The Mom Approved Lactation Support Supplement You Can Drink
Say goodbye to hard-to-swallow, tummy-turning pills! Premama was designed to address the challenges of taking lactation support supplements while breastfeeding. 87% of women who tried Premama would recommend it to a family member or friend. (Brandperx Survey 2015-16)
Mix It, Shake It, Blend It
Mix Premama Lactation with at least 12oz of water until blended well, or with non-carbonated, flavored liquids such as juices or smoothies.
Fennel Seed, Fenugreek & Blessed Thistle
To support milk production.
Folic Acid, Vitamin D3 & Calcium
To boost breast milk nutrition.
To suit any diet or lifestyle.
Describe your product in 3 words.
Powdered pre/postnatal vitamins (if pre/postnatal counts as one word).
How did you come up with the idea for this product?
It’s simple: we listened to women. Our founder interviewed pregnant women at a local Whole Foods in Providence, RI. They all said the same thing: they hate taking prenatal vitamin pills, but know how important they are. We then talked to over a hundred more women, and they all agreed. Thus, Premama was born. The team solved the horse pill problem with Premama vitamin drink mixes, an easy-to-consume, powdered drink mix.
What makes your product special?
Premama’s pill-free, drinkable solutions are formulated with high-quality, clinically-studied and physician-approved ingredients. Our products are easy-to-swallow and are specifically formulated to support preconception through postnatal nutritional needs without the challenge of taking horse pills.
What has been the best part of your startup experience?
The best part? Hearing for the first time how Premama vitamin drink mixes improved the journey for expecting moms. It was also pretty cool to see our product on the retail shelf for the first time! Now with four products in over 2500 stores, the “best part” keeps getting better. Our challenge is spreading the word to moms that there is a pill-free alternative to prenatal vitamins, as well as fertility and lactation supplements.