Charley Cameron

Lollyphile's Breast Milk Lollipops Are a Surprising Treat for Adventerous Candy Lovers

by , 06/08/13
filed under: Sustainable Food

lollyphile, breast milk, breast milk foods, breast milk candy, breastmilk lollypops

Texas-based candy company Lollyphile has created an unusual treat for adventurous candy lovers: breast milk lollipops. Following in the wake of breast milk ice cream, cheese, milkshakes, cupcakes and what would appear to be just about any other typically dairy-based product you could imagine, Lollyphile has taken an unusual step in the production of their breast milk lollipops—they aren’t made with real breast milk. Rather, they accepted donations of milk from willing moms, and determined that breast milk has a “sweet, semi-almond flavor,” which they recreated for their candy.


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