MILKIFY MINI (LOCAL) SERVICE
HOW THE MILKIFY MINI (LOCAL) SERVICE WORKS
The Milkify Mini (Local) Service is available for local customers only
Not in the area? Not a problem!
We can freeze-dry your breast milk stash no matter the size. This service was designed for those with up to 60 oz. of frozen breast milk that they would like to have freeze-dried.
This service is designed to be used in conjunction with our Milkify Breast Milk Drop-Off Kiosks. Once you order, you will be mailed labels for your bags. Apply one label per bag, then simply drop-off at your convenience to the kiosk nearest you.
You will be invoiced by the ounce once Milkify receives your order and your breast milk powder will mailed back to your home address in about a week!
HOW TO ORDER
When you place your order, enter the number of bags you plan to drop off as the quantity on the order page.
Your bag labels will be mailed to your home address the next business day. Once you receive your labels, place one on each of your bags.
Drop-off your labeled bags at your convenience at a Milkify Kiosk near you! Once we receive your order, you will be invoiced via email.
Milkify will invoice you by-the-ounce once your order is received. You can pay via the link in the email. Your breast milk powder will be mailed back to your home address in about one week!
FIND A MILKIFY KIOSK NEAR YOU
BREAST MILK STORAGE REQUIREMENTS
1. The milk must be stored in an approved lactation bag.
Approved lactation bags include those made by: Medela, Lansinoh, Willow, Up&Up, Spectra, Nanobebe, Avent, Evenflo, Tommee Tippee, Kiinde, Nuk, Milkies, Motif, Dr. Browns, Unimom.
Due to CDC recommendations, we are not able to accept milk stored in Ziplock bags, or those not specifically approved for use as lactation bags. Please contact us if you use a brand other than what is listed here, and would like to know if it is accepted.
2. The milk must have been stored in a freezer and never previously thawed.
3. The bag must be intact (no rips or tears) and must be clean on the outside.
4. Safe breast milk handling guidelines were followed when the milk was expressed.