Whaaaaaaaaaaat!?!? A place for new parents, new parents to be and old parents who want to help out. Looks like we're okay! New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, More posts from the beyondthebump community. I think they just had a shortage for a little while. I posted their reply. Just dropped some in my online cart today! It's back in stock! It's locked, so it's safe. Costco Exclusive Formula; Clinically Proven To Help Kids Grow; All the Nutrition of PediaSure NOW with OptiGro; Available in Vanilla or Chocolate Flavors; Rated 4.8 out of 5 stars based on 671 reviews. Posts focusing on the transition into living with your new little one and any issues that may come up. I scoured their Facebook page and they're not clear on if they're going to get it back in stock. We just went to Costco and bought as many tubs as we could just in case. I'm in North Carolina if that makes a difference. I just posted their reply. Didn’t think anything of it until I saw this post. Costco Kirkland Formula - Discontinued? After many switches we finally settled on Costco Kirkland Formula as a high quality but budget friendly option. Bought 5 months worth in illinois this week. It's no longer available on their website. Is the Kirkland formula discontinued (maybe the parent company Abbot was losing too much money?) She’s 11 months so she’ll be off it soon but that’s a damn shame. I'm due very soon, and that is the formula I mostly used for my son. We advise to contact your local warehouse to verify inventory." Anyway hopefully it's a nonissue from here out. I just bought a container 2 hours ago at our Costco - also in MD like PP - but there weren’t a ton left on the shelf! or is it still available in stores. EDIT: apparently it is a false alarm and they are just having stock issues (see reply below). Looks like we're okay! Like … Looks like it was just a rumor and a stock issue. I was just checking online (9-2-19) and I only see Similac Pro Advance (I know that this is the exact same as the Kirkland Formula) but the price is significantly worse than the price we were paying for the Kirkland Formula - 3x34oz for ~$59 (can't remember exactly) vs 2x34oz for $69. We’ve been using that since my daughter was born. ORIGINAL POST: I saw on a formula feeding Facebook group that the Kirkland Formula is being discontinued. Every night it should be getting emptied and sent off to the appropriate people, in this case the buyer. I just posted their reply. I was told that more had arrived at a warehouse in MD and that they would be distributing it to the various stores over the next few days. ORIGINAL POST: I saw on a formula feeding Facebook group that the Kirkland Formula is being discontinued. This is a judgment-free zone created as a safe space for people to discuss all things formula. My daughter is off formula now but when we have another child it was my plan to use that one. Looks like it was a stock problem and they're getting it back. Bought some last Tuesday in store in Canada. Thankfully I did discover that Superstore (in Canada) also has good priced formula, but still! Costco discontinued it and even though they replaced it with a variety of trail mixes and snack mixes, nothing has been able to fill its shoes. I posted their reply. . I just posted their reply. Take a look at the upper right corner of a Costco price tag. Crisis averted! So it looks like it was a stock issue. Phew! I do hear that formula is very regulated though so maybe I shouldn’t really worry so much about brands and just have the baby tell me what works well. I know some of the warehouses are out of them. I'm in Canada but it's still in store and online here - hopefully it's not gone! Enjoy low warehouse prices on name-brand Formula & Feeding products. EDIT: apparently it is a false alarm and they are just having stock issues (see reply below) After many switches we finally settled on Costco Kirkland Formula as a high quality but budget friendly option.