is not an option. It meets the minimum nutritional requirements of the federal food, drug and cosmetics act (the infant formula act) and FDA regulations. It provides infants with the vitamins, iron and other nutrients they need for healthy growth and development. When my wife had our first child, we fed our baby similac but he didn't like that and made his stomach upset. We started buying the parents choice formula and that formula worked out very well. We were concerned about the nutritional value of a lower cost formula but found out that Parent's Choice meets all the minimum nutritional requirements in accordance with the Infant Formula Act enforced by the FDA. It thus meets the highest standards of safety and quality established for commercial infant formulas. Parents choice has been providing quality formula for families for the last 13 years and now they want to help out even more by offering the Parent’s Choice Infant Formula Savings Sweepstakes The sweepstakes in partnership with PBM products, LLC, a perrigo company wants to offer one lucky winner with a $10,000 college scholarship in the form of a college savings 529 program. There will be one lucky winner so see the sweepstakes program for more details.