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Column: Aloha nō nā keiki ‘ai waiū ho‘opilipili

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                                A grocery store worker stocks shelves with baby formula next to a digital advertisement for a baby formula brand on Tuesday in Tijuana, Mexico. As the baby formula shortage continues in the United States, some parents are opting to cross the border into Mexico, where the shelves are still stocked with options to feed their babies.

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    A grocery store worker stocks shelves with baby formula next to a digital advertisement for a baby formula brand on Tuesday in Tijuana, Mexico. As the baby formula shortage continues in the United States, some parents are opting to cross the border into Mexico, where the shelves are still stocked with options to feed their babies.

Synopsis: If we talk about baby formula in Hawaiian, we should not refer to it as “waiü,” Hawaiian for milk (literally,“breast liquid”), because it has nothing to do with the breast. Read more

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