You've probably heard that your own breast milk is the best nutrition for your baby. But what if that's difficult at this time?

Not every mum can provide enough milk straight away, and that's perfectly normal. For those babies, a doctor can prescribe donated breast milk. That's where we come in.

Premature babies in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit usually receive milk through a feeding tube. The important difference is that your little one will receive donor milk instead of infant formula. You can change your mind any time. Just have a chat to your doctor about any concerns you have. 

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Is donated breast milk for you?

The World Health Organization recommends donated breast milk as a better alternative to infant formula.

Find out the benefits
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First, we carefully screen donors. Then, we collect, test, process and freeze milk before it's sent out to the hospital (and your newest family member).

Learn about safety
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It's natural to have lots of questions at the moment. Reach out to our team to find the answers.

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