Baby Dot, LLC has acquired exclusive rights to this new technology from its developer, Fritz Braunberger of Vision Works IP Corporation in Port Angeles, WA (360) 457-0505.
“This patented new technology is an exciting breakthrough for all infant caregivers, from moms and dads to babysitters, nurses and nannies,” said Lisa Roberts, President of Babydot™.
“Working moms, dads and other caregivers will never again have to fumble with writing down dates on loose scraps of paper and guessing at the correct temperature of the milk or formula,” she added.
The BabyDot™ label – which is in the shape of a dot – changes color when stored breast milk is no longer safe for infants to drink. Expiration times will depend on the temperature of the location where the breast milk is stored. BabyDot™
“The BabyDot™ is in its final stages of development,”
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BabyDot™, is a label that moms places on their breast milk containers. It changes color when the breast milk is no longer safe for infants to drink. Expiration times of BabyDot™ will change along with the milk, as the temperature changes.