Massachusetts dairies shift to raw milk amid growing demand

02/24/2008 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Dairies in Massachusetts have been selling more raw milk than before because of the increasing number of consumers who believe in the health benefits of drinking unpasteurized milk. In the last two years, the number of dairies in Massachusetts -- one of 28 states where sales of raw milk is strictly regulated -- licensed to sell raw milk has grown from 12 to 23 despite warnings from the FDA about the risks of consuming raw milk that may contain pathogens that can lead to food-borne illnesses.

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