Dairy's raw milk permit suspended

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Pasture Maid Creamery, of New Castle, Pa., has had its permit to sell raw milk suspended.

The move came this week after testing revealed Campylobacter in the creamery’s raw milk, according to Food Safety News.

At least six people became ill with campylobacteriosis after consuming raw milk from Pasture Maid Creamery in February, according to the report, quoting the Pennsylvania Department of Health.  

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Source: Food Safety News

 



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