Groups are split over raw-milk consumption

04/23/2010 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

The issue of raw-milk consumption has sparked a debate between regulators and scientists who warn about its potential health threats and consumers who want to have the liberty to choose whether to take the risk. The interstate sale of unpasteurized milk is banned by the Food and Drug Administration, but states regulate its sale within their boundaries. Raw-milk sales have already been legalized in 27 states under certain conditions, and similar measures are pending in Wisconsin and Georgia.

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