In January 2024, Pennsylvania authorities raided the farm of Amish farmer Amos Miller, seizing approximately $100,000 worth of food items. The raid was prompted by allegations that Miller’s raw dairy products were responsible for E. coli outbreaks in Michigan and New York. Miller’s attorney condemned the raid as “patently illegal” and a violation of state regulations.

Despite serving thousands of customers with farm-fresh food, Miller’s farm has faced regulatory scrutiny for nearly a decade. The recent Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture raid left many of his patrons in the lurch, with wholesome foods like pickled beets and maple syrup “under detention.” According to local food activist Max Kane, officials detained approximately $100,000 of food items. Here’s a video of the detained food.

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