Consumers urged to dispose of bottled raw milk due to bacterial contamination
The raw milk is distributed in one-gallon (128 oz) plastic jugs under the labels “Valley Milk Simply Bottled Raw Milk” and “DESI MILK Raw Milk”. Consumers are strongly urged to dispose of any product remaining in their refrigerators that was purchased or received on 6/19/2020 through 6/30/2020, or any product with a code date marked on the container of July 9, 2020 or earlier.
Symptoms of campylobacteriosis include diarrhea, abdominal cramps, and fever. Most people with camplylobacteriosis recover completely. Illness usually occurs 2 to 5 days after exposure to campylobacter and lasts about a week. The illness is usually mild and some people with campylobacteriosis have no symptoms at all. However, in some persons with compromised immune systems, it can cause a serious, life-threatening infection. A small percentage of people may have joint pain and swelling after infection. In addition, a rare disease called Guillian-Barre syndrome that causes weakness and paralysis can occur several weeks after the initial illness.