There has always been something cloak and daggerish about the raw milk movement, with its tales of clandestine supply networks, supporters buying shares of cows, and farmers selling on the side. Recent events are bringing this group of consumers into the mainstream. First, the Food and Drug Administration countered rumors that the new Food Safety Modernization Act had given it authority to shutter raw milk dairies. The agency issued a written statement this autumn reassuring skittish ...

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