A Washington Explain dairy is recalling unpasteurized, raw milk from retailers and patrons after grunt tests confirmed a sample was as soon as infamous with Shiga toxin-producing E. Coli.
Williams Valley Family Farm LLC announced the prefer this day, warning patrons to halt using the implicated milk.
“The prefer was as soon as initiated after routine sampling accomplished by the Washington Explain Division of Agriculture (WSDA) revealed the presence of toxin-producing E. coli in retail raw total milk. . . . Williams Valley Family Farm LLC and WSDA continue to work jointly to address the provision of the enlighten,” company officials of the Clayton, WA, dairy mentioned within the prefer perceive.
There is enlighten that patrons might perchance well also merely have indispensable portions of the milk of their properties on legend of its most appealing-by dates differ from Feb. 8 by Feb. 17.
The recalled raw total milk was as soon as bottled in gallon and half of-gallon containers and was as soon as supplied to customers in Eastern and Western Washington, including retail stores.
Consumers who’ve purchased Williams Valley Family Farm LLC retail raw total milk with “Finest By” dates of “2/08 by 2/17” are entreated no longer to drink the product and return it to the self-discipline of make a selection for a pudgy refund, dairy operators mentioned. Consumers with questions might perchance well also merely contact the company at 509-276-0540.
Retail raw milk is merely to promote and utilize in Washington Explain, however the seemingly smartly being risks are serious, constant with the assertion from the dairy. Consumers must accumulated read the warning mark on the retail raw milk containers in moderation and quiz their retailer to study the milk was as soon as produced and processed by a WSDA-licensed operation.
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