Local police officials said they have confiscated ice cream made with human breast milk from a shop in London.
The official said the ice cream, marketed as "Baby Gaga" and launched last week, is being tested with the full cooperation of The Icecreamists, the parlor marketing the dessert.
The company paid women who responded to an online ad to donate their breast milk and said all of its products meet the "highest and safest" of food standards.
The company said it has had a "huge response" to its "fresh take" on the world of ice cream. The Icecreamists said at the time that its "Baby Gaga" ice cream sold out as soon as it launched on Friday, but that women had signed up to donate more milk.