You may remember the article I wrote about Prolacta and their lack of transparency when it comes to soliciting for milk from pumping moms. In case you missed it:
Next Thursday, I will be sitting down with Scott Elster, Prolacta CEO and Susan Neumann, VP of Milk Procurement for Prolacta. Susan has worked to arrange the meeting, and I hope it will be an opportunity to discuss the steps Prolacta needs to take to become fully transparent in its business. More to come on that later.
In the meantime, I have a fantastic guest post that my friend Julie has been working on about her experience with Pinterest as a new stay at home mom. It’s a fun article and I know you will enjoy it. Look for that to come out tomorrow!
Also upcoming, Kombucha making, Sauerkraut making in the incredibly new crock my grandma gave me for my birthday, a few more hippie hygiene experiments, setting up a sidecar crib for your bed, and more!
Between now and then, hug your kiddos, kiss your babies, and love one another!
- Working for Change in the For-Profit Breastmilk Industry (knockedupknockedover.com)
- Prolacta, For-Profit Milk Banks, and Predatory PR Tactics (knockedupknockedover.com)
- Non-Profit Milk Banking and How You Can Help (knockedupknockedover.com)
- Moms, Milk and Minivans: The Mothers’ Milk Bank of North Texas Receives Generous Donation from Roger Williams Car Dealership (prweb.com)