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Formula shortage; ‘First Coast Success’; AAPI Heritage Month; World of Beer

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The crew of an Air Force C-17 begins to unload a planeload of baby formula at Indianapolis International Airport.

A military plane carrying enough specialty infant formula for more than half a million baby bottles arrived Sunday in Indianapolis, the first of several flights expected from Europe aimed at relieving a shortage that has sent parents scrambling to find enough formula to feed their children. At the same time, local health officials are working to get parents information and guidance. Melissa spoke with two of these health care providers.

Guests:

  • Dr. Jeffrey Goldhagen, medical director, Partnership for Child Health.
  • Elizabeth Bobo, children's health clinical dietician lead at Nemours.

‘First Coast Success’

Dennis Chan is a local chef beloved for his hip Asian comfort food. He’s recently opened the Blue Bamboo Canton Bistro’s new location in Mandarin that's receiving rave reviews.

Guest: Karen Brune Mathis, Jacksonville Daily Record.

AAPI Heritage Month

The Jacksonville Museum of Science and History is honoring Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month by exhibiting two projects by Jacksonville native and Filipino American photographer Agnes Lopez. Lopez joined us to discuss her work.

Guest: Agnes Lopez, local photographer.

World of Beer opens new location in Jacksonville

World of Beer Bar & Kitchen will open its new location in Jacksonville on Wednesday, marking the company’s official return to our area. WJCT is holding a raffle for $50 certificates to the restaurant.

Guest: Jason Frimmel, World of Beer franchise owner.

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