Accursed Milk or Blighted Elixir

While it has contributed to well-being, bone growth, and good cerebral development in assorted myriads and myriads of happy babies over millennia, milk has now been scorned by a good number of consumers for several years. The causes are multiple and sometimes entirely unjustified, but it is certain that the agri-food industry, in its absolutist quest for productivity above all, has bet everything on quantity to the sure and certain detriment of quality.

Gustave Wuidart, a “traditional” Belgian milk producer for 51 years said to himself that it would be best to leave humanity a modest account of his life by way of a book that pulls no punches.  We hope his opus will add grist to the mill of good practice and that “these revelations will leave no one indifferent and may influence technical and political decision-makers to define food health regulations with more coherence.”

https://www.rtbf.be/info/regions/liege/detail_le-lait-cet-elixir-assassine-le-pave-dans-la-mare-de-gustave-wuidart?id=10637980

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