A recent article at The Daily shows a video of an Amish farmer trafficking contraband from his farm in Pennsylvania to a busy street in Manhattan. The article goes on the explain that,
“he wasn’t selling them anything they planned to smoke, snort or inject. Rather, he was giving them their once-a-month fix of raw milk — an unpasteurized product banned outright in 12 states and denounced by the FDA as a public health hazard, but beloved by a small but growing number of devotees who tout both its health benefits and its flavor.”
“Unpasteurized milk is increasingly popular among foodies and health nuts for both its taste and its supposed nutritional benefits. But government authorities take a hard line, warning that unpasteurized milk may contain salmonella, E. coli and bacteria that can lead to typhoid fever and tuberculosis.”
According to the FDA,
“Raw milk is inherently dangerous and it should not be consumed by anyone at any time for any purpose”
In 2008 a police raid was commenced on the Manna Storehouse, a Mennonite-run co-op in Lorain County, Ohio. According to reports, the family was held at gunpoint while agents searched the premises for unpasteurized dairy products. Yet, as all wars on supply reveal, the price adjusts and a black market thrives.