BEST Infant Food for Infants of Moms that Can't Breast Feed
June 24, 2011
Women all over the U.S. are starting to sell what has been called “a mother's natural liquid gold”: human breast milk. A month's supply can cost anywhere from $300 to $1,200 dollars.
It can provide an extra source of money for mothers who produce an over-abundance of milk, and it provides a service for those who cannot breast feed.
ABC News reports:
“[One woman was asked] if pumping her milk and putting it in the mail didn't ‘seem weird’ to her. ‘It definitely did seem weird to me but I knew I was helping a family in need,’ she replied. ‘Their child wasn't responding well to formula, was having a lot of tummy aches and spit-ups. So I figured if I was able to help this child with breast milk because their mother wasn't able to, then I might as well help them out.’”