The York Daily Record - Consumers have right to choose rBST-fre...

I am writing in response to Donald L. Yorlets' recent guest column pertaining to milk safety with the use of artificial hormones, specifically rBST. Full Story
Jeff Spangler

Washington, DC

#1 Dec 23, 2007
The analogy to HRT is irrelevant. There is no chemical difference between wild BST and rBST. Milk from cows treated with any type of BST is chemically indistinguishable from that of untreated cows. Until there is credible scientific evidence of any difference in the milk, consumers _are_ not sufficiently well-informed to make a decision. Sellers of milk from rBST-free cows have no legal right to suggest by absence labeling that it is somehow different because it is not.
mavis

Lancaster, PA

#2 Dec 24, 2007
You don't know this Jeff. Most would prefer

natural nothing added food! Wouldn't you? You're

from inside the beltway Jeff and you sure sound

like it. I'll bet once you get off your high

horse, you're a nice guy. Am I right?

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