Dungeness Valley Creamery Recalled Raw Milk and Cream due to Potential E. coli
Dungeness Valley Creamery of Sequim, Washington recalled their raw whole milk, raw skim milk, and raw cream, due to potential contaminated with E. coli bacteria. The same products (from the same facility) were recalled in April 2019 for E. coli. No illnesses have been reported. Washington State Department of Agriculture found the toxin-producing E. coli bacteria in retail raw whole milk during routine sampling. The raw whole milk, raw skim milk, and raw cream were labeled with best by dates of 6/05 to 6/14. The dairy products were sold to customers, including retail stores, in western Washington State. It’s legal to sell and buy raw milk in Washington state, but “the potential health risks are serious,” @ https://foodpoisoningbulletin.com/2019/dungeness-valley-creamery-recalls-raw-milk-e-coli/" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">https://foodpoisoningbulletin.com/2019/dungeness-valley-creamery-recalls-raw-milk-e-coli/
Dungeness Valley Creamery Recalls Raw Milk For Possible E. coli
Dungeness Valley Creamery of Sequim, Washington, is recalling raw whole milk, skim milk, and cream for possible E. coli contamination.