Real Campaign Feeds: Why Raw Milk Was Banned Why Raw Milk is Banned Pasteurization may have been important around 200 years ago when we did not have refrigerators And that was helpful then but now that we have refrigerators everywhere, people should be allowed to have raw milk if they want. Around 1854 Louis Pasteur invented the process of #pasteurization which is named after him. And the whole invention is big in all schools. But that's not nearly all that he invented. Louis Pasteur also…
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The only problem now that prevents people from using raw milk is the FDA (food and drug administration) who have no good excuse to ban raw milk, but they have banned it and made it seriously illegal. The have made it so illegal that if you produce and sell raw milk, they will burst your operation with over 30 S.W.A.T team officers. This number sounds more than they have for drug bursts. This is outrageously unbelievable. Read more: http://www.realcampaignfeeds.com/health/raw-milk-raids.html
There is a negative stereotype for raw milk because it has been purposefully attacked with misinformation for many decades. Whether it is the claiming that raw milk is dangerous to drink or claiming that raw milk has a lot of harmful bacteria and isn't safe for drinking. In my opinion,, the only time raw milk was disadvantageous was like 200 years ago when people didn't have refrigerators. Read more here: http://www.realcampaignfeeds.com/health/raw-milk-raids.html
Its looks like there is a serious ban on raw milk Pasteurization may have been important around 200 years ago when we did not have refrigerators. And that was helpful then but now that we have refrigerators everywhere, people should be allowed to have raw milk if they want. But unfortunately raw milk currently has a negative image. They have succeeded in getting us to hate yet one more healthy untampared food!