No.’ One does not gain or lose rights by becoming the member of a group. One does not lose one’s rights when one becomes a producer; one does not gain rights by becoming a consumer. The only right the consumer has is the freedom to refuse or accept what producers offer them. The consumer has no right to force the producer to sell something, no more then the producer has the right to force the consumer to buy something. Only when the two mutually agree does an exchange take place. Neither party has to make a deal if they do not like their terms, they are free to go elsewhere.
As the consumer sets the terms on how his money is spent (i.e., on how his property is sold), as does the producer set terms on how his property is bought/sold. The producer’s job is not to serve the consumer’s interests, no more then it is the consumer’s job to serve the producer’s interests, both must serve their own interests. It is only when their interests coincide that a trade — a voluntary exchange of a value for value — takes place.