When the truck carrying the goods pulls up to Suzy Provine’s flower shop in Millersville, as many as a hundred people may show up to get their fix.
They’ll snatch up their share of the contraband and take it back to their homes, where they are free to consume it in peace.
The illicit substance in question?
The members of Grassfed on the Hill – a private club for Marylanders who want to purchase unpasteurized milk – pay $6 per gallon for the milk, shipped directly from an Amish-run farm in Lancaster County, Pa. Some tout the health benefits of drinking natural milk. Others like the idea of knowing exactly where their milk is coming from.
Whatever their reasoning, they’re a devoted bunch of consumers. They just wish they could buy their milk at local farms. Continue reading