Should women be able to sell their breastmilk?

Should women be able to sell their breastmilk?

Julie Dennis, a surrogate who has decided to start selling her breastmilk, has received quite a lot of backlash.

Breastmilk sales

Times are tough and sometimes you have to push the limits to make sure you get what you need.

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That's only one of the reasons a mother from Florida started to think outside of the box and come up with a very unconventional way of making money.

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Since news broke of her entrepreneurial endeavours, she has been on the receiving end of a lot of negative press as well.

This has now sparked a major debate: should women be able to sell their breastmilk?

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Is it as black and white as it seems or should there be rules and regulations?

And one of the biggest questions is if there is truly a need/market for this type of product?

Minnie Ntuli asked KZN their opinion not the matter and also revealed if selling breastmilk in South Africa is legal:

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