Minneapolis — Consumers of raw dairy products are worried about a crackdown, after four people got sick from drinking unpasteurized milk tainted with E. coli.
Minnesota law allows farmers to sell their raw milk occasionally and directly at the farms where it's produced. But many people buy raw dairy products at underground drop sites.
One Minneapolis couple are regular customers — Susan Allyn and Gary Beaver.
At first glance, the dairy products on the kitchen counter in their home look like they came from the refrigerated aisle of the local grocery. But these products are different.
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