Breast Milk Ice Cream Pulled from UK Store: NPR

'Baby Gaga' is the name of a new ice cream flavor that went on sale in London last week - and was pulled from stock this week - amid fears of passing on viruses, such as Hepatitis, to the general public.

There is a sign up on the store window of 'The Icecreamist' shop in London, stating that they're sold out. NPR reports that the Westminster Council ordered the product pulled for screening and testing.

The ice cream is made from breast milk obtained from a pool of 15 women responding to an internet ad, flavored with vanilla and a bit of lemon zest.

Ironically, it was two men who complained about the ice cream being available. The store founder was quoted saying "It's pure, it's natural, it's organic, and it's free range — and if it's good enough for our kids, it's good enough to use in our ice cream."

Who can argue with that logic?

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