Abbott has been "air shipping millions of cans of infant formula powder into the U.S. from its FDA-registered facility in Cootehill" amid a baby formula shortage in the States.
Meanwhile, US President Joe Biden has invoked a law to increase production of baby formula - it requires businesses to prioritise giving ingredients to American manufacturers.
The White House has also authorised flights to bring in supplies from other countries, as long as they meet safety standards.
In a statement to Northern Sound, Abbott said it "welcomes any support that these added measures can provide in cutting red tape".
A nationwide shortage was worsened when Abbott's plant in Michigan was closed following a federal investigation, after it recalled three baby-formula products amid reports of infant illness.
Two of the infants have since died.
However, a "thorough investigation" by the FDA, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and Abbott found "there is no conclusive evidence to link Abbott's formulas to these infant illnesses".
Since the product recall, Abbott says it has "focused on production in its Cootehill facility".
Abbott has since reached an agreement to restart production at its Michigan plant largest but it could take more than a month before any new products hit the shelves.
Abbot says it is "grateful for the dedication of our colleagues in our facilities around the world, including Cootehill, for doing everything possible to help mums, dads and caregivers get the high-quality nutrition they need for their babies".
In a video on Twitter, Mr Biden says he's doing everything he can: