Milk bank pays Cambodian mothers for their excess breast milk

Milk bank pays Cambodian mothers for their excess breast milk

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Breast milk is the most natural way to feed newborns, and there are some babies who cannot digest anything else. But approximately two percent of women can’t produce enough. For them the options are limited to milk banks — which are often undersupplied — or un-policed online forums such as Only The Breast, where the milk sold by other mothers can be very expensive, and there is no guarantee that enough will be available. Now, they have another option. Ambrosia Labs is a Utah-based startup that pays mothers in Cambodia for their excess milk and sells it to parents in America.

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