The Hoosier Legislature is over, but it left behind an assignment for the Indiana State Board of Animal Health — study whether farmers should sell unpasteurized milk to consumers and publish a report by Dec.
As early as next week, the New Hampshire House of Representatives will likely be deciding whether the “Live Free or Die” state should allow unlicensed “homestead” food and on-farm sales of raw milk.
This past week, I read Utah’s S.B. 34 titled “Production and Sale of Food in Utah Revisions,” along with its New Hampshire counterpart, H.B. 1650-FN, called “Commerce in Food in New Hampshire.” As any lawyer
Last year’s “food sovereignty” movement has returned in 2012 with a decidedly mean edge.
New Hampshire is the second state where some lawmakers want to use their criminal code against state employees, producers and even
Health officials in both Michigan and New Hampshire are warning restaurants to be wary of callers claiming to be state food inspectors.
New Hampshire first issued a warning in June about fraudulent food inspectors and