How, where and when to store it
(HealthDay News) — If you’ve pumped breast milk, you’ll want to store it properly so it’s safe to drink at the next
The Mayo Clinic offers these guidelines:
Always wash hands carefully with soap and water. Choose a clean container that’s made of glass or BPA-free plastic, or storage bags made for breast milk.
Write the date that you expressed the milk on the container, and your baby’s name if storing outside your home. Use waterproof label and marker.
Store milk in the back of the refrigerator, where the temperature is coldest.