A legislative study committee has taken up the issue and is mulling potential legislation that would allow raw milk to be sold for people in Georgia while creating state regulations and setting minimum standards for a product that can be vulnerable to harmful bacteria, such as e. coli, if not handled properly.
Currently, raw milk can only be sold for pet consumption in Georgia, and only goat farmers are currently licensed to sell it, not farms that produce cows’ milk for people to drink.
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