Once again, the linked article "proving" pumping is inferior does not in fact say that. It doesn't rank the options, or provide handy numbered list of holiness. In fact, it talks about global strategies for ensuring that the children of working mothers get breastmilk.
I have repeatedly gone looking for the "evidence" for the numbered ranking of from-the-breast, pumped-in-bottle, donor milk, formula. I chased down citation after citation. None of them say what anti-pumped milk advocates insist they say. I have read just about everything WHO has put out on the subject at this point, and time and again I see them misquoted by people.
Everyone cites WHO. The article they cite most commonly is referring specifically to premature babies born in refugee camps or other tenuous sanitation scenarios. And it does not rank the breastmilk options in order, either!
So if lll is going to tell people that pumped milk is a second best choice? I'd like to actually see the evidence that it is based on?
This is the question that I felt deserved a response and why I went looking for myself.