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Washington, USA
The Washington Department of Health (DOH) announced the recall of all raw milk products with a ‘Best By’ date of April 13, 2021, or earlier by Dungeness Valley Creamery due to that these products may be contaminated with Campylobacter bacteria, which can cause serious illness. To date, five lab-positive campylobacteriosis cases have been identified in individuals who consumed the recalled milk. The raw milk was purchased in Clallam, Skagit, Kitsap, and Clark Counties.

DOH urges consumers not to drink any Dungeness Valley Creamery raw milk product with a ‘Best By’ date of April 13, 2021, or earlier, and to discard any leftover product, or return it to the place of purchase. The recalled product is bottled in gallon, half-gallon, quart, and pint containers. It was sold to customers in western Washington in the on-farm store, outside retail stores, and drop-off locations.

The DOH is working with the Washington State Department of Agriculture (WSDA) and local health investigators during this ongoing investigation. Symptoms of Campylobacter infection include fever, diarrhea (often bloody), nausea, vomiting, malaise, and abdominal pain. Most people with Campylobacter infection recover on their own, but some need antibiotic treatment.

The DOH advises customers who purchased live or whole crab harvested by the Quinault Tribe to destroy or eviscerate all products. Consumers with questions should contact the place of purchase.

Check the full recall details on the Washington DOH website

Source: Washington DOH