Utah Food Freedom Introduction

Please support this proposed Bill, if you agree with it. It will go to State level on 25th Jan 2016.


It has come to my attention…

I’ve just been informed that there is a new proposed bill called Food Freedom, that will hopefully come into effect.  It sounds like this bill would allow us produce, sell and consume our ranch and farm products more freely.

I’m all for this bill and hope it will pass.

Learn about this proposed Utah Food Freedom Bill

If you go to these two places, you can read about it and respond.

  1. http://libertasutah.org/?x=0&y=0&s=food+freedom
  2. https://www.facebook.com/Utah-Food-Freedom-1731601743737705/

You can get involved, share your ideas with your state representative

You can share your opinion by going by going to http://utahfoodfreedom.org/

Here is another facebook that you might want to visit and comment on is:
Farms Food and Freedom for Utah: https://www.facebook.com/groups/418828588319475/

My feelings

  • I think food should be sanitary, but there are many regulations meant for the large corporations that really don’t apply or even make sense for the consumer or small producer
  • I’m ok with guidelines for safe handling of food, but also want Utahans to be free to consume and produce their products
  • I’m a firm believer that the raw unprocessed foods are much more healthy for our bodies. Its the way Our Heavenly Father intended for us to use our foods.
  • I’m all for this new bill to be passed

Wyoming recently passed a similar Bill

Enjoy watching these videos.

Love to hear your comments

I’d love to read your comments and share ideas.  And if you are a supporter of this bill, please get involved.



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