A Special Breast Milk Courier Service in Indonesia
New service in Indonesia keeps babies breastfed all day. This exclusive Indonesia breast milk courier help mothers balance their work and home lives.
Photo in Jakarda
Now, the 29-year-old IT consultant pumps breast milk at her office in the Indonesian capital of Jakarda and a courier comes to pick up the bottles around lunch time.
Motorcycle staffs on the courier service carry expressed breast milk from office of working mothers. Expressed breast milk is stored in cool bags and is delivered to baby sitters who taking care of the babies at home. The charges are £2.20 to £3 for each delivery.
The service was created in 2010 by Fikuri Nauval, who owns a cargo and document shipping business. He was inspired by his wife who used the service to send breast milk when she had to return work.
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