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    Note:they are multiples quantities though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ngaiz View Post
    Note:they are multiples quantities though.
    I just had a quick look, and i don't think they are for multiple quantities. (I cant see the picture you added in your second post tho). The $100 listings i looked at were for single tins!

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    Hope this one works. These ones are the multiples
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    Of you go into the bellamys ones and go to description the $159 & $130 are for 6 tins.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meredithgrey View Post
    I would report the sh!t out of that group. B@st@rds
    I doubt that FB cares 😓

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExcuseMyFrench View Post
    I doubt that FB cares 😓
    Or Ebay ha! Until Australian customs decides to change the export laws there is very little anyone can do unfortunately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ngaiz View Post
    Hope this one works. These ones are the multiples
    Gotcha, thanks. Those Bellamys single tins for $100 though - ouch!

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    Quote Originally Posted by meredithgrey View Post
    Doesn't surprise me.

    This is a bit of a generalisation (and I really don't want to start an argument about bf vs ff) I find that a lot of Asian (Chinese, Vietnamese, Hmong mainly in my experience) women believe that formula is much much better for their babies then breastmilk. I think its potentially got something to do with socio-economic reasons, but all I know is that trying to convince them that breastmilk isn't bad is talking to a brick wall sometimes.
    This vision was (still is to a certain extent) true in France too.

    Down to good marketing!! When even your doctor/hospital etc preach for formula and the ads look so blissful you start to wonder why bother with BF...

    My baby was 3mo and every women I saw during my French trip asked me how I was feeding and when I would stop BF. The young, the old, the new mums, everyone 😭

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    A-holes. No other way to put it.

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    This is so so sad. For everyone.


 

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