Day of Action to Support Federal Food Freedom Bills: May 6, 2014

The Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund is asking those who believe in food freedom and consumer choice to make their voices heard during a Day of Action on Tuesday, May 6.

If you believe that Americans have the right to buy wholesome, natural foods from local farms, please contact your state representatives on Tuesday, May 6 and urge them to support bills HB 4307 and HB 4308 to end federal crackdown on the distribution of raw milk.

A short video by the Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund provides a brief glimpse into the contentious history between public health officials and raw milk producers, and explains what these two bills will do to alleviate the persecution of raw milk producers.

“You don’t need to drink raw milk to support others’ rights to peacefully procure the foods of their choice from the producer of their choice,” urges the narrator in the video. “Please call your Congressperson and ask them to support these two bills.”

The Campaign for Real Milk is a project of the nutrition education non-profit, The Weston A. Price Foundation. Donate to help fund research into the benefits of nutrient dense foods.  http://www.westonaprice.org/lab

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3 thoughts on “Day of Action to Support Federal Food Freedom Bills: May 6, 2014

  1. Raw milk from healthy cows is the best for our bodies, with all the health problems in this country, it seems like a no-brainer to me. A little research would show everyone that it is the best choice.

  2. If we live in the land of the free, let people choose their food sources. Education on what is a clean and healthy dairy, egg or poultry farm, etc should be part of our every day experience. Allow people with small farms to share their products with those who will come to them and buy it.

  3. I am late to the party . better late than never..lol I own a Jersey Heifer and Live in Tennessee and I am just now getting into the Raw Milk life syle

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