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Visit the MilkShare website in my sig and read the info there.
But when I shipped milk for donation I packed everything tightly in a trash bag in a cardboard box with an inch or so of flat newspaper or packing paper around it, sealed as airtight as I could with packing tape. I shipped either USPS Express overnight or Priority (in cooler weather) and it arrived fine (with the exception of getting lost twice over a 6 month period : ). Dry ice isn't usually necessary.
The actual milk itself was stored in labeled Lansinoh or Gerber bags in 5-10oz amounts and then 6-8 of those were stored in gallon sized Ziploc bags.
That's so great that your sister is willing to help you!! Congrats on your upcoming adoption!
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