Sedgwick, Maine First to Enact Free Food Trade Immune to Federal Law, Say NO to Forced GMO Regulations

Maine towns outlaw federal government intervention in the food supply. The most successful model I’ve seen for local agriculture is the “Breaking Bad” model — food trade is done outside of all government surveillance or intervention, as if it were methamphetamine.

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byChristina Sarich
February 2nd, 2014
Updated 02/02/2014 at 1:53 am

 

food trade 263x164 Sedgwick, Maine First to Enact Free Food Trade Immune to Federal Law, Say NO to Forced GMO Regulations

Sedgwick, Maine, the first town in the US to legalize any kind of food transaction as free and legal in order to keep the right to produce raw milk, organic produce, free-range eggs, and more, is revolutionizing the way America keeps its food rights – including saying no to GMOs. In other words, it is the first town to declare food sovereignty while opposing both state and federal laws.

The town has passed an ordinance that protects citizens’ rights to “produce, sell, purchase, and consume any food of their choosing.” The ordinance laughs in the face of FDA regulations and their hodge-podge way of giving food a rubber stamp of approval, especially GMO. Three additional towns in Maine are expected to pass similar ordinances as well.

The move is somewhat similar to a move one England…

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8 Responses to Sedgwick, Maine First to Enact Free Food Trade Immune to Federal Law, Say NO to Forced GMO Regulations

  1. Anon says:

    1) As we know, the supremacy clause means federal law trumps state and local law, and of course, federal jurisdiction is ultimately decided by (drum roll please) federal judges.
    2) This is a thumb in the eye of the same fedgov that sends SWAT teams to shut down raw milk producers, right? I am incredulous.
    3) Despite points 1 and 2, I’m glad people are standing up for the right to be free from big ag and their federal enablers.

    • Craig says:

      Heyho umm see if you can get raw cow bath milk, it’s for bathing in really, not drinking so that is ok, you can buy that. We can buy raw goat milk though, weird eh.

      See loop hole. If you can find them.

  2. jewamongyou says:

    That’s an encouraging development. Revolution must start from the local level, as higher-up politicians are all bought and paid for.

  3. Paladin Justice says:

    Enough small acts of resistance like this and we may suddenly find ourselves with a revolution.

  4. torgrim says:

    You just have to know that the Control Freaks have their panties in a knot over this…..hehhehe.

  5. desertrose says:

    Truthfully with the pattern of Authoritarian rule and Corpocratic vision that our government now holds , it will only be a matter of time before whole clean food will be treated like methamphetamine. Unless more people wise up and follow in the footsteps of the People of Sedgwick, Maine.

    Thank you for the re-blog 🙂

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