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Right now actually dispute over something that most of -- drink each and every day the dairy industry is looking at -- aspartame.
Without having did put it on the label there.
But that doesn't sit well with the organic farmers or -- because -- groups Douglas Kennedy is here now.
With more on this idea -- hey Greg I know you and -- are telling your kids they have to -- There milk and most people argue it's good for kids to drink milk.
But should the dairy industry be able to hide what's in -- melt in order to get more kids to drink it.
One farmer we talked to in New York says now.
That goes out -- is a dairy farmer in New York's Hudson Valley.
He says he needs to know what's in his food before he eats it that's why aren't.
All natural farmer you want your food as natural as possible.
We weren't we want our I want my food person wins on the -- possible we pride ourselves and trying to make the food.
-- legible and that's exactly what's driving his outrage over new proposal from the dairy industry.
Non organic milk makers are now asking the Food and Drug Administration.
To discard labeling requirements.
When they had aspartame.
Currently it's -- Perry wants to add an artificial sweetener they have to warn consumers.
It's true or not only -- our officials are sweeteners as any ingredient -- all has to be prominently displayed on the packaging.
-- -- -- is a known carcinogens but leave the local long.
It's a sentiment being expressed by consumer groups across the country.
Who have been inundated the FDA with complaints about the proposal.
Including this petition.
Which already has over a 100000.
Signatures the dairy industry says it's just tried to encourage more children to drink milk.
Now isn't it wonderful nutritious beverage carry Fries from the international dairy foods association.
Kids can be.
Optical if -- -- labels such as diet milk produced -- right now no -- now the dairy industry says more kids will drink bill.
If there are no labels on what would you say -- that.
It seemed ludicrous to me -- -- it could clearly seems to be an attempt by someone it would -- somebody else.
He says people should know what's in their food Greg so they can decide whether they want to eat it or not pretty good advice I think --
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