PORTLAND, OR - MAY 12: Katie Wussler, a program coordinator at Mother & Child Education Center, checks the lot number on a donated can of Similac baby formula against a list of recalled cans on May 12, 2022 in Portland, Oregon. More than 60 percent of Mother & Childs formula supply was affected by the recall, and like many similar non-profits they are struggling to meet increased demand from mothers who are unable to find or afford formula in stores. Executive Director Maura White said she's had to turn away mothers looking for formula about three times a week since the recall was announced. (Photo by Nathan Howard/Getty Images)

The next shipment of baby formula from Europe will be hitting the U.S. on Wednesday. According to a report from NBC News, FedEx Express has gotten a government contract to bring another shipment into the states. The first shipment of formula, weighing 78 thousand pounds, was received in the U.S. on Sunday. Meanwhile, the Biden Administration seeks to have 1.5 million containers of Nestle infant formula on shelves.

A Federal Express plane will fly NestlĂ© baby formula from Ramstein Air Base in Germany to Dulles International Airport outside of Washington, D.C. The formula will then be transported to a NestlĂ© facility in Pennsylvania. No word yet on how much formula will be on the second plane. The efforts have been nicknamed “Operation Fly Formula.”

The shortage has parents across the country panicking as they struggle to find formula to feed their babies.

Gallery: The US Deals With Formula Shortages