Michigan wraps up raw milk probe

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Michigan public health officials have wrapped up their investigation into 13 state residents who fell ill after consuming raw, unpasteurized milk.

The affected individuals all consumed dairy products that are believed to have been contaminated with the campylobacter bacterium. Officials have concluded that this was the source of the illnesses.

The privately sold products originated on an Indiana dairy farm.

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Source: UPI



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