I think it's a great idea except I take issue with some of the things in there...the mother's milk tea prey's on a woman's fear that she won't make enough milk, and the chances of that are very slim. And I'm not sure about the hand sanitizer and anti-viral wipes...it makes it sound like you have disinfect yourself before you breastfeed. But in general, I think it's a good idea.
There are some that legitimately cannot breastfed, but it's a whole lot rarer than you think. Many people have issues, and then quit and say they "couldn't", when it probably was just a lack of education or support.
I think that giving bags of formula is a bad idea. It encourages formula feeding. Besides, if a woman can't breastfed because of milk supply issues, this wouldn't even be noticed until her milk comes in, which is usually AFTER they've already left the hospital.
If the woman can't breastfeed in the hospital for some reason, they have formula there to feed the baby. And the dad or friend or whoever can pick up some at the store before the baby comes home.
If you are planning on breastfeeding, then don't give yourself an easy way out already! Unless you've had some kind of breast surgery, the chances of you not being able to breastfeed are about as likely as getting struck by lightning!
You may encounter problems (I sure did!), but the important thing is to educate yourself BEFORE the babies arrive so you know what to do when you "hit a bump".
If I had not educated myself, I would have quit days into it. I had severe pain, constant leaking, and frequent plugged ducts for MONTHS, but I knew it was what was best for my daughter, so I kept going even though I really felt like quitting.
BTW, my sister had twins and exclusively breastfed them. They never had any formula, and they didn't even have solids until they were nearly a year old. AND she was working full-time!