While the company is looking at all of its products, it is targeting between five and 10 that were the best candidates, based on product-returns data, for improved shelf life. In particular, Mead is focusing on its main product lines — both liquids and powders — including Enfamil and Enfamil Premium Infant, its flagship brand that is responsible for the majority of its sales. Mead is also collaborating with its retailers to help them “understand why shelf lives are set ...

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