It’s a busy time of year for legislation in many states. Part of our mission is to help make laws more favorable for our members and fight against laws that would harm them. Here we explain some basics on how to be an effective food freedom activist.
Skilled litigator Alexia Kulwiec will help FTCLDF better serve existing and new members and defend food freedom.
Over the last few months, we have collected responses from our members and supporters about aspects of farming that they wish they would have known about before they began their journey.
An undeniable truth: someone will disappoint you at some point in your life. An undeniable falsehood: 9 CFR 416.2(a) prohibits insects and rodents within an official establishment.
I recently chatted with Harvest Market, a natural foods store in Delaware. I answered questions about FTCLDF, the work we conduct, and our plans for the future. I thought you all would enjoy our conversation.
I’d been selling grass-fed meat products for several years and had never had any issues with the USDA. Until one day, I received a phone call from a distraught lady about the photo of our meat that I had posted online. The image was a big pile of meat that had “not for sale” written on…
A noncompliance record is the basic building block for FSIS enforcement actions. Like my grandchildren’s LEGO objects, some noncompliance records have purpose; others are pure imagination.
Raw milk laws differ from state to state, due in part to the federal ban on the interstate transport of raw milk for human consumption. This raw milk map and chart reflect the statutes, regulations, and court cases in effect as of…
2018 is almost over! What’s a better way to celebrate the year than with a visual representation! A happy new year and best wishes to you and your family for 2019!
The 2018 Farm Bill has been passed by Congress and signed by the President. This massive piece of legislation covers a diverse mix of government programs, everything from environmental protection, farm subsidies, food safety, international trade, and food stamps.