Baby Gaga is a Ice cream made of pasteurised human breast milk and it’s sold in central London. This is a new Trent, A restaurant in central London had presented a new item on the menu an ice cream made from pasteurised human breast milk, which they called Baby Gaga. But the new Ice cream has been withdrawn by Westminster Council, because of the no one knows that whether this ice cream is fit for human consumption. The price was 14 GBP a portion
The inventor of Baby Gaga, Matt O’Connor, was staggered with the response from the public. The new ice cream had been presented to the public since February, yet after receiving complaints from two members of the British public, Westminster Council decided to withdraw Baby Gaga to make sure it was fit for human consumption.
Now the problem is “Selling foodstuffs made from another person’s bodily fluids can lead to viruses being passed on and, in this case, potentially hepatitis. As the local authority we will support small businesses and applaud innovative ideas wherever possible, but must protect the health of consumers.”
Victoria Hiley, 35, from Leeds provided the first 30 fluid ounces of milk which was enough to make the first 50 servings. But the company are looking for more women to provide breast milk – and are providing £15 for every ten ounces extracted using breast pumps. The recipe blends breast milk with Madagascan vanilla pods and lemon zest, which is then freshly churned into ice cream.
Mother-of-one Victoria said: ‘I saw the advert offering to pay women to donate breast milk on a forum and it made me laugh. But now Another 13 women have volunteered to donate their breast milk.