Supermarkets lock up baby formula to stop it being raided


Australian supermarkets have resorted to new measures to stop shoppers raiding shelves of baby formula to sell for huge profits in China.

Tins are being taken out of the supermarket aisle and are instead being kept behind the counter with cigarettes and razors.

Some Coles stores have implemented to moves, but Woolworths is keeping its two-tin policy for now.

The most sought after brands of formula can fetch almost $100 a tin in China.