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Similac (for "similar to lactation") is a brand of infant formula that was developed by Alfred Bosworth of Tufts University and marketed by Abbott Laboratories.[1] It was first released in the late 1920s, and then reformulated and concentrated in 1951.


  1. ^ James E. Stacey and Frederick D. Sturdivant (1994). The Corporate social challenge. that same year one of the founders, Stanley Ross, met Alfred Bosworth, a famous milk chemist. ... Ross began to produce a formula for Bosworth called Similac. ... 

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