Proponents of raw milk are busy preparing for their next campaign after lawmakers in Maryland announced they would consider allowing the state's dairy farmers to sell milk straight from the cow. It's no small victory for a group of consumers who feel that milk and other foods are more healthful if they're unrefined by modern technology. “I prefer the term ‘living whole foods,'” said Mark McAfee, owner of Organic Pastures, a Fresno, Calif., farm that makes pasture-grazed raw dairy products. ...

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