The Indiana Board of Animal Health says the state should require all milk to be pasteurized or establish safety standards for the sale of raw milk.
A FAQs sheet from Purdue University shows most states allow the sale of raw milk, but Indiana is not one of them.
The sale of raw milk for human consumption is illegal in Indiana, but lawmakers could take up the issue the next legislative session.
Despite health concerns, public interest in legalizing the sale of unpasteurized milk remains high.
Indiana’s State Board of Animal Health has launched a website where the public can share their opinions on whether raw milk should be sold in Indiana.
Selling raw milk for human consumption is illegal in Indiana, but a committee is studying the law further this summer.
Selling raw milk is illegal in Indiana, but residents find ways around it despite the ban.