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Milk to donate, north of Worcester

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Re: Milk to donate, north of Worcester

Post by Admin on Fri Sep 10, 2010 4:04 pm

Hi Amy,

Do you still have milk stored? If it was in a deep freezer, we'd love it and are close by. Please let me know. Thanks!

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Milk to donate, north of Worcester

Post by Amy on Thu May 27, 2010 2:28 pm

Hi,

I have 120+ ounces in my freezer that I would like to donate. I just found out my daughter is allergic to some of the foods I have been eating, and I can't give her any of my old milk. I have pumped sporatically over these past months, starting in September. My daughter was born mid-August.
I am healthy and do not take medications (except a multi-vitamin). I am gluten-free and caffeine-free (except for a little chocolate).
I live about 20 minutes north of Worcester, in Princeton.
I hope someone can use my milk even though some of it is a bit old. I would hate to see it wasted!

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