Category:Food Rights Network

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This article is part of the Food Rights Network, a project of the Center for Media and Democracy. Find out more here.

The Food Rights Network (FRN) is a non-profit, non-partisan research and advocacy project of the Center for Media and Democracy (CMD).

FRN opposes the “biosolids” scam, the dumping of toxic sewage sludge on farms and gardens as “organic compost” and “natural fertilizer.” No food should be grown in contaminated sewage waste. People have the right to know if their food is grown is sewage sludge, and if the compost and fertilizer they purchase contains sludge.

We support the milk drinker’s right to purchase raw milk both on and off the farm. Raw milk is milk that comes directly from cows, goats and sheep. It is not modified by processes such as pasteurization and homogenization. Farmers’ practices, such as how those animals are fed, milked, and treated, along with how the raw milk is stored and transported, are critical to the quality of that milk. FRN supports the policies and practices in dairy farming that make it possible to have appropriately sized herds and pasture for grazing that will help ensure good quality milk. FRN supports practices in storage and transportation of raw milk that have made this a safe and healthy product for generations. FRN supports the farmer’s right to sell raw milk to individuals and commercial enterprises both on and off the farm.

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