'Raw Milk and Safety'

The fact that a dairy wants to challenge critics of raw milk products looks, to me, more like bringing truth out into the open rather than silencing it.

I agree that the comparison of the risks of raw milk to toxic waste is not an appropriate comparison. Why not compare the risks of chemical additives in processed milk products to the risks of raw milk products? Those who raise doubts about the safety of raw milk products avoid addressing the issue of chemical additives found in most other milk products. I'd like to see legislation that would require any additives to be listed on the packaging.

Why not also compare the natural vitamin content in raw milk to the natural vitamins found in processed milk? Also it is important to keep in mind that no one is forced to buy raw milk.

ELEANOR S. REICH

Malibu

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