Originally Posted by therevverend
All imported agricultural products are irradiated. Including the stuff from Canada and Mexico.
Canada does not sell gamma irradiated milk domestically. And I wonder if we export irradiated milk, considering at least at the Cornwall border, it's a friggin lineup of just regular milk trucks carrying what we call "pasteurized milk". Do you have any evidence or credible reference for that?
There is a law here that says selling unpasteurized milk is illegal due to food safety concerns. That might be great, but no exception for certain traditional cheese makers who which to sell. But Canada has an exception for the European market for raw milk cheese. I don't think the USA does though?