Consumers who have unpasteurized, raw milk from Pool Forge Dairy should immediately throw it out and monitor themselves and their children for symptoms of Listeria infection for the next 70 days.
Pennsylvania’s Department of Agriculture posted the warning Monday because routine tests by the department showed the milk to be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.
“Consumers who purchased raw, whole milk from Pool Forge Dairy between April 25 and May 7 should immediately discard it. The milk was sold in a plastic quart, half-gallon, and gallon containers with the Pool Forge label,” according to the notice from the agriculture department. Read more...
The Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) announced that a meat processor in Sealy, TX, is recalling 2,300 whole frozen chickens because of a risk of Salmonella contamination.
Texas All Grass-Fed, the processor, failed to properly document steps taken to prevent or eliminate bacterial contamination from the chickens, or document that the birds were properly cooled after processing, according to a news release. Read more...