Indiana dairy stops selling milk in Michigan

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The dairy at the center of a multi-state, multi-agency investigation of a food-borne disease outbreak says it will not distribute its raw milk product across state lines anymore.

Forest Grove Dairy of Middlebury, Ind., announced this week that it will no longer supply milk to the Family Farm Cooperative based in Vandalia, Mich.

Several people who drank unpasteurized milk have been diagnosed with campylobacteriosis. However, the cooperative’s attorney says that there is no evidence that the illnesses are due to the co-ops raw milk products.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration, as well as several state agencies continue to investigate.

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Source: Food Safety News

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