Oh, would that they were made of real breast milk...that would be F'ing sick. But in the grand spirit of edible items simply modeled after choice body parts*, the Lollyphile's Breast Milk Lollipops don't contain actual breast milk, only the mammary glands' most toothsome flavors. As most likely determined by a panel of men who at first refused to take part in the elixir of life R&D sampling process, but then agreed once they heard tastes would be administered directly from their source.
Breast Milk Lollipops' predominant ingredient is sugar, so kids would probably love them even if they didn't taste like Mama's teat juice, but one true service they could potentially offer would be to mothers who still breast feed their two-year-olds. You know, like maybe pull a quick switcheroo of nipple and lollipop to wean the suckling child and, in turn, stop giving me the heebie jeebies.
Thanks to Josh S. for the Dude Product Tip.