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A mother of two from the Croatian capital Zagreb has come up with a novel idea for what to do with her excess breast milk. The 35-year-old woman has placed an advert putting her breast milk on sale, reports Croatian daily newspaper Vecernji list.
"Mother's milk, the healthiest food for babies. Price: 100 ml for 100 kuna (15 Euros)" reads the advertisement, asking those interested to call or email.
"I have a lot of milk. I freeze it," says the woman, who says that in the past she used to offer it to friends who needed it. One friend then suggested that she should sell it.
"I saw on the internet that milk banks exist overseas but we do not have any in Croatia. I want to help and every kuna is very welcome, the price is not important, I will even give it for less and even give it away if someone has no money or a sick baby," concluded the woman.
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