In fight over raw milk, FDA says no whey

As organic food movement grows, legal fights are blossoming over the ban on unpasteurized milk.

, The National Law Journal


Selling raw milk is illegal in 20 states, and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration bans all interstate shipments. But, buoyed by the local/organic/unprocessed food movement, raw-milk drinkers are growing in number and becoming increasingly vocal about demanding the freedom to drink milk of their choosing.

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Originally appeared in print as Raw & Order

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