Dungeness Valley Creamery Pulls Milk From Stores After E. Coli Found in Sample

For a week now, raw milk from Dungeness Valley Creamery has been off store shelves following monthly routine state test sampling that found E. coli STEC in one sample of milk product.

Staff with the Washington State Department of Agriculture report the E. coli was found in retail raw whole milk dated with an April 6 expiration.

Ryan McCarthey, Creamery co-owner, said he and staff voluntarily recalled whole milk, skim milk and cream dated with an expiration between April 6-20. He said they learned of the E. coli sample on April 8 and began pulling product the next morning.

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