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Farmers, got (raw) milk?

Bridgewater dairy wants to offer this choice, but health officials say maybe

Dave Hanson of Bridgewater said, 'I'm doing this to make the farm a place where people can get what they need locally.'' Dave Hanson of Bridgewater said, "I'm doing this to make the farm a place where people can get what they need locally.'' (Bill Greene/Globe Staff)
By Christine Legere
Globe Correspondent / October 1, 2009

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Consumers have become increasingly selective about their food, preferring antibiotic-free meats and fresh vegetables grown close to home without a heavy dose of pesticides, even when it costs them a little more. (Full article: 1225 words)

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