Raw Milk Laws & Regulations
- Retail Sale of Raw Milk Allowed?
- Other Sale of Raw Milk Allowed
- N.H. Rev. Stat. § 184:30-a (requiring milk sold to be pasteurized, but then excepting a wide swath of possible sales); N.H. Code Admin. R. Mil 301.03 (setting out standards for raw milk sales)
- The following requirements do not apply to a producer that sells fewer than 20 quarts/day. Must be clearly labeled as raw and carry specific warning, unless sold at the farm, in which case a sign with warning is sufficient; bacteria count <20K/mL, coliform <10/mL.
Raw Milk Bills & Related Legislation
2014 Legislative Session
Bill: HB 1382
Defines "farm stand" to include producers of raw milk.
- In House: Referred for interim study
2012, ends 7-Jun-12 Legislative Session
Bill: HB 1402
Would allow the direct sale of raw milk products without requiring a milk producer-distributor license
- Passed the Environmental and Agriculture Committee (13-0); Passed Health and Human Services Committee
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