Milk products at center of voluntary recall

recalled milk products

MIO – A variety of dairy products are being voluntarily recalled by the the Farmers’ Creamery of Mio. The milk products were produced by the company between March 11-13.

The Michigan Department of Agriculture issued a statement indicating that the company is recalling the products is as a result of a incoming raw milk that was not properly tested for drug residue, as outlined in The Pasteurized Milk Ordinance, prior to production.

To date, no illnesses or hospitalizations have been reported in association with the recalled products.

Voluntarily recalled products include Fluid Whole Milk, Fluid 2% Milk, Fluid Skim Milk, Fluid Chocolate Milk, Fluid Moo-Cacino Milk, Fluid Salted Caramel Milk, Fluid Heavy Cream and Fluid Half & Half.

For further confirmation, the products can be identified by “The Farmers’ Creamery 26-034” on the label. Lot codes for potentially affected fluid products are identified by “Sell By 3 28” and “Sell By 3 30”. 

The Farmers’ Creamery has notified its distributors in order to arrange for pick-up of all recalled products. Customers in possession of recalled products are advised to return them to the place of purchase for a full refund.

For information contact The Farmers’ Creamery at 989-826-8666.

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