In Brazil, many a long time ago but still applies. We had fresh milk everyday and it was put into an electric pasteruizer... every day. I would not drink "raw" milk or untreated milk products in the D.R. without it being treated OR know/inspect the dairy and the owners.
Sorry that I can not answer your question of where. Ringo
Rica produces fresh milk, which is available from most supermarkets in the refrigerated dairy section. However, I stopped buying it years ago because it was often already off upon opening, even well before the sell-by date.
Yes, on Gustavo Mejia Ricart is a place you can buy fresh milk.
If you take Nunez and drive east on Gustavo it's about 300-400m down on your left.
I can't remember the name, but they have a cow on a sign and the front of the small
shop is green. They sell fresh milk, cheeses, yogurt etc. It's a small family run business and it's good and cheap
Raw milk is great but, unless you live on a farm or have a direct access to milk from a farm you've personally inspected, I would not consider it.
I own a dairy farm on the North Coast and luckily consume my own raw milk (butter, cream, yogurt, ...etc). I also sell the surplus to the local collectors and have seen the conditions the milk is handled. I can assure you that i would never drink a drop of my own milk once it leaves my farm.