Possible Free Alexandre Eco Dairy A2/A2 Whole Milk at Moms Meet
Do you love milk but can’t drink it because you are lactose intolerant? Then apply for this product testing opportunity from Moms Meet and share these products with your family and friends. Apply for the Alexandre Eco Dairy Regenerative Organic A2/A2 Whole Milk on Moms Meet Group Program today.
Introducing a dairy brand whose primary focus is to go beyond the regulatory minimums to bring you the most nutritious and delicious milk! Alexandre Eco Dairy Regenerative Organic A2/A2 Whole Milk contains the same human-compatible A2 beta casein protein found in breastmilk so it’s great for moms ready to transition their babies from breastfeeding to whole milk. Plus, it’s super creamy, nutritious, and free of the A1 protein that has been linked to digestive issues. In fact, many people who believe they are lactose intolerant are actually intolerant of the A1 protein found in many dairy products.
Family-owned and -operated Alexandre Family Farm™ is the first Certified Regenerative Organic dairy farm in the U.S., and their cows have been carefully cross-bred for decades to be free of A1 protein. Their whole milk is packaged with 4% milk fat to give you and your family the most nutritious organic milk available—and to give people the freedom to enjoy dairy again!
Sampling Kit Includes
Alexandre Eco Dairy Regenerative Organic A2/A2 Whole Milk to try and review with your group, plus additional goodies for you and your group.
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How Product Tests Work
So, it’s important to understand what to expect. We share several types of freebies, and all are similar in that they’re 100% free, and totally legitimate. But, knowing what to expect will help set you up for success!
Types of Freebies
Firstly, easy freebies are just that – super easy to get. You just follow the hyperlinks from this website to the offering company’s site and give them your shipping information so they can send you a freebie. Everyone who requests one properly gets one. They’re often small, free samples of products.
Secondly, Product Tests, on the other hand, have a few more steps. But, since they’re usually full-size products and more valuable items, it’s worth it! Sometimes there may be a short survey so that you can be matched up with the products and/or companies looking for people like you. And product tests always have a limited supply of free things, so you’re applying to get the freebie but it’s not guaranteed. Often, product tests require that you try the item and review it or tell them what you think of it. Not to be confused with “free with a review.” See our big list of Product Test opportunities and learn more here.
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