BIOMILQ is on

a mission to:

Nourish healthier babies

Empower parents through choice

Contribute to a healthier planet

Unlocking
human potential
with 
breakthrough
mammary biotechnology

BIOMILQ's Values 

bravery

conscientiousness

This is cutting-edge healthcare. We're culturing our

own playing field.

We ensure accuracy and integrity

in all our work.

resilience

Try. Learn. Fail. Grow. Repeat

determination

authenticity

We'll never stop advocating for parents and babies—wellbeing should be non-negotiable.

We're a bunch of humans

addressing a

very human issue.

Are you replacing breastfeeding?

Nope, we wouldn't dream of it. 

As a team that includes mothers and parents, we believe strongly that there is no one right way to care for a child, and every family must make decisions that are best for them. 

Infant feeding isn't one size fits all.

We're providing more options,

adaptable to your lifestyle,

if that's what you choose. 

"By helping Leila, an overwhelmed mom

trying to navigate a new world of starting a

company, we established a precedent for how we wanted BIOMILQ to exist. Yes, we’re pioneering next-generation lactation science. But, more than that, we’re offering support for new parents by empowering them with greater choice when it comes to infant feeding and therefore parenting. 

We are not a ‘big infant formula’ company looking to pillage and plunder in marketplaces to become the only option parents can turn to — we want to be there for parents whether they select our products or not."

A reflection by our CEO & co-founder

Michelle Egger

A reflection by our CSO & co-founder Leila Strickland

This is a question I’ve been asked over and over for the last year, as I have poured every ounce of my passion and energy into willing BIOMILQ into existence. A year ago, I told anyone who would talk to me about BIOMILQ that I was doing this for mothers and babies. I told investors all day every day, for the first few months of 2020. Informed by my personal experience with breastfeeding failure and by a relentless hunch about the biology of milk biosynthesis, I believed that                                                 if someone would just give me a chance                                                 to do this thing, it might actually work.

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