Several state and county agencies say samples of unpasteurized milk show it contained Salmonella when six people fell ill in Utah, Salt Lake and Wasatch counties.
The Utah Department of Agriculture and Food, Utah Department of Health and Utah County Health Department announced their findings Friday.
The sale of unpasteurized, or raw, milk was suspended at stores supplied by the dairy on April 23. Testing done on new milk has shown the product meets standards set by Utah law. The dairy was allowed to resume sales on Wednesday.
Department of Agriculture director of regulatory services Richard Clark says the agency is working with the dairy to identify the source of the salmonella.
Copyright 2010 The Associated Press.
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